A laceration of gingivae is a wound or cut to the oral gums. Often times, a Laceration of Gingivae comes as a result of an injury from a sharp object or a sports related injury. A Laceration of Gingivae due to sports accidents can most often be prevented by use of a mouth guard. In most cases, a Laceration of Gingivae will be able to heal on its own, but in some cases, stitches are required.
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