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I’ve undergone many surgeries in my lifetime, and I can honestly say Mr Cascarini is probably the best I’ve been treated by. He’s kind caring and takes time to know his patients.
Mr Cascarini inspires great confidence; he is an expert in his field, knowledgeable and thorough, and treats his patients with kindness and empathy.
Mr Cascarini has been fantastic throughout my surgery and treatment. He has played a major part in saving my life. A really lovely man and I’m so glad I chose him.
Amazing surgeon, wonderful Doctor. Any patient will be in excellent experienced hands!
If you are reading this because you will be, or are, seeing Luke Cascarini let me tell you that you have the BEST physician taking care of you!
Mr Cascarini has been nothing short of spectacular and I couldn’t recommend more that you visit Mr Cascarini to hear what he has to say.
Luke manages the full range of jaw tumours and cysts and is dedicated to conservative treatments where appropriate.
Cysts are lumps that are not cancerous. They usually consist of a membrane filled with fluid. Although cysts are benign, they can cause problems as they enlarge because they press on nearby tissues and structures.
Jaw cysts develop within the bones of the jaw and arise because of:
- A long-standing or recurring infection around the root of a tooth
- A wisdom tooth that is impacted
- Overgrowth of some of the cells from which teeth develop that remain in the jaw throughout adult life
What symptoms does a jaw cyst cause?
Many jaw cysts cause no symptoms at all and you will be completely unaware that you have one. It may be discovered by chance if you have a dental X-ray.
Problems can arise when:
- A cyst grows and pushes against the roots of nearby teeth, making them loose.
- A cyst becomes infected. The whole cyst then becomes a type of abscess that is extremely painful.
A cyst becomes very large and affects the jaw bone itself, increasing the risk of a jaw fracture.
Diagnosis of a jaw cyst
Although a jaw cyst may be detected by an X-ray, you will probably also need a CT scan before having any treatment to find exactly how big it is and where it is within the jaw.
Surgery to remove jaw cysts
If a jaw cyst is causing problems, the best treatment is often to remove it surgically. An incision is made from inside the mouth and some of the jaw bone may need to be removed. The cyst is then removed and sent for analysis.
Two options are available:
- Surgery under local anaesthetic, possibly with sedation
- Day case surgery under general anaesthetic
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I didn’t really have any choice but to have the operation as I couldn’t continue as it was. It sounded pretty dramatic when it was explained to me what was to be done and was rather more than I expected (I thought the tumour would just be removed) but in…
No words can explain how much I want to thank Mr Cascarini. He made the whole thing less scary and I never felt what I was going on was as enormous as it in fact was. When you walk into his clinic you are 100% his focus. Anyone who gets…
As a private GP I guided my patients to the top specialists. If I made a poor judgement I lost the patient. I myself recently developed a cyst on my upper jaw. This required very delicate and skilled surgical excision. I became a patient of Mr Luke Cascarini. He has…