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DD has a tooth growing behind her milk teeth, doesnt have wobbly teeth yet...

(5 Posts)
Sensitivechildminder Thu 13-Aug-09 09:43:08

Shall I take her to the dentist ? Will she need to have milk teeth extracted to make room for the big tooth growing ???

LIZS Thu 13-Aug-09 09:44:41

Sounds noirmal , the new one will gradually displace the old and make it wobbly.

Sparks Thu 13-Aug-09 09:47:13

Entirely normal, my dd had this. The dentist was not worried.

Sensitivechildminder Thu 13-Aug-09 10:03:41

So no need to take her to the dentist then ? Thank you ladies !

TheInvisibleManDidIt Thu 13-Aug-09 10:07:00

It's fine aslong as the baby one falls out eventually.
This is the way ds1's teeth grow in.

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