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My seven year old son has a new tooth that has turned black. Whats going on?

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My seven year old son has a new tooth that has turned black. Whats going on?

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This is most likely due to the staining of the pellicle. The pellicle is a coating that can form on newly erupted teeth. This can discolor on its own or due to the patient’s diet. It does no damage and is easily polished off.

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