A 26-year-old male was referred to an oral surgery clinic for the evaluation and diagnosis of mandibular lesion of unknown duration. The lesion was a slightly tender to percussion 2×3 centimeter apical radiolucency extending from left maxillary central incisor to first canine region, and causing deviation of canine and central incisor. The right lateral and left central incisors had large composite restorations (Figure #1). The overlying mucosa appeared normal and the jaw showed slight expansion. The patient was otherwise healthy and was not on any medication.