A 22-year-old male patient of road traffic accident reported to the Department of Oral & Maxillofacial Surgery with a complaint of pain and difficulty in chewing for the past two days. His chief complaint was a pain in the jaw since the day of the trauma. Clinical examination revealed swelling in the submental region, blood-stained saliva and disturbed dental occlusion with mandibular arch collapsed anteriorly. CT scan showed a fracture in the parasymphysis with overlapping of the fractured fragments. Intraorallyopen reduction and two miniplate fixations were done under local anesthesia.