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The current case report presents a rare oral pathology of Oral Focal Mucinosis (OFM). The patient developed marginal gingival inflammation subsequent to esthetic crown lengthening surgery. The differential diagnosis included candidal infection, foreign body gingivitis, and Desquamative Gingivitis (DG). An incisional biopsy was performed, indicating a definitive histopathological diagnosis of OFM. OFM is a lesion developing due to over production of hyaluronic acid by fibroblasts, compromisingdoi:10.17140/doj-2-124 fatcat:i2uoitd7jjewfepymvt3esdviu