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Pyogenic granuloma PG and peripheral giant-cell granuloma PGCG are two of the most common inflammatory lesions associated with implants; however, there is no established pathway for treatment of these conditions. This paper aims to illustrate the successful treatment of PG and PGCG and also report a systematic review of the literature regarding the various treatments proposed. From the electronic search 16 case reports were found showing excision and curettage as the main successful treatment. As no clinical trials or observational studies were identified the authors agreed to present results from a review perspective.

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It is usually a highly vascularized mass, which has exophytic characteristics, and it may be sessile or pedunculated. Its surface has usually a smooth or lobular aspect, with its coloration ranging from red to pink. The pain sensitivity will depend on the degree of injury involving the traumatic lesion, but it is frequently painless.

Adjacent areas to dental implants are rare for the appearance of this type of granuloma. Objective: The aim of this case report was to present a clinic case of gravidarum granuloma in the region of lower lingual gingiva, adjacent to an osseointegrated implant in a year-old woman, with 3 months of gestation, who had the lesion since the beginning of her pregnancy.

Conclusion: Gravidarum granuloma was diagnosed in association to a dental implant, and it highlights the necessity for improvements of oral hygiene in the peri-implant regions.

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Pyogenic Granuloma/Peripheral Giant-Cell Granuloma Associated with Implants

Granuloma gravidarum - case report. Online [online]. ISSN Pyogenic granuloma is an entity often associated with expansion of soft tissues. In pregnant women is commonly called granuloma gravidarum or pregnancy tumor. This lesion, non-neoplastic nature, is considered a represent of an exuberant tissue response to local irritation or trauma.

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Patogênese e aspectos clínicos do granuloma gravídico: Relato de caso e revisão de literatura

It is usually a highly vascularized mass, which has exophytic characteristics, and it may be sessile or pedunculated. Its surface has usually a smooth or lobular aspect, with its coloration ranging from red to pink. The pain sensitivity will depend on the degree of injury involving the traumatic lesion, but it is frequently painless. Adjacent areas to dental implants are rare for the appearance of this type of granuloma. Objective: The aim of this case report was to present a clinic case of gravidarum granuloma in the region of lower lingual gingiva, adjacent to an osseointegrated implant in a year-old woman, with 3 months of gestation, who had the lesion since the beginning of her pregnancy. Conclusion: Gravidarum granuloma was diagnosed in association to a dental implant, and it highlights the necessity for improvements of oral hygiene in the peri-implant regions. Surgical treatment with excisional biopsy plus hygiene control were enough to settle the case.

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