Stylohyoid syndrome or eagle’s syndrome is caused by calcification of the stylohyoid ligament or
elongation of the bony styloid process. It may remain asymptomatic or it may present with facial neuralgia,
foreign body sensation in pharynx, throat pain or even otalgia and cephalgia. Diagnosis is mainly based
on clinical examination and confirmed by the radiological findings. The mainstay treatment is surgical
excision via external approach or intraoral approach. We are reporting a case of unilateral stylohyoid
syndrome along with the literature review.