A rare massive exophytic gingival growth
AbstractOral surgeons ought to be aware of variety of lesions that can present as focal exophytic gingival overgrowths. Most gingival lesions arise due to local irritating factors. The case presented share dramatic clinical pictures and findings of a long-standing fibrous gingival lesion. A massive growth of 6¥7 cm in size and 5 years duration from the maxillary left posterior gingival region in a 64-year-old female causing severe facial disfigurement is presented. Lesion was characterized by the central core of woven bone formation. The article discusses on the clinical findings of peripheral ossifying fibroma and stresses on the unrestricted growth potential of this interesting lesion.
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