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    DS lost his first tooth around his 6th birthday. The other front bottom tooth has been loose for about 6 weeks and still hasn't come out!

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    My DD is 5.5 and it's like they're set with cement. I think we have a looong time left before one goes. She had teeny tiny teeth too, very odd.
    My nephew was 5.

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    DD lost her first tooth ( bottom one ) last month, the one next to it is now really wobbly, she just turned 5.

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    5 is average but some kids may lose them at 4.

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    Ds1 lost his first tooth a month before he was 7, dd was 6.5 and 6 year old ds2 hasn't lost any yet and I don't think he will anytime soon.

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    My daughter lost her first tooth when she was 4/5.

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    Thanks everyone. I was a little freaked out when his tooth was wobbly but although a little early it seems it's not crazy early

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    I have a friend whose daughter lost a tooth at 5 so they rushed her to the dentist who took X-rays then decided it was just normal baby teeth falling out.

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