Odontogenic lesions are cysts or tumors that develop in your jawbone or the soft tissues in your mouth. Odontogenic lesions can vary greatly in size and severity. These lesions are usually noncancerous (benign), but they may behave aggressively at times. The present series represents approximately 3.92% of population in china were suffering with Odontogenic Infections.Of the 1309 Odontogenic Tumours, 94.04% were benign and 5.06% were malignant. The most frequent benign tumor was keratocystic odontogenic tumor (38.73%), followed by ameloblastoma (36.52%) and odontomas (6.11%). The prevalence of the remaining tumors appears to be rare. In conclusion, odontogenic tumors are in general uncommon lesions in this Chinese population.
Odontogenic Infections or Lessions are of bacterial or inflammatory origin penetrate primarily into the soft and bony oromaxillofacial tissues to produce submucosal infiltrates and abscesses. Often taking a mild course, these infections may also produce life-threatening complications, depending on a patient's immunocompetence and the site of the inflammatory process. The drugs most frequently recommended are penicillin (PEN), amoxicillin-clavulanic acid (AMC), and clindamycin (CLI)—despite reports of substantial resistance to CLI among oral pathogens. Research is happening on Contiguous enlarged dental follicles with histologic features resembling the WHO type of odontogenic fibroma, Evaluation of Amelotin Expression in Benign Odontogenic Tumors.