My 4 years old is paging the tooth fairyLast Friday, I got home from work. Before I went out again to pick my princesses up from Nanny's house. My husband called from office. He told me something that really shocked me to faint. He visited the children in the afternoon and noticed little May has a loose tooth in the upper front teeth. I totally couldn't accept this news. How could this happen? I brushed their teeth religiously every evening before bedtime. I weaned them off from drinking through milk bottle early this year. I gave them junk food only once in a while. I made them drink a lot of fluid whenever I was around. My mind totally went blank and I hurriedly went to nanny's house to check on her.
here. Shiloh lost her front tooth when she was only 3.
Baby Center on loose tooth. There is impossible for a child to lose her tooth before 5 years old. If it is happened, it mostly due to bad dental hygiene or accidence. The accidence can be knocked or pulled.
Do you happen to see any child with a loose tooth at 4 years old?