Dentigerous cysts in young adults may compromise the natural evolution of the dentition and can be treated surgically or non-surgically. We report the minimally-invasive treatment of dentigerous cysts in two young patients using a modified Hawley plate to avoid traumatic injury to anatomical structures, with up to four years’ follow up.
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Published online: October 07, 2019
Accepted: September 20, 2019
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