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Old Jan 20th, 2017, 13:14 PM   11
SophiasMummy
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My DD was 5 and half when she lost her first tooth. She lost the bottom fronts first within a week of each other and recently lost another bottom as the new big teeth pushed it out. Her top front have been wobbly for about 3 months so waiting for those to go.

Though she won't touch them so they have to come out on their own. First one I helped out because it was holding on by a thread, second fell out while brushing teeth and third came out while she was eating pizza at school.

Oh and her 6 year old molars came through a couple months back



 
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Old Jan 20th, 2017, 13:27 PM   12
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My DD was 5 and half when she lost her first tooth. She lost the bottom fronts first within a week of each other and recently lost another bottom as the new big teeth pushed it out. Her top front have been wobbly for about 3 months so waiting for those to go.

Though she won't touch them so they have to come out on their own. First one I helped out because it was holding on by a thread, second fell out while brushing teeth and third came out while she was eating pizza at school.

Oh and her 6 year old molars came through a couple months back
Oh you're braver than I helping her, I couldn't even look at it wobble ha! DS1 was the same, took a little while as he didn't wiggle it.



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Old Jan 21st, 2017, 13:26 PM   13
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I lost my first tooth just after I turned 5. 5 or 6 is the usual age for kids to start losing their teeth.

It has just occurred to me that as DS1 is 5 this year and therefore may start losing his teeth and I haven't really mentioned to him yet that they fall out and you grow new ones!



 
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Old Jan 21st, 2017, 13:27 PM   14
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Yes, by the way, they will lose all of their baby teeth. They fall out progressively over a few years and I think most kids have lost all their baby teeth around age 12.



 
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Old Jan 22nd, 2017, 04:08 AM   15
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These graphs show when the baby teeth fall out and when the adult teeth erupt, these are just averages and the age can vary lot, I have seen 4 year olds that have started to lose baby teeth but I have also seen 9 year olds that havent lost any.

http://www.mouthhealthy.org/en/az-to...ruption-charts



 
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Old Jan 24th, 2017, 08:30 AM   16
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My DD was 5 and half when she lost her first tooth. She lost the bottom fronts first within a week of each other and recently lost another bottom as the new big teeth pushed it out. Her top front have been wobbly for about 3 months so waiting for those to go.

Though she won't touch them so they have to come out on their own. First one I helped out because it was holding on by a thread, second fell out while brushing teeth and third came out while she was eating pizza at school.

Oh and her 6 year old molars came through a couple months back
Oh you're braver than I helping her, I couldn't even look at it wobble ha! DS1 was the same, took a little while as he didn't wiggle it.
If I hadn't helped she would've swallowed it in the night else I wouldn't of touched it. Wobbly teeth have always freaked me out (apart from my own)



 
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Old Jan 24th, 2017, 09:07 AM   17
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Oh gosh I didn't even think of that :/



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Old Jan 24th, 2017, 10:10 AM   18
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My big 2 have both swallowed one!



 
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Old Jan 29th, 2017, 01:53 AM   19
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What does the "tooth fairy" do with teeth?

I currently have DSs first tooth in a money bag and can't decide if I should just bin it or not.



 
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