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Loose adult tooth. How do I get it anchored down?

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Dr. Gregory LaMorte
Dentistry - Periodontics
1 doctor agrees

In brief: You need care

You need a periodontist to determine the cause of the problem and offer treatment options.

In brief: You need care

You need a periodontist to determine the cause of the problem and offer treatment options.
Dr. Gregory LaMorte
Dr. Gregory LaMorte
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Dr. Jake Richards
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Not sure if can

Why is it loose? Trauma or just getting that way? If no trauma then go see your dentist and likely you have periodontal issues with that tooth and may not be able to get it anchored.

In brief: Not sure if can

Why is it loose? Trauma or just getting that way? If no trauma then go see your dentist and likely you have periodontal issues with that tooth and may not be able to get it anchored.
Dr. Jake Richards
Dr. Jake Richards
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Dr. Emile Waked
Dentistry

In brief: Sign of Gum disease

A loose adult tooth, if not resulting from direct trauma, is usually sign of gum disease or traumatic occlusion.
The proper diagnosis need to be made and a comprehensive treatment plan discussed with the patient. Please seek your oral health professional for care.

In brief: Sign of Gum disease

A loose adult tooth, if not resulting from direct trauma, is usually sign of gum disease or traumatic occlusion.
The proper diagnosis need to be made and a comprehensive treatment plan discussed with the patient. Please seek your oral health professional for care.
Dr. Emile Waked
Dr. Emile Waked
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