Admixed ameloblastoma comprises of a combination of more than one histomorphological patterns of ameloblastoma. The present case report discusses a case of admixed ameloblastoma extensively involving the entire body of the mandible bilaterally in a 25-year-old male. The case was managed by segmental resection using osteotomy to remove the segment of the mandible along with the right coronoid process. Histopathological examination of the excised tumor revealed highly proliferative odontogenic epithelium in the forms of plexuses and follicles. A fibula reconstructed graft was provided for rehabilitation of the patient with no evidence of disease after a one-year follow-up.
Odontogenic Tumors, Segmental resection, Fibula graft