Ameloblastic Fibroma of Mandible - A Case Report

2017 Indian Journal of Dental Advancements  
Ameloblastic fibroma is a relatively uncommon benign tumor of mixed odontogenic origin that can occur in either the mandible or the maxilla, but is most frequent in the posterior region of mandible. It usually occur in the first two decades of life and associated with impacted tooth, causing a delay in eruption or altering the dental eruption sequence.This report presents a case of ameloblastic fibroma in a 45 year old male who reported with a swelling in the right lower jaw region since 6
more » ... s. Segmentalresection of the mandible was carried out and reconstruction was done with iliac crest graft. Long term prognosis showed satisfactory healing and good facial esthetics.
doi:10.5866/2017.9.10128 fatcat:iozzslsvevavnkcgzo5s7zvr7m