Your dentist can tell the last time you gave oral sex

A revelation has ignited TikTok in recent hours. Your dentist can know if you have recently given a blowjob just by looking inside your mouth.

Your Dentist Can Tell the Last Time You Gave Oral Sex
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Each occupation has its own little well-kept secrets. And regularly, social networks may offer us an entry point into certain professions' daily lives. This is particularly the case on TikTok where several users reveal behind the scenes of their job. And if you thought that certain professions were no more mysterious than that, you were wrong. Among them you can find dentists. They can know very intimate details about you just by looking inside your mouth. We werent ready for this revelation, and neither are you.

They know what you did

It all started with a TikTok video by user Cian Mcbrien. He simply posted a message in which he said:

I just found out that the dentist can tell if someone has given a blowjob or not. I am screaming.

Needless to say, in just a few hours, the reactions multiplied. Most people wondered if this was indeed possible. Luckily, TikTok-loving dentists came to their rescue and it turned out to be quite true.

This detail that tells it all

A licensed dental hygienist, going by the name of Mandimaeee, said she could tell from a specific area in her mouth.

Can we tell if you did it three years ago? No. But if you've been doing it recently and been a little aggressive… Some people can get a bruise on the palate.

Then, Dr. Huzefa Kapadia, a dentist in Michigan, took the time to explain a little more.

Palatine petechiae. This is what it is called. It's like sucking on a lollipop. One or two here and there, no problem to be had. But if you do it with multiple, multiple, multiple, multiple lollipops, then you get problems. This will cause palatine petechiae. It's a haematoma and irritation in the soft palate.

If a lot of people have been worried about whether this little secret is going to be revealed, then don't worry. Dr. Huzefa Kapadia explained that dentists never pointed out this detail except when they suspect an abusive relationship on the part of the patient.