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A previously healthy seventeen-year-old male, with intermittent smoking habits, presented to the emergency department with a 3-day history of gingival pain, with progressive aggravation. He denied fever, gingival bleeding or other symptoms. No history of recent infection was reported. He reported poor dental care. [...]
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