“The oral surgeon removed a root fragment of what was assumed to be tooth D as well as another piece of random deformed tooth structure. The cyst, along with what appeared to be tooth No. 7 (deformed), was surgically enucleated and the specimen was sent off for biopsy. Results came back as . . .” Breakthrough Clinical’s Editorial Director Stacey Simmons, DDS, gives her differentials, definitive diagnosis, and recommended treatment for the oral pathology case she presented last month.