A 43-year-old male presented to the clinic with a complaint of swelling around the left side of his palate for 3 years. He mentions that the swelling is gradually increasing in size. The patient is currently taking amoxicillin for recurrent sinusitis. He has also been experiencing abdominal cramps as well as diarrhea. His vital signs are a blood pressure of 110/70 mmHg, a pulse of 80 bpm, 22 breath/min respiration, and SpO2 96% on RA. On examination of his head and neck, he noted mucosal swelling is non-tender, bony, problematic inconsistency, and is fixed to the underlying bone. CT scan of the skull shows multiple clumped teeth within the mandibular corpus and bony outgrowth towards the maxillary sinus. A barium enema is performed, and an abdominal x-ray reveals multiple colonic polyps.