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Schwannomas are benign tumors that typically arise from the perineural Schwann cells responsible for the production of the insulting sheath called myelin with only 1% occurring intraorally. We present and report a rare case of a schwannoma presenting on the upper lip of a 29-year-old male professional footballer who was referred to OMFS clinic after with a persistent swelling on his upper lip following trauma to the face 1 year ago. The treatment for benign schwannoma consists of total surgicaldoi:10.14740/jmc2761w fatcat:tjtivtmuzbc5zkelwnaxyy3ooy