Adenomatoid odontogenic tumor was formerly considered to be a variant of aneloblastoma and was called as Adenoamelobalstoma. It is termed as AOT in short and represents 3% to 7% of all odontogenic tumors. It is considered as a Hamartoma rather than a true Neoplasm because of Slow growth and Circumscription of the lesion. AOT is [&hellip

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