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Peripheral ossifying fibroma

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PERIPHERAL OSSIFYING FIBROMA: CLINICAL FEATURES, HISTOPATHOLOGY AND TREATMENT

Author: Sanketh DS, MDS

INTRODUCTION AND ETIOLOGY

Peripheral ossifying fibroma(POF) is a tumor like growth occurring quite commonly in the oral cavity and represents a reactive process rather than a neoplasm. It has been referred to by a variety of terms like peripheral cemento-ossifying fibroma,  peripheral fibroma with calcification, ossifying fibrous epulis and peripheral odontogenic fibroma.

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