Discoloured mouth

J4ckdaw-

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Leo
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It’s hard to see but he’s got some discolouration around his back teeth, he hasn’t been fed fruit in months so I can’t see how it would be tooth rot… if it is that, how do I counter it?
 

J4ckdaw-

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Leo
I don't see anything to be concerned about but we can have cooperdragon look
@CooperDragon
It’s hard to see from the picture but there was some orange-brown tint around the gums, his teeth seem fine though. If it is an issue like tooth rot or mouth rot it isn’t far in terms of problematic development.
 

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