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Greetings - Subtitles are not a function of the TV but are provided by the media your watching (if the source has subtitles at all). They come from either the TV broadcast, DVD or whatever other video source you watch.
Are you sure you don't mean Closed Captioning (CC) instead?
If the lettering on the subtitles or the picture quality are good as always dont worry about the line ,I doubt it will get worse.Try using a DVD cleaner for peace of mind and because you say the DVD is use it a lot.