CARNOY’S: A COMPLIMENTARY MINISTRATION AFTER CONSERVATIVE EXCISION
Dr. Niharika Sharma*, Dr. Chaitra T. R., Dr. Deveshi Nigam and Dr. Sagnik Dipta Panja
Jaw cysts present as swelling of jaws and midface. The most common cyst of jaw is the dentigerous cyst which is a common noninflammatory odontogenic cyst and associated with an impacted tooth. They are discovered incidentally on radiographic examinations and cause bony expansion and asymptomatic facial swelling. The case report presents the surgical management of inflammatory dentigerous cyst in a 6-year-old female patient on left mandibular premolar region with radiographic feature of large unilocular radiolucency involving unerupted second premolar.
Keywords: Dentigerous cyst, Enucleation, Obturator, Radicular cyst.
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