This is a 62-year-old white male referred by his general dentist for a deeply impacted tooth # 32 associated with a large unilocular radiolucency. This lesion was discovered on routine dental examination. There was no evidence of a swelling and the patient denied any pain or parasthesia.
Figure 1 This is a panoramic view taken at the first clinical presentation. The radiograph demonstrates a well-defined to corticated unilocular radiolucency around impacted tooth #32 with the tooth displaced inferiorly.