Orthotopic liver transplantation is frequently performed for patients with end-stage liver disease complicated by the development of small hepatocellular carcinomas (HCCs). Since the adaptation of the Milan criteria, the rate of posttransplantation recurrence has significantly decreased to a rate of 10%-20%. In the setting of recurrence after transplantation, survival rates are poor, with a median of 9 months. Survival can be extended with use of definitive therapies, most often surgical. The present report describes a patient with recurrent intrahepatic HCC after liver transplantation who was treated with radiofrequency ablation and has survived 24 months with normalization of alpha-fetoprotein levels and no evidence of viable tumor on imaging.