Fibrolipoma : Report of Two Intraoral Cases 524-526
Dr Mishal Shah, PG Student
Department of Periodontology
JSS dental college and hospital
A Constituent of JSS university
SS Nagar, Mysore 570015
Fibrolipoma, a benign tumour, is classified as a variant of conventional lipoma. It usually presents as a soft, smooth â€“ surfaced nodular masses that can be sessile or pedunculated. Most of them are less than 3 cm in size, but it can become much larger. The buccal mucosa and buccal vestibule are the most common intra-oral sites. Here, we present two cases of fibrolipoma, one on buccal mucosa and the other on the lateral border of tongue.