Peripheral ossifying fibroma (POF) is an uncommon, reactive gingival overgrowth. It comprises of one or more mineralized tisues such as bone, cementum like material or dystrophic calcification within a cellularfibroblastic matrix proliferation. It was reported by Shephard in 1844 as ‘Alveolar exostosis. Inthe literature, many names have been used interchangeably for this entity such as Epulis, Peripheral fibroma with calcification, Calcifying fibroblastic granuloma, Peripheral cementying fibroma, Peripheral fibroma with cementogenesis and Peripheral cemento-ossifying fibroma