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What age did your child lose their first milk tooth?

(15 Posts)
Pinotmum Sat 28-May-05 20:06:20

My dd will be 5 yo in October and already has one wobbly front bottom tooth. I was quite shocked when she showed me but she's excited about the tooth fairy's impending visit. What age was your child/ren when they lost their first tooth?

essbee Sat 28-May-05 20:07:03

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Pinotmum Sat 28-May-05 20:08:52

Maybe the second one won't grow till she's 7 yo I'm getting neurotic now.

whatsaregular Sat 28-May-05 20:09:27

my DD lost hers at 5 - she is 6 now and they are nearly grown back again.

LIZS Sat 28-May-05 20:30:01

ds @ 6 1/2 last October - still only lost first 2 and he has already turned 7 ! The replacements grew through before the others came out by a few months.

butterflymum Sat 28-May-05 20:50:27

Eldest son (8yrs 2mths) lost his first milk tooth about a week or so ago (mind you, it was loosened when he fell from a friend's trampoline and landed face down on grass and hung on for another week or so before coming out). He didn't get his first baby tooth until 14mths so maybe that's why he's later in getting his seconds.

Miaou Sat 28-May-05 20:53:05

Both my dds lost their first tooth aged 4.5 !

Milliways Sat 28-May-05 20:54:52

DD held onto hers until nearly 7. DS knocked one out aged 3, others started at 6.

Pinotmum Sat 28-May-05 20:57:10

Miaou, did the new ones come through quite soon after? There's quite a difference in ages isn't there, from 4.5 yo to 8.2 yo (after a fall).

bigdonna Sat 28-May-05 21:02:16

my ds was 61/2 and my dd was 53/4,my ds is now nearly 8 he has lost 5.my dd has lost two she is 6 now.

happymerryberries Sat 28-May-05 21:05:14

dd was 4.5 and one of her friends lost a tooth before dd!

Miaou Sat 28-May-05 21:39:39

Yes they did Pinotmum - well, dd1's did, dd2's took a little longer, but it was the adult teeth coming through that pushed the baby teeth out.

They are now 6.5 and 8 on Tuesday, but haven't lost any teeth for well over a year now - each of them have 8 adult teeth (four top and bottom)

zaphod Sat 28-May-05 21:47:32

I have a theory, that children who are late getting teeth, are later losing them. Is this anyone elses experience?

Pinotmum Sat 28-May-05 21:48:54

The one she's losing came through at 6 months. I know my mum would gree with your theory.

LIZS Sun 29-May-05 11:42:51

Not sure I'd go along with that ds had his bottom 2 through at almost 5 months, so they lasted over 6 years!

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