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Painless growth in the lower anterior teeth region.

Painless slow growing fibrous growth of gingiva that needs to be evaluated properly. Chief Complaints Growth in the lower front teeth region since 6 months History A painless growth that was insidious in onset and gradually increased to present size. No h/o bleeding or discharge. H/o trauma before 1 year to same region Investigations CBCT followed by IOPA Diagnosis With history and clinical findings- provisional diagnosis was given as Traumatic fibroma. Differential diagnosis- ossifying fibroma, peripheral gaint cell granuloma, epulis granulomatosum Diagnosis- cbct and iopa showed radiopaque structure within the growth shadow suggestive of calcified structures -Ossifying fibroma Management Surgical removal

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The growth was ossifying fibroma. Which showed spicules of calcification within the soft tissue growth in CBCT

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Gradually increasing growth gingiva hard palate looks to be fibrogranuloma Epulis granulomatosum Adv biopsy for further line

Sir, its not in the palate. Its in the 31,32 region. Epulis granulomatosm occurs in an empty sockect. Here all teeth are present. This is a case of ossifying fibroma.
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Nice POST DENTIST decided management

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Nice case dr.

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Nice case dr

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The growth was ossifying fibroma. Which showed spicules of calcification within the soft tissue growth in CBCT

Excisional biopsy, most probably Peripheral gaint cell granuloma

Doc, its a case of ossifying fibroma. I have explained it above with radiographic findings.
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