Slowly growing swelling in the anterior mandible

This is a 43 y/o female presented with slowly growing swelling in the right anterior mandible. IOPA shows a well-demarcated radiolucency irt 42 & 43. The patient noticed the swelling 2-3 months ago. She noticed a small change in her bite with movement of the lateral incisor. otherwise asymptomatic.

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Lateral periodontal cyst. SRP, open flap debridement and root planing , bone grafting if defect is contained.
IT'S A..CASE OF.. ? PERIODONTAL CYST.. ? GINGIVAL ABSCESS.. ? DENTAL PATHOLOGY..
Periodontal lesion because of mobility of tooth ,
Lat. Periodontal cyst Gingival hyperplasia
Can it be lateral periodontal cyst??
Lateral Periodontal cyst!
Lateral periodontal cyst
Clinically dome shaped appearance ...site common in mandible....radiographically bone loss and lateral to root surface suggestive of lateral periodontal cyst
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Cyst .get fnac done .to confirm the diagnosis
Quesion not sufficient to answer .
Lateral periodontal cyst