Lipoma may occur in any parts of the body where adipose tissue is present, but is rarely found in the oral cavity. It is designated as a fibrolipoma when the fibrous connective tissue forms a more significant part of the tumor. Recently, we encountered three cases of fibrolipoma: the first case occurred in the left buccal mucosa, the second case occurred at the right margin of the tongue, and the third case at the right hard palate. Clinically, these tumors were diagnosed as fibromas and were excised under local anesthesia. Pathologically, the specimens revealed a picture of fibrolipoma.