Clicking teeth

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    Hello I was hoping to find solace and help. I have already been to three different dentists and have received a clean bill of tooth health. I am totally convinced my teeth click when I push against my upper front teeth. I was told that teeth have a natural 'shock absorber' and by another one that basically is in my head. I am trying with extreme self control not to push behind these upper teeth with my tongue. It does not happen all the time. Can any body shed some light as to what to do? I feel insecure about writing this post but it truly has me a little freaked out. Thank you.
     
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    When you say you are pushing, what are you pushing with?
     
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    My tongue. I push against the back of my teeth. They dont click all the time, but it freaks me out. Dentists say that not all teeth are permanently cemented in our gums. I was told that teeth have like a shock absorber. Thank you for responding.
     
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