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Odontogenic fibroma, central

Odontogenic fibroma, central

  • A rare neoplasm. Usually between 10-40 years old.
  • It may be asymptomatic or may cause swelling and tooth mobility.
  • Most common sites: mandible (premolar-molar region), maxilla (anterior region)
  • Small lesions are usually unilocular, and larger lesions multilocular.
  • Well-defined margins.
  • Adjacent teeth: often displaced, impaction and root resorption.

Differential diagnosis