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No, this is not related to Gabapentin, as this is not mentioned as a documented side effect of this drug.
I suggest to have a dentist evaluation done to look for other possible causes for this problem.
There are number of reasons for the teeth to undergo crumbling, most common being the faulty enamel of the teeth. Nearly all of them related directly to your teeth (not secondary to any systemic disease or illness).
Your dentist can best decide what kind of tests he need to run on your blood, but you can inform them that this is not related to gabapentin.
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