Dr. Puneet Shirbur
PRESENTATION OF CASE A 27-year-old female presented with history of swelling in the right nasal floor since 6 months. The swelling was insidious in onset and gradually progressive in size. There was no associated pain or fever. The patient did not have history of tooth pain or dental procedures in the past. On examination, the swelling was soft, fluctuant, non-tender and appeared to arise from the underlying subcutaneous tissue.