2016, Number 4
Revista Habanera de Ciencias Médicas 2016; 15 (4)
Gbenou MY, Vergara PLP
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ABSTRACTIntroduction: The permanent first molar is the first tooth springing out of permanent dentition, and it is an extremely important piece for the development of dental synclesis. Taking into consideration, the anaraxia due to the association of a dentigerous cyst (DC) to a first permanent molar, "the synclesis key", is bring forward the following clinic case in a pediatric patient.
Objective: To present a pediatrics patient clinic case that has a DC associated with the first permanent molar.
Case presentation: Male patient of eight years old, with health history, that present a clinical absent of the right down first molar (46), and that the panoramic x-ray test show a radiolucent image associate to the46crown. Was decided a surgical treatment, proposing the enucleating of cyst wounds. Through a Pathological Anatomy analysis of the chirurgic piece, the diagnosis of a dentigerous cyst was achieved.
Conclusion: It is concluded that can be found a dentigerous cyst associated to a retained first permanent molar in pediatrics patients.