Going to a new dentist and during cleaning he suggested to put a filling along the gum line at my bridge. My old dentist called it an air pocket and did the same for my upper bridge. My upper bridge has had no problem in 18 years. Upon starting this he checked the bridge, ie: wiggled it and pulled on it to see how secure it was. After pushing it up from under 4 times it came loose on the smaller front tooth and now he wants to replace it. Is it possible to salvage it as I have to come up with $2000 out of pocket after insurance? He insists he has to saw it off and make a new one. This same bridge was replaced about 9 years ago when I had a root canal because that dentist said he could not drill through a bridge and had to redo the bridge. I have had no problems before this and my teeth never hurt. I brush and floss and use mouthwash 2 times a day. I keep my teeth very clean and now I am at a loss for so much money again. My old dentist moved out of town that is why I had to find another one. Thank you in advance for the reply.