Christopher Shumway, DDS, presents Breakthrough Clinical’s oral pathology case this month: “A healthy 37-year-old male presents with pain lower-left and lower-right sides. He states that he drinks a lot of soda, and he knows his teeth are bad. He feels like the area is swelling and the associated pain is keeping him from sleeping. Limited exam reveals rampant decay. Panoramic radiograph shows badly decayed teeth on the lower right side, with an apical radiolucency and associated swelling in the buccal vestibule. Also noted is . . .”

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