This condition as shown in the image arises from
B. Root of teeth.
Answer is ‘C’ i.e. Gingiva
The image shown is of an Epulis.
- It is a localized gingival growth, typically starting in the interdental papillae.
- The lesions which contain relatively little vascularity are focal fibrous hyperplasia and peripheral ossifying fibroma which are pink, smooth surfaced elevations that are usually asymptomatic.
- Those lesions which contain numerous vascular spaces are pyogenic granuloma and peripheral giant cell granuloma which are usually red smooth surfaced elevations and the degree of trauma to which they are subjected is often sufficient to cause focal ulceration and pain.
- A complete surgical excision along with its base and elimination of irritating factors seems.
- satisfactory to prevent further recurrence.