Abstract A case of peripheral ameloblastoma on the gingiva of a 50‐year‐old male is presented. The clinical and histological picture of the lesion is described. The etiology and the dilemma in the differential diagnosis of this peripheral odontogenic tumor is discussed.
|Number of pages
|Journal of Clinical Periodontology
|Published - Jul 1987
- gingival lesions
- peripheral ameloblastoma