The odontogenic keratocyst (OKC) was originally classified as a developmental cyst, and OKC is histologically divided into orthokeratic and parakeratic types. According to revised histopathological classification of odontogenic tumors by the World Health Organization (2005), the term, keratocystic odontogenic tumor (KCOT) has been adopted to describe parakeratic OKC. The KCOT is noted for its capacity to recur after treatment. The aggressive, or potentially aggressive, nature of KCOT has led to alternative treatments. Among the treatments is noted the use of Carnoy`s solution as adjunctive intralesional therapy having a low rate of recurrence. This study suggests a possible benefit of Carnoy`s solution against recurrence of KCOT.