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RADICULAR CYST

The radicular cyst is the most common inflammatory cyst in the jaw that is of odontogenic origin. The cyst is believed to be originated from the epithelial cell rests of Malassez. It is usually associated with a tooth having a necrozed pulp. The lesion is seen mostly in the males during their third and fifth decades of life. Treatment of radicular cyst depends on the size of the lesion and can be treated with a simple conventional therapy or may require a surgical intervention
Clinical Feature
Clinically, the teeth affected with radicular cyst are asymptomatic. Radicular cyst may present as a swelling of the jaw and may be associated with pain/loosening of tooth. Root resorption of the affected tooth and displacement of the adjacent teeth have also been observed
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