Re: Large lump over front teeth?
You do need to get to a dentist ASAP. It's doubtful if your wisdom teeth are causing this. When they erupt they will crowd teeth and make them go crooked but they can't get a front tooth infected from this. If the tooth is already loose you may be loosing bone support from the infection. Only your dentist will know this after he takes an xray. How much bone supporting the tooth and the teeth on either side will determine the next step.
Many times a through cleaning will tighten the tooth up but if too much bone is lost you will have to make a decision as to what to do next. A bridge may work if both teeth on either side have enough bone to support a bridge or an implant where the one tooth is replaced is a great choice. Once too much bone is lost, the tooth will eventually just fall out.
Hopefully, there will still be enough bone to help tighten the tooth back up. Whatever you do, DON'T wiggle it! You can only do more damage.
PLEASE make an appt sooner rather than later. That tooth's future and the neighboring ones depends on it.
Good luck and let us know how you do.
My best to you,