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Minerva Stomatologica 2000 June;49(6):323-6

language: Italian

Conservative therapy in dentigerous cysts: a case report

Bertolini F., De Felice C., Tullio A.


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Dentigerous cysts are one of the most common embryological anomalies of the maxilla and mandible. They are connected with one or more permanent tooth germs. For this reason, therapy is very important to preserve the vitality of the permanent germs and to allow them a complete growth and a functional migration in the alveolar arch. In the present paper, the clinical features and the surgical conservative treatment of a case personally observed, are described.

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