Osteoma symptoms are rare. If you have a benign head tumor or skull tumor, your symptoms may include:
Keep in mind that having a headache, sinus infection, or another common health issue does not necessarily mean you have osteoid osteoma – but if you’re concerned about a possible tumor or are experiencing painful symptoms, make an appointment with your doctor right away.
There are three different ways your doctor can make an osteoma diagnosis.
Once your doctor diagnoses a benign osteoma, they’ll discuss the best osteoma treatment options for your unique situation.
If you have an osteoma but it’s not causing any symptoms, your doctor may recommend leaving it alone. But if you’re in pain or it’s noticeable on your face, your osteoma treatment options include:
Our team of head and neck specialists will create an effective, customized treatment plan that is minimally disruptive and offers the fastest recovery time possible. Treatment for benign osteoma is available at Aurora clinics and hospitals in Milwaukee, Sheboygan, Green Bay, and throughout Eastern Wisconsin.