Maxillary Antral is an uncommon neck and skull malignancy which doesn’t show any indications because of its hidden location – it is confined behind the maxillary sinus. Indications of Maxillary Antral may include unilateral obstruction and stiffness, pain resembling toothache, ulceration of taste, diplopia, proptosis and blood tinged nasal release. Generally, maxillary antral sinus washout is performed to remove the maxillary sinus of infectious drainage. The washout is performed on patients who are more prone to sinus infections.