Paradental Cyst

The paradental cyst is located on the lateral side of the tooth at the border between the enamel and root cemen-tum. This cyst is secondary to an inflammatory process in the adjacent periodontal tissues that induces proliferation of neighbouring odontogenic epithelial rests, similar to the pathogenesis of the radicular cyst [88]. Histo-logically, it resembles the other inflammatory odonto-genic cysts, the distinction being made by the specific clinical presentation. It is a rare lesion [128]. Treatment consists of excision with or without concomitant extraction of the involved tooth [45].

Fig. 4.6. Lining of a dentigerous cyst mainly composed of mucous cells

Was this article helpful?

0 0
Mole Removal

Mole Removal

Moles, warts, and other unsightly irregularities of the skin can be bothersome and even embarrassing. They can be removed naturally... Removing Warts and Moles Naturally! If you have moles, warts, and other skin irregularities that you cannot cover up affecting the way you look, you can have them removed. Doctors can be extremely expensive. Learn the natural ways you can remove these irregularities in the comfort of your own home.

Get My Free Ebook

Post a comment