Why Do My Teeth Wiggle?

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The reason that your teeth may wiggle could be from a few different things. It could be from gum disease, soft tissue disease or tooth disease. It is important to have proper dental hygiene of brushing and flossing every day. if you find your teeth are wiggling you should visit a dentist for a checkup.
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Because you don't brush them and they are slowly dying and losing mass.
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Teeth that wiggle are a sign of gum
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The roots of your teeth have rotted due to poor dental hygiene. There is no treatment for this.
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PRAY! my son's 6yr's and so far the only permanent teeth he has is the two bottom; which came in slightly discolored. looks gray at times and yellowish other times. they also wiggled
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