A 63 year-old lady presented with a 10-year history of left sided facial pain. Pain was described as over the left maxilla with radiation to the left eye and over the left side of the head. The severe pain was intermittent and described as sharp, shooting and electrical like in nature. It was aggravated by, brushing her teeth, touching her face, eating, drinking, and cold wind. She had some associated blurred vision. She denied any hearing impairment. There was no numbness of the face. The pain did not cross the midline or affect the right side of the face.