- Usually in young adults.
- It is usually located in the mandible (anterior region).
- Possible effects on adjacent teeth: displacement, resorption, destruction of lamina dura.
- Unilocular (early stages), multilocular (internal septa, honeycomb appearance).
- Irregular shape, often ill-defined borders.
- It can cause considerable expansion.
Giant cell granuloma, central (multilocular)
- Ameloblastoma (multilocular)
- Aneurysmal bone cyst
- Hemangioma, central
- Odontogenic keratocyst (multilocular)