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Greyish blue spots on my gums no dental work frnt bottom gum onlg?

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Dr. Harlan Wilson
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Periodontal

Lower front gums, behind and front, is usually where the heaviest buildup of calculus, hardened plaque occurs.
See your general dentist to get a definitive diagnosis and maybe a professional cleaning may save the problem.

In brief: Periodontal

Lower front gums, behind and front, is usually where the heaviest buildup of calculus, hardened plaque occurs.
See your general dentist to get a definitive diagnosis and maybe a professional cleaning may save the problem.
Dr. Harlan Wilson
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Dr. Randolph Todd
Dentistry - Endodontics
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In brief: Need more info

Various conditions, some normal some pathologic can cause discoloration of the "gum" tissues.
Blue -grey spots are frequently a result of a fleck of amalgam filling material getting embedded in the tissues. Even though you indicate no dental work in the area, it would be best to visit your dentist to have it more carefully evaluated.

In brief: Need more info

Various conditions, some normal some pathologic can cause discoloration of the "gum" tissues.
Blue -grey spots are frequently a result of a fleck of amalgam filling material getting embedded in the tissues. Even though you indicate no dental work in the area, it would be best to visit your dentist to have it more carefully evaluated.
Dr. Randolph Todd
Dr. Randolph Todd
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