Posted on Nov 14, 2022 File ID 36217528 | © Ramzi Hachicho | Dreamstime.com
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Typically, most children start losing their baby teeth around the age of six. However, you can never pinpoint the exact age your child’s teeth will start falling out. If your child hasn’t lost any of their baby teeth or the adult tooth has erupted before the baby tooth has fallen out, bring your child to the pediatric dentist in Columbus, Ohio.
Did you know that in most cases, the children’s teeth falling out pattern is the same as the baby teeth eruption pattern? Mind-blowing right? In simpler words, this means that your child’s baby teeth will fall out in the same order that they came in, which means that the two front teeth (incisors) are likely to be the first ones to fall out as soon as your child turns four.
It usually takes a few weeks for a tooth to become loose and naturally
For more information, schedule an appointment at Little Smiles of Delaware today!