Hamartomatous Tooth like Structre: A Case Report

Authors : Dr. Krishna Gopal Sharma; Dr. Vinay Mohan; Dr. Anuj Gaur; Dr. Kalpana Poudel; Dr. Shrey Srivastava

Volume/Issue : Volume 8 - 2023, Issue 7 - July

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.8324383

Odontomas are categorized by the World Health Organization (WHO) as odontogenic tumors since they are made up of ectomesenchyme and odontogenic epithelium. They are not true tumors because they are the result of developmental defects. They are local deformities without independent growth. Rarely do they exhibit symptoms and are frequently identified by chance when carrying out a radiographic evaluation. Odontomas can be either complex or compound. Without regard to gender, odontoma is typically diagnosed in young children and adolescents. According to reports, it is the most prevalent odontogenic neoplasm and tumor-like lesion. Patients frequently mention a history of trauma and infection, despite the fact that the cause of the odontoma is still unknown. Odontomas are typically asymptomatic and characterized by a sluggish rate of growth, rarely growing larger than a tooth.

Keywords : Odontomas, ectomesenchyme, odontogenic epithelium, complex, compound, asymptomatic, sluggish rate.


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