Last month, Christopher Shumway, DDS, presented Breakthrough Clinical’s oral pathology case of a healthy 37-year-old male who presented with pain on the lower-left and lower-right sides. A limited exam revealed rampant decay. The panoramic radiograph showed badly decayed teeth on the lower-right side, with an apical radiolucency and associated swelling in the buccal vestibule. Dr. Shumway gives the differentials and definitive diagnosis for this case, as well as the patient’s prognosis.

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