I've recently been noticing that my son's teeth are discolored. At the gum it looks like there is some kind of build up that does not come off. It may be enamal that isn't covering his entire tooth, and the color of it is not pearly white, it's sort of off white leaning towards brown but not totally brown. The bottoms are whitish purple and seem almost translucent.
He doesn't get a bottle and never has. He drinks water is a tiny tiny amount of apple juice in it for flavor all day long. He brushes his teeth (with me) at least three times a day, because he loves to brush his teeth.
He's been taking a prescription vitamin that has fluoride and iron in it. When he was younger he had severe yeast infections that I had to give him Diflucan for. I am wondering if this is the result of the medications or if anyone who has had experience with this might know something about it?
Asked by Anonymous at 8:40 AM on May. 1, 2010 in Kids' Health
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