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Dentists Admit They Can Tell If A Patient Has Given A Blowjob—And The Internet Is Totally Shook

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With the obvious exceptions, most of us assume that our medical providers only know about our sex lives what we actually tell them, right?

Well, if you've been operating under that assumption, allow us to disabuse you of it. Turns out, your dentist totally knows if you're out here giving blowjobs

Are you freaking out yet?

If so, you're not alone. TikTokers with, let's say "active social lives" have been left gasping (sorry) about it for days.

It all began with this video from TikToker Cian McBrien in which he shares the startling revelation.

In an onscreen caption, McBrien wrote:

"Just found out the dentist can find out whether someone has given [head] or not I'm screaminggggg"

Now we hear what you're saying, "yeah sure, this has to be fake," right?

WRONG!

After McBrien's TikTok began going viral, leaving many people wondering if this rumor is true, several dentists and dental hygienists began weighing in. And it turns out? They absolutely know what you've been up to.

As a dental hygienist, @Mandimaeee, shared in a viral response to McBrien's TikTok, there's a bit of bruising to the soft palate that ensues when engaging in a bit of, um, oral socializing if you will.

As @Mandimaeee explained:

"To say that I'd be able to tell if you did it three years ago? No. But if you did it recently and you were a little bit aggressive about it ... Some individuals might have, um, bruising to the palate, if you know what I'm saying."

So what exactly is going on in your mouth that puts your business in the streets?

Well, as one dentist, @thyrants, explained in response to McBrien's TikTok, it all comes down to something called "Fellatio-associated erythema of the soft palate," which sounds like a horrifying STI, but thankfully is not.

It's just a simple, harmless—if telltale—condition.

@thyrants #stitch with @cianmcbrien yeah but we aren't going to really give anyone hassle about it. #dentist #oralhealth
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As @thyrants put it:

"Yeah, sometimes we can tell. And it's usually bruising on the soft palate called petechiae. But unless the patient's really young or shows signs of abuse, we don't care."

But if that doesn't really make you feel any less shook, you're not alone.

People on TikTok have been left in shock regardless of the dental professionals' blasé attitude.

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So there you have it. Your dentist already knows all your business, so you might as well lean in.