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What age should children lose baby teeth?
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Dr. Dennis Kelley
Dentistry
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In brief: Starts about six
Most children start losing their lower front baby teeth about six years of age.
Followed by the upper front baby teeth about 6 1/2 to 7.

In brief: Starts about six
Most children start losing their lower front baby teeth about six years of age.
Followed by the upper front baby teeth about 6 1/2 to 7.
Dr. Dennis Kelley
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Dr. Richard Rosen
Dentistry
In brief: Start by about 6
Baby teeth start being lost by about 6 years old give or take 6 months.

In brief: Start by about 6
Baby teeth start being lost by about 6 years old give or take 6 months.
Dr. Richard Rosen
Dr. Richard Rosen
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In brief: Around 6 years
Typically, children start losing their baby teeth around 6 years of age and they continue to do so till about 12- 13 years.
The teeth typically are lost in the same sequence as they erupt unless they are lost as a result of decay or an accident.

In brief: Around 6 years
Typically, children start losing their baby teeth around 6 years of age and they continue to do so till about 12- 13 years.
The teeth typically are lost in the same sequence as they erupt unless they are lost as a result of decay or an accident.
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