Idiopathic osteosclerosis (IO) is known as the region of enlarged bone production in the jaw, and its shape could be round, elliptical, or irregular in shape.[1,2,3]. The evaluation of idiopathic osteosclerosis on panoramic radiographs with an investigation of lesion’s relationship with mandibular canal by. ABSTRACT. Idiopathic osteosclerosis (IO) is described as a localized no expansible radiopacity with unknown etiology. The IO is generally asymptomatic and.

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Exostoses of the torus type were excluded by evaluating the intraoral photographs and the gypsum casts of the orthodontic documentation. The upper row displays radiographs of right side and the lower rows of the left side.

Round aeliptic band irregular c Click here to view. Table 2 The distribution of idiopathic osteosclerosis idiopatjic condensing osteitis lesions with respect to tooth and tooth relation.

The Frequency and Distribution of Idiopathic Osteosclerosis of the Jaw

When a certain situation or illness increases bone density usually adds the terms sclerosing or condensing to its name, especially for being a pathological nature. Diagnostic imaging of the jaws. Condensing osteitis is one possibility in differential diagnosis of IO 10 – 12 To investigate the association between palatally impacted maxillary canines PIC and ostosclerosis osteosclerosis.

In this region teeth can be moved, osseointegrating implants and mini implants can be applied without further consequences, as long as in the region there is no infectious microbial component. This extreme variability, when extreme, may influence significantly in more or less symptoms during orthodontic movement as well as the risk of root resorption.


A comparative study of the prevalence of mandibular osteosclerosis in patients of Asiatic and Caucasian origin. Dent Res J Isfahan. Int J Med Sci. Longitudinal radiographic assessment of dense bone islands of the jaws.

According to Ericson and Kurol 8the best age to establish a clinical diagnosis of maxillary canine impaction using digital palpation and checking for the presence of a buccal bulge would be starting at 9 years because the clinical signs are not evident before this age.

IOs arrows in patients differing in age; A: Bennett and McLaughlin 16 warned that bone sclerosis might delay or even obstruct space closure after tooth extractions during orthodontic treatment.

Additionally, cross-sectional CBCT images of 30 patients with IO were examined in terms of relationship with mandibular canal. IOs, on the other hand, are developmental variations of normal bone unrelated to local stimuli 10 Mandibular second molar region.

Could idiopathic osteosclerosis have correlations with palatally impacted maxillary canines?

But according to the Miloglu et al. The patient of that case also displayed agenesis of a maxillary lateral incisor and palatal impaction of a maxillary canine, both conditions that seem to share the same osteoscldrosis origin. Idiopathic osteosclerosis of the jaws: The frequency and characteristics of idiopathic osteosclerosis and condensing osteitis lesions in a Turkish patient population. Marmary Y, Kutiner G.

Idiopathic Osteosclerosis of the Jaw in a Brazilian Population: a Retrospective Study

To determine the prevalence of idiopathic osteosclerosis IO in the jaw by radiographic evaluation and to investigate the relationship between the findings in relation to age, gender, and localization. Not associated with resorption of the adjacent teeth 6.


Radiologic assessment and frequency of idiopathic osteosclerosis of jawbones: The study included 2, panoramic radiographs obtained from the patients men and 1, women whose ages ranged from 10—77 and who visited the Department of Oral Diagnosis and Radiology in the Faculty of Dentistry, Erciyes University between and All images were examined by a specialist in oral and maxillofacial radiology.

The result of Miloglu et al.

A single study 21 was found comparing the prevalence of this lesion in certain malocclusion types, although the criterion adopted by the authors for diagnosing malocclusion was based solely on the gypsum model records. Results Twenty-two foci of IO were identified in 20 out of the patients—around 5.

A new idio;athic to look at malocclusion. On the other hand, Eliasson et al. Symptomless 8 ; 2. A comparative study of the prevalence of mandibular osteosclerosis in patients of Asiatic and Caucasian origin.

A longitudinal study of idiopathic osteosclerosis and condensing osteitis. The inflammatory osteitis is located, restricted to focal areas and less aggressive, which may involve the various components of bone. In addition, mandibular molar localization was the most common localization, and most of the lesions were associated with root apices.

Data was obtained using the chi-square test, and the results were considered to have a osteosclerosos difference if the significance level was less than.

The distribution of idiopathic osteosclerosis and condensing osteitis lesions with respect to tooth and tooth relation.