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The epulis is a relatively frequent benign oral lesion that originates from the gingival and which has no degenerative potential. A 73-year-old-woman came to our attention for a mass, located in the oral cavity and more precisely in the right inferior maxillary alveolar ridge, that the patient firstly noticed 2 years earlier. Its dimensions increased over time and now were relevant. The mass was mobile, and non-ulcerated e did not evoke pain when palpated. It was characterized by a thin pedicledoi:10.4236/ijohns.2016.56035 fatcat:mzukevo3hzbbba7aqj2wzojype