A 17-year-old boy is recovering after having 232 "teeth-like structures" removed from his mouth in what officials believe could be a world record operation.
Ashik Gavai, from Buldhana in Western India, baffled local doctors after suffering swelling and discomfort in his lower jaw for around 18 months.
After they were unable to diagnose his condition he was sent to Mumbai, where medics established he had Complex Odontoma, a rare condition that causes numerous teeth to grow on one gum.
Ashik's father says his son experienced a burning sensation every time he ate something on the right side of his mouth.
With the operation complete, surgeons at the Mumbai hospital now think the number of teeth they extracted may be a world record.