Ossification of the Anterior Longitudinal Ligament (OALL) in the cervical spine is a common entity but rarely causes dysphagia, dyspnea, and dysphonia. We report an OALL case which causes such symptoms. A 47-year-old female patient had a complaint of progressive difficulty swallowing for two months. A cervical X-ray and Computerized Tomography (CT) scan were taken afterward, which showed OALL at the C3-7 level. She then had esophageal endoscopy to rule out other dysphagia-related disorders. The patient underwent anterior osteotomy via anterior cervical approach with significant relief of dysphagia postoperatively.