Possible scale rot?

I have a young bearded dragon that has never had any health issues in the past. Upon looking under his chin one day I noticed this grey patch which is not normally there. I tried washing it off gently but it didn’t remove the mark. I am a bit concerned that this may be scale rot. Besides the discolouration he behaves normally, is eating and alert.
 

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I have a young bearded dragon that has never had any health issues in the past. Upon looking under his chin one day I noticed this grey patch which is not normally there. I tried washing it off gently but it didn’t remove the mark. I am a bit concerned that this may be scale rot. Besides the discolouration he behaves normally, is eating and alert.
He's going to shed
 

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