If you thought removing 232 teeth from a teenager's mouth was out of the ordinary, doctors are now sharing details of removing a single tooth out of a man's nose.
After suffering from monthly chronic nosebleeds and regular tonsillitis, doctors in Saudi Arabia found a half-inch tooth growing inside a 22-year-old patient's nasal cavity.
The report states that the patient had straight teeth for his age, a normal soft and hard palate and a tongue. Other doctors are calling the surgery, and the photo of the tooth inside the nose, remarkable.
"It's an unusual case of an extra tooth — certainly, the most impressive intranasal photo I think I've ever seen of one. I've never seen the tooth actually in there," one doctor told Live Science.
Watch the video above to find out what happened when doctors removed the tooth.
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