Breaded dragon mouth white

granbrya

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Hi, this is savage. I have had him for almost a year now and these past two weeks, I notice this white stuff around his mouth. At first I thought it was him shedding but it’s not and He doesn’t have a vet appointment until two weeks from . I’m just trying to get some suggestions on what I should do until his vet appointment.
 

granbrya

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This is what his mouth currently looks like. He is also experiencing some crust from like dried up Slava .
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That is shed, let it do it's thing
 

granbrya

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That is shed, let it do it's thing
Okay, thank you . i also see some redness on the tip of his bottom mouth and also redness underneath the white areas.. I just want to ensure that he is okay and that he doesn’t have mouth rot or any kind of illness.
 

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Is he by chance hypo? My hypo"s get the red underneath
 

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I think he is all good, it just looks like normal shed to me.
 

fcooper

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It's normal. Some colors of dragons have pinkish white mouths and others have a yellowish tinge but they are both OK.
 

Asper

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This is what his mouth currently looks like. He is also experiencing some crust from like dried up Slava .
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My only worry honestly is the underbite. Has it always been that way or is it recently developed ? Some beardies just have underbites genetically and it’s super cute, but some develop them if they are absorbing enough calcium. But if you have a good uvb tube and feed them calcium rich foods without too many oxalates it’s probably just the beardie being his cute self.
 

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My only worry honestly is the underbite. Has it always been that way or is it recently developed ? Some beardies just have underbites genetically and it’s super cute, but some develop them if they are absorbing enough calcium. But if you have a good uvb tube and feed them calcium rich foods without too many oxalates it’s probably just the beardie being his cute self.
Aren’t absorbing**
 

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