Introduction: Nasolabial cysts are a rare, ectodermal development cyst, presenting as a fullness of canine fossa, nasal ala or
vestibule of the nose. They are usually asymptomatic but may become infected. Treatment is complete surgical excision by sublabial
approach, or transanal endoscopic marsupialization.
Case Report: Description of two cases, one female presenting as nasal deformity due to progressive growth of unilateral
nasolabial cyst, and a healthy young male presenting severe facial cellulitis, with a CT showing bilateral nasolabial cysts.
Discussion: Nasolabial cyst is a rare condition, but diagnosis and treatment are simple. Nasolabial cyst should be incorporated
by ENT in the differential diagnosis of nose deformities and facial swelling.