Linear gingival erythema (LGE), HIV gingivitis. Increased gingival hemorrhage appears in about one month after HIV contamination, it can disappear in 3-4 weeks, but soon it anticipates again. The gums are ruby, puffy, with necrotising edges. The most frequently damaged area is the anterior teeth region, but the cheektooth mucosa can also inflame. The course of necrotized ulcerative HIV gingivitis often progresses, thus leading to the loss of the gums soft tissues and osseous structures.

HIV symptoms in men: Linear gingival erythema, HIV gingivitis