Expertise and rankings

Mayo Clinic's experts provide comprehensive care for adults and children with odontogenic cysts and tumors.

  • Experience and teamwork. Mouth, jaw and face (oral and maxillofacial) surgeons have significant experience in diagnosing and treating odontogenic cysts and tumors, including reconstruction. For some cases, other specialties, such as maxillofacial prosthodontics, may also be part of the treatment team.
  • Latest techniques and technologies. Mayo Clinic experts treat people who have odontogenic cysts and tumors with the help of sophisticated imaging and advanced surgical techniques such as computer-assisted surgical navigation.
  • Expert, personalized care. With extensive expertise in treating odontogenic cysts and tumors, including the most complicated cases, Mayo Clinic specialists provide a customized treatment plan.

Learn more about the Division of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery as well as the prosthodontics specialty group at Mayo Clinic.

Dec. 12, 2015
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