Monday, July 4, 2011

About pyogenic granuloma

A pyogenic granuloma is typically a kind of oral disease which is caused by the irritation, hormonal factors and physical trauma.These types usually appears as the Overgrowth of tissues in the mouth or the nearby area, but occasionally has been found in areas such as the thigh.These types are also called by the names like "eruptive hemangioma" and "tumor of pregnancy." These types are most likely to attack women when compare to men.And children are actually at higher risk for it than any other age group.It occurs frequently in pregnant women,especially in the first trimester. It is usually seen in the septum and causes nosebleeds.This condition looks like a reddish-purple lesion on the skin that can be slightly raised, like a bump, or smooth.

9 comments:

  1. It looks like a serious case but people barely noticed. I think I'll visit my cosmetic dentist Sydney to check if I have pyogenic granuloma. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. Oral health has been associated with other health concerns. I didn't know that it could manifest physically, as the case is with pyogenic granuloma. Thankfully I have skilled Lubbock dentists to fall back on if I ever get a dental concern.

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  3. I haven't heard of pygenic granuloma but it sounds like it's a serious oral disease. I would ask my dentist more about this as soon as I can and see if I have developed it.

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  4. I learned about pyogenic granuloma during a visit to our local dentists in Myrtle Beach SC. I was so glad I knew about it. Otherwise, I would have panicked when I saw the symptoms.

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  5. As a liberty mo dentist, I have encountered pyogenic granuloma a couple of times. I recommended oral anti-septic for this case.

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  6. I had pyogenic granuloma when I was pregnant with my first child. I went to my dentist Huntersville and he treated it. I'm glad it didn't happen with my second pregnancy.

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  7. I'll have to consult with my Collierville dentists about this. Pyogenic granuloma sounds serious, and might get in the way of my pregnancy.

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  8. Early stages of many oral diseases, like caries and gum disease, have no obvious symptoms. The dentist can, however, detect such conditions during routine examinations and provide treatment. Routine examinations also help in diagnosing and treating more serious oral conditions, such as oral cancers.


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  9. This can be a serious problem if not prevented or taken care of early. You must always do preventive measures and have regular check-ups to avoid problems like this. Dentist Sydney City

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