Breakthrough Clinical’s Editorial Director Stacey Simmons, DDS, presents this month’s oral pathology case: A healthy seven-year-old male presents for his new-patient exam. A radiolucency was noted in the No. 7 area on the panoramic radiograph; subsequent occlusals were referred to for a better view where the lesion appeared to focalize around the coronal portion of No. 7. Furthermore, there was an ill-defined radiopacity within the osseous tissue, under the area where primary tooth D would be located.