What I would sugget is to talk to your dental hygienist. The dentists seems to stay out of the hygiene realm on a frequent basis.
It is true though that meds can do devastating things to you mouth(teeth and soft tissue). Steroids especially.
Cortico-steroids tend to leach calcium from your bones, your teeth---extensions of bone.
Increase calcium (if your diet allows) take multivitamin/mineral supplements (as tolerated), talk to your dental professional about
whether you are bruxing or not. Bruxing is a nice dental term for those that like to grind their teeth. It happens. We all do it from time to time. But the human bite can fracture teeth even in healthy individuals. And if you are an occlusal guard may be needed.
On a side note. Without x-rays, and an intraoral exam being able to assist you with this question is difficult. Please take what I have stated as suggestions/food for thought and please seek your dental professionals advice /guidance.
Also, be sure to please give them a complete list of ALL meds and dosages of everything taht you are taking to include over the counter and herbals.
Only you can change your life. No one can do it for you.
Dx w/CD 12 years ago. Syptoms for two years prior. No meds until 2007 when I was hospitalized with a severe flare-up. Found a wonderful GI and since have been placed on: Pentasa 4 grams per day, Entocort prn, Cipro/Flagyl combo prn, tried Imuran but scared to go back, Osteopenia, B-12, modified diet (constantly), Multi-vitamin/mineral