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