Recurrent gingival cyst of adult: A rare case report
The gingival cyst of adult (GCA) is a rare developmental anomaly of odontogenic origin. It is asymptomatic, slow growing, and commonly seen near the canine and premolar region of mandible.

The GCA is usually treated by excisional biopsy. Usually, occurrence is more common in 5th to 6th decade of life.

The present case report, published in the Journal of Indian Society of Periodontology describes a solitary GCA treated by excisional biopsy in a 76-year-old male patient which had recurred for the fourth time. This article also highlights on diagnostic process and a review of literature describing its histiogenesis, clinical, and histopathologic features of this condition.

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