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Thank you for all the information,I am sorry for your symptoms.Bluish color can be due to local or generalized problem.Colored food can cause it.But you have not taken any colored product.There can be systemic causes causing cyanosis.Lung causes like COPD, bronchitis, bronchiolitis, pneumonia, ILD, embolism can cause it.Heart issues like failure, cyanotic heart disorders can affect here.Other cause can be large doses of sedatives, seizures etc which you are not having.Again, you are not having cough, shortness of breath.You need to get an examination by doctor again.If he feels necessary, he can take further tests like blood gases, X ray, EKG, echo etc.I hope this information helps.If there’s anything else I can do, please let me know.Wish your good health.Please rate my answer excellent if you are satisfied with it.Regards.
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I do not think it is from dental work or anesthesia.
Local anesthesia or dental work will not cause poor blood supply or decrease in oxygen concentration locally.
It should have developed soon after the dental work.
White film can be from a fungal infection or yeast.
Mucus or food debris can be there.
Bad metallic taste can occur from infection, effect of medicines in your case.
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