Several treatment protocols for medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ) have been published. Despite the efficacy of surgical therapy of approximately 90% as primary therapy, the role of other agents, such as drug administration, should not be underestimated. Based on previous experience with osteoradionecrosis, the association of pentoxifylline and tocopherol has shown encouraging results in MRONJ patients. Despite the need for long-term use of the combination, compliance has been good. However, studies in breast cancer patients revealed that pentoxifylline can require dose reduction or discontinuation due to nausea and epigastric pain. Cilostazol has been used as a substitute for pentoxifylline in peripheral artery disease. Herein we report a case in which cilostazol replaced pentoxifylline at a dose of 100mg, 2 times/day with tocopherol 500UI, 2 times/day, in a 77-year-old female patient that could not tolerate pentoxifylline for the management of MRONJ. After an uneventful 22 months of follow-up, a cone-beam computed tomography revealed complete bone formation and no signs of recurrence. Cilostazol may be a useful and safe alternative to pentoxifylline as part of MRONJ management protocols.