I have a 7'0" that has a slight crease/buckle on the top of my board. It's barely visible but does extend from rail to rail (middle section of board). It is delaminating (slightly) on both sides of the stringer but has no visible damage to the stringer or foam. It's a relatively new board and I have ridden it once since I noticed the crease. Question: Cutting out the loose glass seems like overkill, should I do it anyways? I want to maintain the overall integrity and strength of the board and will be doing the repair myself. I am not a master at ding repair but have some experience and am not afraid to "get after it ". Any help greatly appreciated.