Jaw Bone Cavitation

3 Important Recognizable Symptoms

Cavitation is also known as cavitational osteonecrosis or ischemic osteonecrosis.

Mandible cavitation is an injury that can compromise both the mandible and maxilla. It has no apparent cause and can occur spontaneously or after a dental extraction.

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What can cause jaw bone cavitation?

Mandible cavitation is an injury that can compromise both the mandible and maxilla.

As a disease that occurs without symptoms, it is important to recognize changes in the tissues of the mouth, especially after a dental treatment.

Is there treatment for mandibular cavitation?

The diagnosis of the disease should be made after a clinical evaluation.

It is important to inform the dentist about the consumption of medications or chemo or radiotherapy treatments before performing any treatment

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