radicular cyst

Radicular cyst of the jaw

A radicular cyst, also known as a periapical cyst, is the most common type of odontogenic cyst. It typically develops at the apex (tip) of a tooth’s root. Usually, it’s associated with a non-vital (dead) tooth, often as a result of dental decay, trauma, or other factors leading to nerve death in the tooth. How …
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