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Basically The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) considers open-mouth kissing as having a remote and a low risk for transmitting HIV. Saliva is an extremely poor carrier of HIV, hence kissing, sucking, and licking the lips, mouth, and tongue are basically safe. So the risk is very very small, hence testing is recommended just as a routine and for peace of mind. However the risk is so low from deep kissing that this is taken as "essentially nonexistent risk." Also there has never been a documented case of HIV which was proved to be transmitted by kissing, with or without sores, bleeding, gum disease. Therefore in your case the way you have described there is no risk for transmission of HIV to you.
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