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Volume 5 Issue 3 (March, 2017)

Case Reports

AN ERUPTION CYST IN MAXILLARY ANTERIOR REGION OF A PEDIATRIC PATIENT- A CASE REPORT
Tamanna Soni, Sushil Kumar Dokwal, Ankur Bhagat, Vinod V C

Eruption cysts are benign cysts that appear on the mucosa of a tooth shortly before its eruption. Clinical appearance is soft, often translucent swelling of the mucosa overlying the crown of the involved tooth, the color of which may vary from pink to bluish-purple. This article presents a case report of a 6 year old male patient having chief complaint of swelling in upper front region of jaw since one and half month. Patient was diagnosed on the basis of clinical, radio - graphical and histopathology examination.
Key words: Eruption cyst, Dentigerous cyst, soft tissue cyst

 
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