Dentigerous Cyst of Maxilla Involving Multiple Impacted Teeth: A Rare Case Report

Praveen Ganesh, Venkatesh Anehosur, Abhijit Joshi, Gopalkrishnan K


Dentigerous cyst is a developmental epithelial odontogenic cyst which arises from remnants of tooth forming organ. It is the second most common type of odontogenic cysts occurring during the second and third decade of life with involvement of an impacted tooth. The site predilection is usually the molar ramus area. This case report describes a rare incidence of involvement of multiple impacted teeth in the maxillary anterior region.


Dentigerous Cyst;Bone Cysts;Jaw Cysts;Odontogenic Cysts;Maxilla;Impacted;Tooth; Unerupted;Enucleation.

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