Surgical Removal of Growth on Gums

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This gives a brief overview of the surgical excision of a cemento-ossifying fibroma from a 43 year old female patient. A cemento-ossifying fibroma is a tumor like growth of the oral cavity, caused by local irritation or trauma. Several teeth had to be removed, as well. The patient healed up nicely, but the lesion could reappear if the local irritation continues.

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