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Occlusal plane of the impacted tooth is below the level of the cervical line of the second molar tooth.
Unilocular lesions can be located surrounding the crown of unerupted or impacted tooth, simulating dentigerous cysts.
They appear in children as pericoronal sclerotic lesions with a thin radiolucent rim and are commonly associated with an impacted tooth. Odontomas can be simple (supernumerary teeth), compound or complex.
A panoramic radiograph revealed totally impacted tooth 48, located horizontally, class C2 according to Pell and Gregory [12].
(3) Although our patient had an impacted tooth within his lesion, he was free of the gastrointestinal symptoms associated with Gardner syndrome.
The reason was that an impacted tooth could cause a pilot a lot of pain if he flew above 5,000 feet.
Kokich and Mathews present this concise summary of impacted tooth management, organized by the location of the impacted tooth.
In 92 cases (70.2% of total), the impacted tooth was palatally positioned (class I, according to the classification of Archer [16]).
- A chance of inadequate PDL development as an effective attachment with an impacted tooth (nonfunctioning tooth) Healing of dental pulp
The technique involves surgical exposure of the impacted tooth, after which a magnet is bonded to the tooth surface.
This could be because of two reasons: first, the possibility to set, on an axial plane, the point from which the measurement begins and then scroll through the other sections until reaching the end measurement point, making it easy to correctly register z-axis measurement; second, the limited thickness of slices analyzed on the Panorex view, which complicates evaluation on x- and y-axis if impacted tooth is far from the curve where other teeth lie.
Twenty-seven (50.0%) cysts were found to be associated with an impacted tooth. Reviewing the radiographic records of 85 typical KCOTs from our own file, 57 (67.1%) were found to be unilocular and 28 (32.9%) multilocular.