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odontoma

 [o″don-to´mah]
any odontogenic tumor, especially a composite odontoma.
ameloblastic odontoma a rare, slow-growing, mixed tumor of odontogenic origin that combines the characteristics of composite odontoma and ameloblastoma.
composite odontoma one consisting of both enamel and dentin in an abnormal pattern.
radicular odontoma one associated with a tooth root, or formed when the root was developing.

o·don·to·ma

(ō'don-tō'mă),
1. A tumor of odontogenic origin.
2. A hamartomatous odontogenic tumor composed of enamel, dentin, cementum, and pulp tissue that may or may not be arranged in the form of a tooth.
[odonto- + G. -oma, tumor]

odontoma

/odon·to·ma/ (o″don-to´mah) any odontogenic tumor, especially a composite odontoma.
composite odontoma  one consisting of both enamel and dentin in an abnormal pattern.
radicular odontoma  one associated with a tooth root, or formed when the root was developing.

odontoma

[ō′dontō′mə]
Etymology: Gk, odous + oma, tumor
the most common of odontogenic tumors, a benign tumor consisting of cementum, dentin, enamel, and pulp tissue that may be arranged in the form of teeth (compound odontoma) or as an unrecognizable mass of enamel and dentin (complex odontoma). Also called gestant anomaly.

odontoma

A tumor of odontogenic origin–ie, which arises from the dental epithelium. See Complex odontoma, Compound odontoma.

o·don·to·ma

(ō'don-tō'mă)
1. A tumor of odontogenic origin.
2. A hamartomatous odontogenic tumor composed of enamel, dentin, cementum, and pulp tissue that may or may not be arranged in the form of a tooth.
[odonto- + G. -oma, tumor]

o·don·to·ma

(ō'don-tō'mă)
1. Tumor of odontogenic origin.
2. Hamartomatous odontogenic tumor composed of enamel, dentin, cementum, and pulp tissue that may or may not be arranged in the form of a tooth.
[odonto- + G. -oma, tumor]

odontoma (ō´dontō´mə),

n a common hematoma made up of dentin, enamel, cementum, and pulp tissue. Two types exist: complex odontoma and compound odontoma.
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Odontoma.
odontoma, ameloblastic
n a form characterized by the occurrence of an ameloblastoma within an odontoma. See also ameloblastoma; odontoma.
odontoma, complex,
n an odontogenic tumor characterized by the formation of calcified enamel and dentin in an abnormal arrangement because of lack of morphodifferentiation.
odontoma, compound,
n a tumor of enamel and dentin arranged in the form of anomalous miniature teeth. Several small abnormal teeth surrounded by a fibrous sac.
odontoma, cystic,
n a form associated with a follicular cyst.
odontoma, gestant,

odontoma

a non-neoplastic malformation, a hamartoma, consisting of a mixture of enamel, dentine and cementum.

ameloblastic odontoma
contains true neoplastic ameloblastic tissue. See ameloblastic odontoma.
complex odontoma
all the dental tissues are represented but not in an organized form.
composite odontoma
one consisting of both enamel and dentine in an abnormal pattern.
compound odontoma
all the dental tissues are present and organized into denticles, tooth-like structures.
radicular odontoma
one associated with a tooth root, or formed when the root was developing.
temporal odontoma
most commonly in the mastoid process of the petrous temporal bone manifested as a discharging sinus at the base of the ear. Is a dentigerous cyst.
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Talon cusps may be associated with other dental anomalies, especially in the permanent dentition, such as peg-shaped lateral incisors, impacted mesiodens and canines, odontoma, macrodontia, dens invaginatus, supernumerary teeth, shovel-shaped incisors, bifid cingulum, additional tubercle on incisors, exaggerated Carabelli cusps, and microdontia of antimere teeth [Al-Omari et al.
A compound type odontoma was discovered when diagnostic radiographs were exposed.
In our case, the size of the odontoma was suitable for a conservative treatment method and with this modality we managed to prevent a possible fracture and eliminate the disadvantages of MMF.
Clinical examination revealed tumorous growth at mandible as odontoma.