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|Hello, on my front molars, there is alot of cracks the enamel,
the gums in the upper and lower front are purple in different areas, I have a semi-dark
complexion. Is it something to worry about??
Since I can not examine you, I strongly recommend visiting your local dentist. The cracks in your enamel may simply be natural 'craze lines' which we all get in our teeth, or they may be more significant. Purple gums are often a sign of the gingivae turning cyanotic, an advanced state of inflammation. This inflammation is often due to a buildup of plaque and calculus in the area and a definite sign to have your teeth cleaned and begin a regularly brushing AND flossing regimen. Good luck!
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