Ameloblastic fibroma

Features

 

  • Benign. Rare.
  • Occurs in children and adolescents.
  • Most common site: mandible posterior region.
  • Often associated with an unerupted tooth.
  • Well defined, well corticated. Small lesions are monolocular. Large lesions are multilocular.
  • It may cause displacement of adjacent teeth. Large lesions cause buccal/lingual expansion.