Extraordinary Calculus Formation: A Case Report
Author(s): Hulya Yildiz*
Calculus is formed on the natural teeth surfaces and is a mineralized bacterial plaque derived from saliva. It is located on the areas which salivary glands open into the mouth, buccal surfaces of maxillary molars and the lingual surfaces of mandibular anterior. In the present case of an 32 years-old woman, the calculus which is enormously big calcified mass that the patient can’t close her mouth covers the entire mouth floor and extends from premolar to the premolar in the other side. size and the settlement of the calculus are unusual as different from the cases we have seen before.