I want to know why my gum turned dark? My upper gum is totally pink. I noticed it when my teeth started to hurt as if they were subjected to electricity. At first the gum, all of my lower gum turned dark. And now the darkness is only a much thinner line. But what annoyed me a lot is that under one of my teeth the gum became much lower than the other teeth and its root hurts. It started to move out of it's place and it kind of became lower than the other teeth. I have low blood pressure and i am not taking my medication very regularly. Could my blood pressure be the reason? P.S: I am 30 years old and there is no way that my wisdom teeth is the reason that caused my tooth to move the way it did. Dentists seem to got no clue about what's going on with my teeth please heeeeeelllllllllllllllllllllllllllpppppp…

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  • Dr.Ritz

    Dr.Ritz 29 - December - 2009, at 20:07 PM

  • It can be because of the traumatic occlusion. In that lower teeth strike the upper teeth when in occlusion and because of that the gums receede and the movement of the teeth take place but with out seeing the case one can not be sure of the diagnosis. You can visit the dentist who will do the treatment for the traumatic occlusion. If you want to know more about the dental topics you can browse our website

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