I have a 4-year-old son, will be 5 in September, he showed me that his bottom front tooth was loose. I tried not to show I was scared but is that normal to have a loose tooth at that age? No rot, or miss colored teeth and I watch how much sugar and such he eats
Has he ever fallen and hit his mouth?
Maybe call your child’s dentist and ask? I really don’t know
Can be normal. Did he get his teeth early? Typically if they come in early, they fall out early.
Yes it is normal in some children by the age of 4 years to have a loose tooth! my daughter lost her first tooth this year she is 5
my oldest lost her first tooth at 4
If he got teeth early, it’s possible that they are loose. Usually it’s about 5 or 6 so it’s not too early
Can be normal yes ! My son was a very fresh 5 losing his first tooth.
It’s rather normal my son started to get loose teeth at 5 and his still going and getting his big boy teeth now
My oldest lost her first tooth when she was four.
5 or 6 is the common age, but some kids lose them at age 4. It’s okay.
My kid is 6 and has lost 3 teeth. Lost his first at 5. 4/5 is normal
One of my daughters lost her first at almost 5 and the other at 5. So I’d say pretty normal.
My sons 5 and lost 2 so far. Dentist said its normal
Yea my daughter had her adult front teeth in my the time she was 6
My son, who is now 13, started getting his teeth at 4 months old and he lost his first baby tooth at 4 years old. He lost it naturally and seemed to be fine.
Yes. 2 of my 3 kids lost bottom front teeth before turning 5.
Formal dental assistant here…
Even normal to not lose baby teeth and keep them forever.
My dentist did an ex ray on my 3 year old and said he can see her grown up teeth will be pushing threw when she’s 4
Normal every kids different lost my first at 5 my oldest lost his first at 7 my middle at 6 usually around 4-8 kids start getting loose teeth