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    DD is just 5 and has lost two teeth.

    DS went through a run of losing teeth and I think it was about 8 then none for ages - tooth fairy is lonely waiting for his teeth!

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    Dd is 7 and has lost 4 teeth

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    My 7yo ds has lost the front 10 teeth - started just before kindy (so 5 and 3 months)

    My 5.5yo has lost her front bottom 2 - so again just before kindy started 3 weeks ago

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    So far 4, two top, two bottom!

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    My daughter turned 6 at the start of this month and she's not lost a single tooth and none are wobbly either.

    I wouldn't be worried OP. A friends daughter last her first tooth at 4 she's 6 in March and has lost about 12 teeth and has had several adult and has had them for a long time now

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    DD1 who is 8 has only lost 5 teeth. She was 7 when she lost her first 1, she was the last in her class to lose them.
    DD2 is 6 and lost her 2 bottom teeth just before her 6th birthday. No sign of any more wobbly ones.

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    Ds will be 6 in June. He has lost his front bottom two teeth and that is it. I suspect he lost them sooner than he really would have, he had an accident that made them slightly wobbly and his constant fiddling/playing made them more so.

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    My ds just lost his first tooth! He is 7 soon. He is the last in his class/year age to lose a tooth. Most have nearly gotten all their adult teeth haha

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    I didn't start loosing teeth until I was 7, and didn't lose my last one until I was 15! Was very behind, but it doesn't matter in the long run.

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    My son turned 7 (today!!) and he's oh lost 1 so far and that was just before Christmas, like 1-2 days before.
    He's got another loose one though, might come out soon.


 

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