I also posted this in the ENT section but will put here too
I recently noticed that the roof of my mouth (hard part) is sort of whitish, and so is the skin on the gums above my upper molars. I have never really looked up there before with any good light so I am not sure how long it was like that or it is just normal. It does not hurt and I have no sores up there or anything like that, just the colour bothers me. Should I worry about it or can this be considered normal.
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Is it sensitive skin or something else?