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Kids dental care, Pulling out baby teeth

Monday, May. 16th 2011 12:00 PM

Kids dental care, Pulling out baby teeth.  My son has two baby teeth that are really loose.  You can see the adult teeth coming in but the baby teeth have yet to come out.  Should I take him to a dentist to have them pulled?  Or will they come out if I just leave them alone.  I do not have much money but I take him to the dentist is need be.   Helpful advise please

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Posted on Monday, May. 16th 2011 12:00 PM | by admin | in Dental Help | 3 Comments »

3 Comments on “Kids dental care, Pulling out baby teeth

  1. Kris Says:

    You should do what you feel is best. Normally baby teeth do come out on their own given time. Maybe wait a few more days and if nothing happening then see a dentist. It should fall under the cheap extraction cost since it is a simple pull.

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  2. Betty Says:

    I would say give it a few more days before getting worried about it. But if you feel it is better to see a dentist then go. If you do not have dental insurance then you may want to get a dental discount plan for this since on a dental discount plan they start the next business day from signing up on line.

    This way it will help keep your sons dental cost low at dentist that take the plan.

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  3. Tracy Says:

    When I was a kid my parents pull out a baby tooth of my that was really loose but not coming out. Give it a quick pull and see if that does not help.

    Otherwise if you feel you can not do that go to the dentist you do not want the baby tooth staying in if it is ready to come out.

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