Thank you for the added information.
However,wiggly teeth/loose teeth suggest that the supporting structures of the tooth are weak.
The periodontal ligaments,the alveolar bone and the gums support the teeth .Periodontal disease generally affects the supporting tissues and as a result of that your teeth could become weak and could become loose.
Front teeth are generally not as strong as your back/molar
Hence ,the front teeth normally do appear more wiggly than the back teeth.Front teeth have only one root,whereas your back teeth have two or more roots.The overall periodontal support for your front teeth is generally less compared to back teeth.
Hence it is possible that there is no infection
,in your case.
You can visit your dentist again,for an examination.
You can ask him to to examine if there is any signs of periodontal disease like,presence of periodontal pockets,gum recession
,bleeding while probing,swollen gums,presence of calculus/tartar etc.
Xrays would reveal the present status of the underlying bone.
Please avoid biting onto hard foods with your front teeth ,till the status of these teeth is determined,as there is a possibility of further damage.
Please let me know if you have any doubts...........