cyst is the most common type of a developmental odontogenic cyst.
Choanae rounded, not concealed by palatal shelf of maxillary arch; dentigerous
processes of vomers prominent, oblique and moderately separated from each other, median and posterior to choanae, each bearing row of 4-7 teeth; tongue oval, notched posteriorly; 2/3 of its extension adherent to floor of mouth; males with vocal slits and subgular vocal sac; long vocal slits, lateral to tongue.
For example, dentigerous
and periapical cysts (but not, for example, odontogenic keratocysts) also frequently coexpress CK7 and CK19 but are negative for CK20.
Laser-assisted treatment of a dentigerous
cyst: case report.
Vuhahula and colleagues (5) found that reduced enamel epithelium that had completed its tooth-forming function had the capability to keratinize under appropriate stimuli, thus forming a true dentigerous
cyst with keratinization.
Ectopic canine associated with a dentigerous
cyst in the maxilla
6] Patients may present with lesions in the wall of periapical cysts with prolonged therapeutic opened drainage or dentigerous
Such processes are thought to arise from tissue normally located in the regions mentioned, so the source may be, for example, vascular, neurogenic, dentigerous
, or skeletal.
This often leads to the absence of any histopathological examinations as well as sometimes having a misdiagnosed dentigerous
cyst in the form of a radicular cyst [Lustmann and Shear, 1985].
The radiologist confirmed our diagnosis of a dentigerous
cyst, and the radiopaque structure was an embedded tooth.
Minor oral surgery Suture types; surgical removal impacted canine and supernumerary teeth; mattress sutures; dentigerous
cysts; retained roots; cover plate; dilacerated teeth; apically repositioned flaps.
We report a case of dentigerous
cyst of the maxilla and maxillary sinus that caused the ectopic displacement of an unerupted tooth into the orbital rim and floor.