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Teeth turning black at gum line

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Hi Doc, there is a black line on the gum between one of the lower front teeth in my 17 months old baby. There is no swelling however the XXXXXXX seems to be half way the gum vertically. Please can you ...

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. Part of the gum has a horizontal purple/blue line over a couple of the teeth. What concerns me is that there is a white line running vertically down the gum. I had initially saw a white dot near or at the sight ...

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I have not seen my 76 year old mother in law in 3 weeks when we saw her today her face around her nose and hair line is turning black and she is Caucasian. Is this site legit or did I just get taken ...

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Hi. Dr. Honey XXXXXXX I see my teeth are turning to the black recently, i do not have any habit of chewing pan or gum, no smoking and alcohol, no coffee habit but i drink tea, i do not eat sweets or cakes ...

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Black line at tooth/gum junction, no symptoms ...

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I am very concerned about my teeth turning black at the gum line. It also looks like ... depressive disorder and have Fibromyalgia. Why is this happening to my teeth? ...

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My front two bottom teeth are starting to turn black at the gum line. Some of my top teeth are as well. Any reason why this is happening? Suggestions on how to stop it or slow it down? I use to drink ...

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I have several teeth on the bottom that are turning black at the gum line, what is causing ... or they will tell me to put dentures in but I m only 44. I brush my teeth twice a day and use mouth wash also. ...

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Hi. I m a black male 24 years old. My gum located around my lower teeth is normal. A pink color. But just around the lower teeth, if you look at it further down a black color on the begging of the gum ...

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another tooth which I did silver filling long time ago.its paining now .that teeth is becoming black. 2/3days ago I noticed a white lining in my mouth under cheeks. Please help me. What is it. ...

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I am 29 year old and 3 of my teeth right under the gum line are turning black. I have never had any cavites or major problems with my teeth. I am a smoker so I thought maybe that could have something to do ...

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hello there, Just today I noticed that my gum both on upper and lower row of my teeth are turning almost black. What could be the possible. If this helps: I smoke regularly and drink as well. But I have ...

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My bottom gums behind my teeth are turning black. Could it be cancerous? My teeth aren t in the best shape, but I brush daily. It seemed to have happened over a period of maybe nine or ten months. I ...

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Hi. I have recently noticed my husband s gums are turning a purple colored black. Its not the whole gum, and it almost looks like you could wipe it off. His teeth are really good other than that. He ...

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I have recently in the last 3 days or so found black outlining my teeth at the gum line. It does not come off by just brushing, Could this be from medications even though I have been on them for some time ...

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doctor1 MD

Welcome to HCM Infection – probably anaerobic bacteria or fungus – is most likely Appropriate treatment demands accurate diagnosis And diagnosis demands examination; probably investigation too; get examined Consult a Dentist Regards

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lines on theeth or gum is suggestive of nutritional deficiencies or metal toxicity. A consulation to dentist can be helpful.

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Hi With your qyery, it looks like hard deposits are called calculus as such these deposits are not good in maintaining the gingival or gum health.These are responsible for causing gingival inflammation leading to periodontal destruction which are the key support to give support to the teeth and hold them firmly in the socket.Hence, I request you to visit your dentist and get them cleaned.