Ranula is a rare and benign extravasation mucocele that is clinically characterized by asymptomatic sublingual or submandibular masses. Surgical excision is considered the most effective treatment approach, but it has been associated with high invasiveness and several complications (hemorrhage, damage to Wharton’s duct, and lingual nerve injury). Over the past decade, more conservative therapies have been rapidly disseminated into clinical practice to seek a more effective and less traumatic approach for young patients. In this report, an 8-year-old female with an asymptomatic, recurrent sublingual ranula was treated using a conservative approach with marsupialization and an intracystic injection of a plaque remover (Hybenx® gel). After incision of the cystic dome, Hybenx® gel was applied into the cystic lumen for 20 seconds and then aspirated; next, the area was rinsed thoroughly with sterile saline solution before suturing. Ultrasound re-evaluation at 10 months and intraoral clinical examination at 24 months confirmed the absence of relapse. Our results support the hypothesis that marsupialization combined with intracystic injection of Hybenx® gel could be an encouraging conservative treatment alternative for recurrent sublingual ranula in children. Further randomized controlled trials are needed to test this hypothesis.