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Progress in Medical Sciences ISSN: 2577 - 2996
Progress in Medical Sciences. 2022; 6(1):(74-74)


Unilateral Ossifying Fibroma Independent of Dental Area in Mandible A Case Report

Yeganeh Arian

Abstract
Introduction: Fibrosis lesions include a group of diseases of different origin and etiology. In which bone is replaced by connective tissue. These lesions include fibrous dysplasia, fibroid ossification, cementoceus dysplasia, and cementoma. Fibroma ossification is a benign, painless, high-expansion neoplasm that originates in almost all cases of the periodontal ligament and can be radiolucent, radiopaque, or mixed depending on the degree of maturity. Treatment plan will vary from conservative to radical depending on the extent of the lesion.


Case Presentation: The patient is a 41-year-old woman without an underlying disease who has been experiencing painless swelling with mild paraesthesia of 3 * 3 dimensions with bony consistency in the mandibular border for the past 8 months. After radiographic examination and preparation of OPG, CBCT and aspiration and incisional biopsy, fibrose ossification lesion was diagnosed. The lesion underwent segmental resection partial. And a number of reconstruction plates were used to rebuild the border. 

Conclusion: Although of is known as a benign neoplasm of dental origin, what was found in this case was a completely unrelated lesion under the mandibular border, which, although benign, was due to its rapid growth and the extent of its curative treatment.