Background: Squamous odontogenic tumour (SOT) is a rare benign locally infiltrative epithelial neoplasm of periodontium. The tumour originate from rests of Malassez, gingival surface epithelium or from remnants of the dental lamina. Tumour may present as painless swelling or toothache and tooth mobility. Case Report: We report a case of 35year male presented with swelling in anterior mandible and recurrent gum bleeding an unusual site and unusual presentation. Conclusion: Being a rare tumour SOT should be differentiated from other similar looking tumour i.e. acanthomatous ameloblastoma, SOT like islands arises from cystic wall and many others for definite therapy.