Modern Research in Dentistry

Incidental Finding of an Atypical Benign Fibro-Osseous Lesion in the Mandible of an Adolescent Orthodontic Patient

Submission: November 15, 2017; Published: February 05, 2018

Volume1 Issue3
February 2018


This case report highlights the formation and progression of a lesion with fibro-osseous characteristics that developed incidentally in a young African American female orthodontic patient without symptoms or adverse sequelae. In addition to discussing clinic-radiographic correlation and differential diagnosis of the lesion, this report explains some considerations for management when encountering these findings.

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