Eruption Cyst: Definition, Etiology, Clinical features, Differential diagnosis, Treatment of Eruption Cyst
- It presents as a well-demarcated, fluctuant, and soft swelling directly overlying the crown of an erupting tooth.
- Usually, the color is blue or dark red, depending on the amount of blood in the cystic fluid.
- The diagnosis is usually made on the basis of clinical criteria.
Laboratory tests: Histopathological examination.
- amalgam tattoo,
- pigmented nevi,
- melanotic neuroectodermal tumor of infancy.