Two Dentigerous Cysts in 12 Years Old Children: Report of an Unusual Case
Geeta Mishra Tripathi, Shaji Thomas, NS Gautam, Ajay Pillai.
Journal Title:Advances in Human Biology
Background: Dentigerous cysts are common cysts of the jaws. They are associated with the crowns of permanent teeth, most frequently associated with impacted mandibular third molars. The other teeth that are commonly affected are, in order of frequency, the maxillary canines, the maxillary third molars and, rarely, the central incisor. Radiographically, the cyst appears as ovoid well-demarcated unilocular radiolucency with a sclerotic border. The present case reports describes the surgical enucleation of a 2 dentigerous cysts involving the lower permanent canine and upper premolar of maxilla in 12 years old nonsyndromic children.