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Dental Health :
Loose Teeth

Loose teeth in adults are caused by gum disease, malocclusion (teeth meeting the wrong way during chewing), habitual grinding of teeth, or injury. They need to be attended to by a dentist to prevent the teeth becoming looser and falling off.

Join this online group on loose teeth to learn more from dentists and others who have had loose teeth treated.

 

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