Subjective:The patient is a 37 y.o. female referred to our office for evaluation and treatment of a mandibular gingival mass in area No. 26-27 that had been present for four years.
Objective:The patient is allergic to codeine. There are no serious illnesses. Patient had under gone a hysterectomy in 1995. Medication included Premarin. Oral examination revealed teeth #'s 1, 19, and 32 to be missing. Dental calculus was caked on the lingual surfaces of the anterior mandibular incisors. There was a 20 mm x 15 mm x 7 mm mass on the mandibular gingival tissue in area No. 26-27. No bruit or thrill was noted. Radiographic examination revealed interproximal bone loss in the maxilla and mandible. Tooth No. 16 is impacted.
- Peripheral Ossifying Fibroma
- Impacted Tooth No. 16
- Excision of Peripheral Ossifying Fibroma
Patient treated by:
- Dr. Steven R. Tucker Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
Steven R. Tucker DMD, PSC
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
909 Scherm Road
Owensboro, KY 42301
Last Modified: May 31, 1999