This cyst appears as a pear shaped radiolucency found between the roots of an maxillary lateral incisor and cuspid.
This cyst forms around the crown of an unerupted or developing tooth. The most common location is around an unerupted or impacted 3rd molar.
This cyst develops in place of a tooth. The most common area is the 3rd molar region.
This cyst is found most often in the mandibular cuspid & premolar area. It's located on the lateral aspect of a tooth root.
This cyst appears heart shaped radiographically and is found between the roots of the maxillary central incisors.
This cyst appears as a raised nodule on the skin of the face or neck and is thought to originate from the epithelium of a hair follicle.
This cyst is located at the midline of the hard palate. It's thought to be a more posterior form of the Nasopalatine Cyst.
This cyst forms along the same tract as the thyroid gland. Patients may complain of dysphagia (difficulty in swallowing) or difficulty in extending the tongue.
This cyst is found in the soft tissue around the crown of an erupting tooth. It's most commonly found around permanent first molars and incisors.
This cyst is most often seen around a mandibular 3rd molar. It's associated with Nevoid basal cell carcinoma.
This is a congenital lack of teeth.
This is a lack of one or more teeth
This occurs when two adjacent teeth are united by cementum only.
This occurs when a single tooth germ attempts to divide and results in the incomplete formation of two teeth.
Teeth with this exhibit elongated, large pulp chamber with short roots. They look as though the teeth are stretched radiographically.
This is the incomplete or defective formation of enamel resulting in the alteration of tooth form or color.
This results in the disturbance of the maturation of enamel matrix. It appears as localized chalky white spots on the middle third of smooth crowns. The enamel is soft and is more susceptible to decay.
These are deciduous teeth in which the bone has fused to the cementum and dentin preventing exfoliation of the deciduous tooth and eruption of the permanent tooth.
These teeth cannot erupt due to a physical obstruction.
This forms as a result of congenital syphilis. These teeth are shaped like screwdrivers with a notched incisal edge.