We report on a 57-year-old male patient who was referred to an oral medicine specialist following an incidental finding of a buccal swelling. The patient presented with a swelling in the left buccal region of five years duration, not associated with pain or trauma. The patient gave no history of purulent discharge in the oral cavity, loss of appetite, or loss of weight. Examination of the left buccal region revealed a firm nontender mobile attached swelling of size 18 X 20 mm on the left buccalmucosa. The left parotid gland duct orifice was normal. The rest of the oral cavity was found normal with no evidence of cervical lymphadenopathy. The treatment of choice was complete surgical excision followed by 3 monthly follow-ups.