4 year old has already lost two milk teeth

Eva - posted on 04/25/2011 ( 5 moms have responded )

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My 4 year old daughter (born Jan 1st 2007) lost one tooth last January and today lost her second milk tooth. From what I know the normal age of losing milk teeth is around the age of 6. Does anyone know if this is normal? Have you ever heard of this? Please give me your opinion!

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Elizabeth - posted on 05/10/2011

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Every child is different ..if you are concerned speak with your dentist..but I can tell you he/she won't do anything. My oldest daughter lost her first 2 teeth (bottom front) at 4 yrs also.

Kelly - posted on 05/10/2011

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I was born with 2 teeth and I lost all my milk teeth early. And my daughter is doing the same. And the dentist told me she has healthy teeth. Apart from her grinding lol. Its getting really common now for little ones losing their teeth early x

Eva - posted on 04/26/2011

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Thanks a million for your answers. It really helps hearing about other experiences... The only thing is that it's so weird seeing her without two teeth... she looks much older! Thanks again!

Shannon - posted on 04/26/2011

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My daughter has lost and gained all her teeth fairly early. At the age of 9, she has lost almost all her baby teeth and her 12 year molars are coming in. Don't worry. You have a healthy child.

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kids are all different I have seen a baby who was born with two teeth already. If she was a young age when she started cutting her baby teeth I would expect it early. Best advice ask a dentist.

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