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Oral & Maxillofacial Pathology – Carmichael, CA

Fast-Acting Solutions to Keep You Healthy

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When you think of oral health issues, you may think of standard ones like cavities, gum disease, and tooth loss. Although those are certainly common, your mouth can develop more serious problems like tumors and cysts on the bones and skin. If you ever notice a growth in your mouth, Dr. Sheng Ji, DDS and the rest of the team are prepared to help with oral and maxillofacial pathology in Carmichael. To learn more about our treatments, continue reading or give us a call today !

Bone Cyst & Tumor Treatment

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Wisdom teeth often need to be removed because they cause cysts to develop on the bone around them, which can easily be identified on dental X-rays. Aside from removing these third sets of molars, we can simultaneously take out any cysts. Should any tumors form on the jawbone, we can remove those as well to prevent complications down the line.

Skin Cyst & Tumor Treatment

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Do you have cysts or tumors in your mouth, jaw, or neck region? They can be quite painful and unsightly. Luckily, you don’t have to live with them for the rest of your life. You should make an appointment with our team if you notice a growth on or near your lips, cheeks, gums, or throat. We can remove it with a short surgical procedure that only takes one appointment to complete! During your appointment, we’ll diagnose what the growth is to determine if any other treatment is needed.

Salivary Gland Cyst & Tumor Treatment

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A healthy smile needs to have fully functioning salivary glands. Unfortunately, there are certain conditions that can cause you to develop cysts and tumors, leading to discomfort and decreased saliva production. If that happens, you may suffer from dry mouth and an increased risk of cavities and gum disease. To address the issue, we’ll remove any growths on your salivary glands to get them back to normal.

Treating Oral & Maxillofacial Infections

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Oral infections are incredibly dangerous because the bacteria can easily enter the bloodstream and travel to other parts of the body, causing severe damage. Luckily, our practice has the technology and expertise to identify these infections early on. That way, we can surgically remove dead tissue to keep the problem from spreading. We’ll do everything we can to restore your oral health while safeguarding your overall health!