Case Study: Cementoblastoma

Cementoblastomas are rare odontogenic tumors, they represent less than 1% of all odontogenic tumors. More
than 75% of cases are noted in the mandible, with 90% in the molar and premolar region. Almost 50% involve
the first permanent molar. They can rarely affect primary teeth. There is no significant sex predilection. The
neoplasm occurs predominantly in children and young adults, with about 50% before the age of 20 years and
75% before the age of 30 years. Pain and swelling are present in about two thirds of reported cases.

Case Study By: Marcel Noujeim DDS MS
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