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What's your 5-year-old's teeth situation?

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Old 09-20-04, 03:12 PM
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Default What's your 5-year-old's teeth situation?

I just discovered Kaylie's next set of molars are coming in. I'm embarrassed to admit I didn't realize they got them at 5 years! Kaylie has lost 3 teeth on the bottom (2 have come in, and they are so wide they bumped out 3), and both top front teeth (one is moving in nicely).

How many teeth has your kid lost? How about those molars, have they arrived yet?

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Old 09-20-04, 04:16 PM
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Daniel has the bottom front two loose. They have been for several months, but the new ones just aren't ready yet. When I took them to the dentist last week, he did x-rays on Daniel and it was really neat to see the "big people teeth" just below the baby ones. It won't be long the dentist said!

His top six-year molars are coming in. Not the bottoms yet.

I can't wait for him to lose some!!
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Old 09-20-04, 06:53 PM
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Emma has lost her bottom two teeth and her six year molars are starting to come in. So are Alex's so there is no rhyme or reason to this stuff!
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Raven 6 year molars came inthis summer two at a time and her two bottom from have come out and grown in she just lost the sec top front tooth it looks so weird to look at her she has such a gummy smile right now her brother Cole is 13 mo older and his molars are just comming in he has 3 of 4 he has lost 4 teath on the bottom and 3 on the top I feel like we loose a tooth every couple of weeks Katie
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Connor has not lost any teeth yet, and none even seem to be loose. Don't know about the molars, I need to check his mouth, but i'm sure he would have complained if they were coming in.
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