Gingivostomatitis (also known as primary herpetic Gingivostomatitis Orolabial Herpes) is a combination of gingivitis and stomatitis or inflammation of the mucosa of the mouth and gums. Gingivostomatitis Herpetica is the first presentation usually during the first herpes infection (primary). There is a greater severity of cold sores (fever blisters), the common presentations. Gingivostomatitis Herpetica is the most common viral infection of the mouth. Gingivostomatitis Herpetica primary (PHGS) is a clinically obvious primary infection virus herpes simplex virus (HSV), since the majority of primary infections are asymptomatic. PHGS are primarily caused by HSV-1 and affects mostly children. Prodromal symptoms such as fever, loss of appetite, irritability, malaise and headache occur before the disease. The disease has many bubbles yeastrol by the head of a PIN, that quickly covered breaks irregular shape to painful wounds with a yellow grey membrane. Decreases, halitosis and Lymphadenitis void pine are usually accidentally discovered. Gingivostomatitis symptoms in newborns may be wrongly rejected as teething. Randomly the eruption of the teeth begins, the babies the maternal protection of the antibodies to the herpes virus lose. In addition, the reports of children diseases reported remarkably consistent symptoms with oral primary herpetic infection such as fever, irritability, insomnia and difficulty in eating. . Younger children with a higher residual sugar antibodies may suffer mild infections, and they would rather go unnoticed or dismissed as teething problems are. . Gingivostomatitis must be distinguished from Herpangina, another disease, which often causes ulcers in the mouth of children, but is caused by Coxsackie A virus, instead of a herpes virus. Gingivostomatitis Herpetica, injury can be found in these places, but is almost always accompanied by sores on the gums, lips, mouth or tongue or hyperemia, hypertrophy or bleeding gums. The treatment includes fluid intake, good oral hygiene and gentle Debridement of mouth. In healthy individuals, the lesions heal spontaneously in 7 to 14 days without SCAR and; .