Cementoblastoma?

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Posted on By Oliwia Krzyżańska In Other

Hi everybody,
My name is Olivia - from Poland
I have problem with strange white mass under my teeth
Could sb look at it and tell me what to do with it?
Some dentist in my town said I should only observe it (I don't have any pain) but few said That I should remove teeth and do biopsy...Please, advise me sth..
greetings
olivia

x ray photo done one year ago
x ray photo after one year observation

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If you had inserted not a 3D immagine but the axial section my opinion will be more precise.
For the lesion on the 4.3: Before endodontic treatment the tooth is vital? if yes the lesion is not an endodontic lesion. I Don,t see very well where is the exit of the mandibular nerve... But I think that is not near the lesion.
If the 4.3 was "necrotic" the lesion is endodontic.
How much time has passed after endodontic therapy?
If is it longer of six-eight months is important review the diagnosis. ant the Terapy.... the rx (Cone Beam T.C.) information pre an after is very important for evaluate the case.
The osteodence formation after 1 years is the same....
(the particular aspect on the rx lesion can be useful).
I Think That the diagnosis of osteoblastoma-Cementoma o displasia cementoossea are all benign lesion...
Controls over time: OPT every years.


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Hello, thank you very much for your opinions and advice so far. I'm sending pictures from the tomography taken a few days ago. I am asking for tips. Is it cementoblastoma or is there any other diagnosis? Should I do a biopsy? is it possible to examine it without extracting the causal tooth? I'm surprised that few doctors said that it could be cementoblastoma because I'm 37 years old and probably I have it many, many years.. I don't know how long I have had this shift. In my youth, I did not have a panorama made. It was only a year ago that this problem was found by accident. I have no pain or deformity in my jaw. I will be grateful for the tips. I feel a bit scared...

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My opinion would be more precise if you had included an axial section rather than a 3D image.


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If you want make a biopsy an endodontic treatment of 4.6 because an apical resection of the tooth is necessary. The axial section of the Cone Beam T.C. is useful for the diagnosis e treatment planing.


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My opinion would be more precise if you had included an axial section rather than a 3D image.


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