Are my teeth supposed to wobble by a tiny bit?

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Or should I be concerned?
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Depends on what you mean by a tiny bit. Teeth usually have a small amount of wiggle room (0.2mm) but anything more than that would be a cause for concern. Which tooth? How old are you?
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I’ll message you on your blog tomorrow hopefully I haven’t forgotten :console:
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Depends on what you mean by a tiny bit. Teeth usually have a small amount of wiggle room (0.2mm) but anything more than that would be a cause for concern. Which tooth? How old are you?
Meso to the rescue :woo:
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I’ll message you on your blog tomorrow hopefully I haven’t forgotten :console:
No worries. Whenever you're free is fine. There's no rush at all :hugs:

Edit: I just realised you said that yesterday, but what I said still stands :lol:
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