AMELOBLASTOMA: Clinical features, Radiological features, Treatment and Differential Diagnosis

Ameloblastoma, is the most common, clinically significant odontogenic tumor. It is slow growing, locally invasive and has high rates of recurrence after treatment. 

Ameloblastoma may be asymptomatic in the early stages but later gradually increases in size causing facial asymmetry, loosening of teeth and very rarely pain.

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