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  • Sequential Removal of a Large Odontoma in the Angle of the Mandible. [Case Reports]
    Ann Maxillofac Surg 2019 Jul-Dec; 9(2):429-433Saravanan R, Sathyasree V, … Muthu K
  • Odontomas are the commonly occurring benign tumors of the jaw, which are odontogenic in origin. Lesion originates as the dental components are laid down in a disorganized manner, due to failure of normal morphodifferentiation. They are considered as hamartomatous developmental malformations rather than a true neoplasm. Mostly, these asymptomatic lesions are discovered as an incidental finding. La…
  • Unusual giant complex odontoma: A case report. [Journal Article]
    J Stomatol Oral Maxillofac Surg 2020Bueno NP, Bergamini ML, … Ferraz EP
  • Odontomas are benign, non-aggressive, and the most common odontogenic tumor of the jaws. Composed of dental tissues, it can be classified as compound or complex odontomas depending on their radiological and histological features. Among them, complex odontomas are less common and usually is presented as a small and asymptomatic radiopaque mass surrounded by a radiolucent halo, found on routine rad…
  • Low-Level Laser Therapy in the Treatment of Inferior Alveolar Nerve Paresthesia After Surgical Exeresis of a Complex Odontoma. [Case Reports]
    J Lasers Med Sci 2019; 10(4):342-345Girão Evangelista Í, Pontes Tabosa FB, … de Araújo Neto EV
  • CONCLUSIONS: It seems that the early initiation of the low-level laser therapy favors a better outcome in cases like the one presented in this paper. The technique of alternation of laser wavelengths between sessions seems to have some role in the outcome possibly because of the constant stimulation of different chromophores along the treatment course. These two factors need further confirmation and validation through randomized clinical trials.
  • New WHO odontogenic tumor classification: impact on prevalence in a population. [Journal Article]
    J Appl Oral Sci 2020; 28:e20190067Bianco BCF, Sperandio FF, … Pereira AAC
  • CONCLUSIONS: As of today, the most recent WHO classification to be followed brings KCOT back to the cyst category, which will impact on the prevalence and epidemiology of OTs; thus, this study was able to identify a considerable increase (287.80%) in the prevalence of OTs when the 2005 WHO classification was utilized. Despite being an important academic exercise, classifying odontogenic lesions and determining whether to place the odontogenic keratocyst in a cyst or tumor category is crucial to establish the correct diagnosis and treatment to follow, whether by oral medicine or oral surgery specialist, or by the general practitioner.
  • Spontaneous oral tumours in 18 rabbits (2005-2015). [Case Reports]
    J Small Anim Pract 2019Miwa Y, Nakata M, … Uchida K
  • This retrospective study of a series of 18 cases aimed to describe the clinical and pathological findings of oral tumours in rabbits, as there have been few reports detailing spontaneous oral tumours in this species. A total of 13 different tumour types were diagnosed: squamous cell carcinoma (three), ameloblastoma (two), fibrosarcoma (two), osteosarcoma (two), cementoma (one), complex odontoma (…
  • Odontogenic Tumors. [Review]
    Dent Clin North Am 2020; 64(1):121-138Rajendra Santosh AB, Ogle OE
  • Odontogenic tumors are a group of neoplastic growths that originate from the tissues responsible for tooth formation and the periodontal apparatus of the jaw. Odontogenic tumors usually present as radiolucent defect, which makes diagnosis somewhat confusing while differentiating them from cysts. Although cystic lesions are surrounded by sclerotic borders, few odontogenic tumors share similar feat…
  • Interceptive management of ectopically erupting central incisor - A case report. [Case Reports]
    J Indian Soc Pedod Prev Dent 2019 Oct-Dec; 37(4):409-413Godhi BS, Shanbhog R, Chanchala HP
  • Radicular cysts are considered to be rare in the primary dentition comprising 0.5%-3.3% of the total number of radicular cysts in both primary and permanent dentition. Ectopic eruption is an eruption disturbance with the prevalence of 5.6% with majority being permanent central incisors. Etiology for eruption disturbance commonly includes odontoma, cysts, supernumerary teeth, and crown-root malfor…
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