Florid cemento-osseous dysplasia (mixed)

Florid cemento-osseous dysplasia (mixed)

Kenmerken
  • Florid osseous dysplasia is a benign condition that usually involves multiple quadrants of the jaws.
  • The lesions are often bilaterally and symmetrically positioned.They are associated with the apices of the teeth if present.
  • It is clinically the most extensive form of cemento-osseous dysplasia.
  • Adjacent teeth: not displaced- not resorbed- typically vital.
  • Occasionally may cause expansion

Radiodensity

  • Early stage: Radiolucent, not corticated
  • Intermediate stage: Radiopacity within the apical radiolucencies
  • Late stage: Densely radiopaque.

Cases

White female, 45 yrs. Mixed lesions in the mandible bilateral

White female, 45 yrs. Mixed lesions in the mandible bilateral

White female, 40 yrs. Mixed lesions at the apices of the lower anterior teeth and at the right 1st molar (46).