O G Symington

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The ameloblastoma is a slow-growing insidious tumor derived from the dental lamina. It may be described as locally invasive and clinically persistent, and it has high recurrence rates if adequate treatment is not rendered. From a clinical perspective, the maxillary ameloblastoma is considered to be more aggressive than its mandibular counterpart. This is(More)
Traumatic injuries to the midface are not nearly as common in Canada as they are in the United States, but practitioners must still be prepared for the evaluation and treatment of patients presenting with midface fractures. This case report demonstrates the experience one individual who presented with the clinical signs and symptoms of midfacial trauma.(More)
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