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My baby molar tooth wont move or wiggle and i feel the adult tooth growing. What's going to happen?

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Dr. Alan Zweig
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: Normal

The permanent molars come in behind the baby molars.
It is after the permanent molars come in that the permanent bicuspids come in and push the baby molars our of the way.

In brief: Normal

The permanent molars come in behind the baby molars.
It is after the permanent molars come in that the permanent bicuspids come in and push the baby molars our of the way.
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Dr. Travis Titlow
Dentistry
1 doctor agrees

In brief: You may need help

If the baby tooth is still not "loose" when you can see the permanent coming through you see a dentist to help get the baby tooth out of way.
Not doing anything could lead to gum problems, infection, or misalignment.

In brief: You may need help

If the baby tooth is still not "loose" when you can see the permanent coming through you see a dentist to help get the baby tooth out of way.
Not doing anything could lead to gum problems, infection, or misalignment.
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Dr. Arnold Malerman
Dentistry - Orthodontics

In brief: Seek advice

Hard to tell over the computer exactly what's happening.
Let your dentist take a look and advise you. If you have anomalies in size/shape/position of teeth or jaws, or any deviation in eruption timing or pattern, ask for referral to your dentist's favorite orthodontist. They will, work together to assure you the healthiest dentition.

In brief: Seek advice

Hard to tell over the computer exactly what's happening.
Let your dentist take a look and advise you. If you have anomalies in size/shape/position of teeth or jaws, or any deviation in eruption timing or pattern, ask for referral to your dentist's favorite orthodontist. They will, work together to assure you the healthiest dentition.
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