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    Sharp Teeth + BJ = Scraped Cheeks + HIV Worry
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    BoCaBo posted:
    Sorry this is x-rated but it has to be to describe what happened...

    I hooked up with a guy three days ago. Gave each other oral sex. He came in my mouth.

    The next day, I noticed two cuts in my mouth on my inner cheeks, one on each side. They aren't STD sores. It's from my teeth. I wasn't imitating a Hoover. It just took a long time, and the wear and tear and suction must have made these little cuts.

    I'm terrified now. I'm going to get tested. I don't know the status of this guy (yeah, I know, I should have asked first). It's really awkward after the fact but I have to ask him. I know him and he is not that experienced (like me) but I know that doesn't mean anything, it only takes one time.

    If I end up HIV-, my lesser problem is what do I do about my teeth? They are pretty sharp. It's the teeth right behind the canines. I don't think it's a problem with my technique, I think I just have unusually sharp teeth.

    Can I get the dentist to smooth them down? And if I do, how? "Could you smooth these teeth down for me? I like sucking dick so much, they are scraping my cheeks." Is that even a thing dentists will do?
     
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    georgiagail responded:
    Sorry; I have no idea if your dentist would do that for the reason you describe.

    Gail


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