The mouth suddenly swelled up. The day before yesterday, I went to the hospital to hang penicillin for two days, but I didn't get an injection every other day. I went to the hospital to take a film and said that the doctor said that a cyst was formed due to root necrosis and infection. Let me go to the big hospital for surgery immediately. The big hospital doesn't have time to do it now. It says it will wait two weeks. I just want to ask how long this cyst can last at most. No, I'll go back to my hometown. It's cheap.
For your current situation, choosing effective antibiotics to fight infection is the first choice of internal treatment. When the inflammation is controlled to a certain extent, effective elective surgery will be more effective to avoid more serious consequences and complications.
Gingival cysts are not very common in stomatology. The common ones are gingival fistula or jaw cyst, which are two common diseases. Cysts generally grow in the jaw or on the lips, especially in the glands of the lower lip. Sometimes mucinous gland cysts are easy to grow, but simple gingival long cysts are not very common in clinic.
For your current situation, it is recommended to carry out surgical resection as soon as possible. In addition, some things can be implanted in it after operation to make it fill quickly, so as not to cause corresponding cumulative damage to the surrounding alveolar bone. In the case of using antibiotics at the same time, it is more appropriate to choose surgery as soon as possible.