An epulis, is the most common benign oral tumor in dogs.
Once epulis lesions have formed they are usually removed surgically, with the normal homeopathic precautions being taken as with oral surgery to control bleeding, bruising and pain of traumatized soft tissue. A wide margin (large portion of healthy tissue around the tumor, possibly including some bone) is usually taken to assure all of the epulis is removed. If a portion remains, it will often re-grow. The teeth next to the epulis are sometimes removed.
Thuja 6c twice daily, can be given after surgery, perhaps for several months, in order to dissuade recurrence of the epulis from growing back.
If surgery is unacceptable, the following remedies should provide a suitable alternative: