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Yes, quite easily especially whilst eating.

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It usually happens when a tooth is loose and about to come out and disconnect from the nerves. Which means the nerves no longer have a tooth To hold down.



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A loose baby tooth that is turning gray or black is a dead tooth. A dentist can take the tooth out.


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In most cases, it's loose and almost ready to come out.


Your baby can loose there first tooth around the age of six. Your baby can loose there first tooth around the age of six.


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If a tooth is not loose then the only way you can loose it is if somebody knocks it out or if you bang it off of something hard


On pulling a not loose tooth seems pretty easy. I had a not loose tooth then all I did was push it out then push it in. It doesn't hurt at all! It also automatically falls out cos it will get loose and then pull it!


you cant really make a tooth loose.teeth come out when their ready.if you take a tooth out that's not ready youll be toothless until another tooth grows back.hope this helps .opoeration


How old are you? If you are young (under 12 or 13 years old) and if you haven't hit the tooth lately, then it's probably a baby tooth. It is rare for a child to have a loose adult tooth. If you are an adult and have a loose tooth, it could be gum disease.


on Halloween i was eating a milky way and it pulled out my loose tooth and it wasn't even that loose so it would definitely pull out a really loose tooth (and it didn't even hurt!!) that ^^^was someone elses answer. my answer was I was eating a hotdog, and I bit down on my loose tooth, as i always do. It didnt hurt at ALL! I felt it come out and i spit out my hotdog on my desk. I ran to the bathroom and clean my gums. after it stopped bleeding, I ran back and found my tooth, thinking about how easy it was!=) good luck


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ask your dentistlook underneath the loose tooth if you see a white bump then it is baby tooth if loose enoughyou might might see a little bump underneath the loose toothlook at the signs of the other loose tooth like if it turns pink or see roots like that


No, you should never pull out a loose tooth. If it's a primary tooth, the permanent tooth coming in behind it will push it out on its own. If it's a permanent tooth, see a dentist immediately, as this is a sign of periodontal disease. The reason why you should never pull out a tooth is that pulling it before it's ready can result in damage to the roots, the socket itself, and/or the nerves.


Try eating a hard fruit like an apple. Take a big bite and if your tooth is really loose, your tooth should come out. Plums and other hard fruit are good two.it does not work like that (bulliegirl)


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