A 50-year-old female presented for a new-patient exam upon the recommendation of her general practitioner. Her CC: “My doctor said that I have an infection on one of my top right teeth.” She pointed to a raised mass of tissue in between teeth Nos. 4 and 5. Clinical assessment revealed a pink 6 mm raised firm mass of osseous tissue measuring 12 x12 mm. Breakthrough Clinical’s Editorial Director Stacey L. Simmons, DDS, presents this month’s oral pathology case. Read more about the case and view the photos to suggest your differential diagnoses and proposed course of treatment.