Document Type : Case Report

Authors

1 Dept. of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery, KIMS Hospital, Anayara, Trivandrum, Indian.

2 Maxillofacial Surgeon, Former Trainee, KIMS Hospital, Anayara, Trivandrum, Indian.

3 KIMS Dental & International Patients, KIMS Hospital, Anayara, Trivandrum, Indian.

10.30476/dentjods.2021.87394.1260

Abstract

Nasolabial cyst, klestadt’s cyst is a rare nonodontogenic lesion occurring in the maxillofacial region. It is commonly seen in the nasoalveolar area, lateral to ala of nose. It is usually asymptomatic and is often ignored by the patient unless it enlarges in size resulting in cosmetic deformities. It is often challenging not only to maxillofacial surgeons but also to other head and neck surgeons. It is often misdiagnosed as other common dental related or odontogenic lesions and mistreated. Here we are describing such a surgically managed case as a case report and also discussing the etiopathogenesis and management.

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