1) Persistent Gingivitis
Are your gums tender and discoloured? You might have persistent gingivitis; a prequel to legitimate periodontal disease. If you’re lazy about caring for your gums with regular cleanings, careful brushing, and flossing, your gums might recede and cause a loose tooth. There is good news, though. You can reverse gingivitis by stepping up your daily routine.
2) Malposition of the Teeth
Malposition of the teeth can cause an irregular bite that puts too much pressure on one of your pearly whites, especially if you grind your teeth. Ligaments hold your smile in place, and they can stretch and loosen quite easily. Your dentist will try to correct the problem by making you a bite guard, but you’ll enjoy a more permanent solution by asking him to reshape your teeth.
3) Injuries to the Tooth
If you’re a sporty person who takes a regular knocking as an athlete, a traumatic injury could have caused your loose tooth. 84% of children don’t wear mouth guards, which keep your teeth in place and resist tears. If you have a cracked tooth, your dentist might be able to fix the problem. Fractured roots are a little harder to cure, but the faster you rush to the dentist, the easier it’ll be to treat. Injuries to the tooth aren’t always obvious, so you should always make a dentist appointment the moment you notice any pain.