Dentigerous Cyst Involving Multiple Teeth in Non Syndromic Patients and Cholesterol Granuloma - A Review.

Gayathri Ramesh, Aparna Dave, Kanwar Deep Singh, Ramesh Nagarajappa


Dentigerous cysts are the most common developmental odontogenic cysts of the jaw, arising from impacted mandibular third molars, less frequently with impacted maxillary canines or other teeth. Although mostly solitary, multiple cysts occur in association with syndromes such as Mucopolysaccharidosis type VI, Cleidocranial dysplasia, basal cell nevus syndrome, Maroteaux - Lamy syndrome and Gardner's syndrome. Multiple cysts in non-syndromic patients are extremely rare, occurring almost exclusively in the mandible. We hereby review solitary dentigerous cyst involving multiple teeth and on cholesterol granuloma.


Dentigerous cyst;multiple teeth;anterior;mandible;midline;cholesterol granuloma

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