PARADENTAL [ Mandibular Inflammatory Buccal ] Cyst
European Journal of Molecular & Clinical Medicine,
2022, Volume 9, Issue 7, Pages 6434-6442
AbstractThe paradental Cyst is an Inflammatory ondontogenic cyst usually associated with distal and buccal aspect of partially impacted mandibular third molars.
The paradental cyst is commonly misinterpreted when associated with atypical clinical and radiographic characteristics, in turn causing diagnostic problems. For this reason, the study of the differential diagnosis of this lesion has become extremely important. In addition, the correlation of clinical, histologic, and radiographic findings are also of great value in obtaining accurate diagnosis. The minor variations in the clinical appearance of paradental cysts make it feasible to consider the two main groups of cysts separately: those associated with 1st and 2nd permanent molars of the mandible and those associated with the 3rd mandibular molar. Moreover, this distinction in localization may well dictate the necessary treatment. Bearing in mind the minor clinical variations, the present article aims to discuss the differential diagnosis of this lesion and its different possible treatments by presenting a case report to illustrate the findings.
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