Gingivitis is the least of this underprivileged Third World occupant’s concerns. She appears to suffer from oral myiasis; a rare condition where insect eggs of certain dipteran flies become implanted in a person’s mouth. It is mostly reported in developing countries and in the tropics; believed to have been filmed by doctors in India.
Festering larvae can be seen slithering around the woman’s rotten gnashers. The patient appears to be knocked out during the procedure as a tube delivers anesthetic gas through her nose. Her breathing is labored while dental surgeons work to remove oral infestation.