Odontomas are most common hamartomatous developmental malformations. They can be differentiated into compound and
complex type based on the level of organization of the tissues. Majority of odontomas are asymptomatic however these lesions can cause
delayed eruption, impaction, or even retention of deciduous teeth. This case report presents a compound odontoma in 13 year old boy
along with its related clinical and radiological manifestations and the surgical management.