I have receding gums around my lower front teeth which are badly overcrowded. My gums do not bleed when I floss or brush, but I feel like they are loose and will fall out. The dentist said that they are fine, but at night I feel like they click. Can you please help me?
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I went through your query and attached images (attachment removed to protect the patient's identity). It shows that they are crowded. So, brushing is not proper, and as a result, tartar and stains have developed on the tooth. These tartar and stains are responsible for receding gums.
This will help with your issue and revert to healthy gums.
I hope it was helpful.
Thank you doctor for the advice.
I have an appointment with a gum specialist, and also I am planning on getting my teeth aligned. My main concern, for now, is if my lower front teeth will fall out. Is this possible, or am I over worrying?
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I hope it helped and relieved you from the worries. I will be pleased to help again. Kindly let me know if any further queries.
Stay safe and stay healthy.
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