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No Limits Cryotherapy



Keratocystic Odontogenic Tumor is found to be a rare and amiable but a locally hostile developmental cyst. It most often affects the posterior mandible and most commonly presents in the third decade of life. They arise from the remnants of the dental lamina which persist in subepithelial tissues including bone after the completion of odontogenesis.

Keratocystic Odontogenic Tumors are a unique pathological entity highly characterized by aggressive or destructive behavior and propensity to recurrence.

Most often the cyst develops in the lower jaw near the third molars. These cysts may also be found in people with an inherited condition called nevoid basal cell carcinoma syndrome.

Keratocystic Odontogenic Tumor is a rare, slow-growing, benign tumor that occurs most often in the lower jaw.

This tumor can be seen at its peak during the second and third decades of your life. The most common and prominent symptom you come across for this tumor is swelling and inflammation. This inflammation or swelling need not be caused by neoplasm (proliferation of cells) but by accumulation of interstitial fluid (fluid in tissues). Rarely these symptoms arise due to the infection or expansion of your bones.

KCOT originates from the odontogenic epithelium in the alveolus left from tooth development stages. Depending on the size, location, and behavior, the clinician has to decide on an incisional versus excisional biopsy in patients with multiple KCOT.

However, you can relieve yourself of the sufferings from this radical tumor treatment by adopting more simpler means that can help reduce the recovery time- like cryotherapy.

Cryotherapy, literally meaning ‘cold therapy’, is a technique where your body is exposed to extremely cold temperatures for recovery. It speedens the recovery process so that you feel restful to get back to your fast-moving life.

Since cryotherapy uses extremely low temperatures, it can just as effectively treat symptoms such as tissue damage, decrease inflammation and increase cell rejuvenation. Inflammation and nerve irritation can be considered to be the root symptoms of keratocystic odontogenic tumors.

Cryotherapy helps numb pain to a great extent. The cold actually numbs your nerve irritation and ensures a speedy recovery. Doctors will treat the affected area with a small probe inserted into the nearby tissue. This can help treat your pinched nerves or neuromas, chronic pain, or even acute injuries.

The ultra-low temperatures in whole body cryotherapy causes physiological hormonal responses in your body. This includes the release of adrenaline, noradrenaline, and endorphins. This can have a positive effect on you experiencing mood disorders due to the tumor.

Cryotherapy helps reduce inflammation in any of your body parts. The treatment of biopsies for the cure of keratocystic odontogenic tumors can often leave with some physical strain, irritating nerve endings and swelling.

Hence, to ensure that you recover from the strained treatment with an accelerated pace, take up Cryotherapy and reap the benefits, to move back to your groove with newer, stronger you.

Reawaken the restful you without having to go through a long recovery with Cryotherapy. The best advantage of Cryotherapy is that you get to avoid the extra painkillers or recovery pills.


If not, you should, especially if you’re an athlete aspiring to train well, work hard, recover fast and perform exceptionally.

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