Mandibular condyle aplasia is an anomaly which usually manifests in association with various syndromes. When not seen in
conjunction with any other developmental anomalies, it is an extremely rare condition. Only a few cases of Non syndromic condylar
aplasia have been reported in literature till date. Proper diagnosis along with differentiation from the syndromic cases is important as
treatment plan and prognosis for each varies. The aim of this article is to present a peculiar type of mandibular asymmetry with non
syndromic condylar aplasia; frequently misdiagnosed as Hemi facial microsomia or Treacher Collins syndrome (syndromic aplasia).