You should talk with your veterinarian - there are veterinary dentists that can repair the tooth and prevent the tooth from becoming infected or causing other problems.
Have a vet do it.
If your dog is a puppy the tooth may be sideways because the dog is getting ready to lose it to make room for the adult tooth. If this is found in an adult dog it is important to visit the vet to have the tooth condition corrected in a safe manner.
Only if it is a puppy and is losing it's milk teeth. Otherwise, if the dog is an adult the tooth will not regrow.
yes but a adult tooth cant grow in place of an adult tooth
depends on the dogAnswer:No. If a dog breaks a permanent (adult) tooth, it will not regrow.
A baby tooth is smaller than a adult tooth.
you could be allergic to puppy or an adult dog
My puppy chipped off the tip of one of his canine (long front) teeth. When I took him in for his shots and pointed out the tooth, the vet said this: "It's okay, because he will lose that baby tooth and an adult tooth will come in, just like humans do. It is very common for puppies to bite on something too hard and chip a tooth."
Go to the dentist they will probably numb it and then pull it out or they will take your tooth out and sew it back up and then put it back in but that's normally only for permanent teeth (:
Whenever your puppy becomes an adult..
No, The adult teeth forms separate from the child tooth. However if nutrition is not improved while the adult tooth is coming before the adult tooth comes in, there is a higher chance it will be weak and more prone to decay.
Maybe........why don't you ask the human tooth fairy?
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.
YOU can tell because of the roots & the adult teeth are bigger then the baby teeth.If u can recall to lose that tooth it is not a baby tooth
Dog is an adult and puppy is a child
When the adult tooth is coming in
um i actually think you shouldnt pull a puppy's tooth out
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Then you don't have a tooth, you can get a false tooth though
Well it depends what type of tooth is lost. If a baby tooth is lost than over time a new adult tooth will grow in. If an adult tooth is lost than no other tooth will grow in it will from then on an empty space.
You probably have either a congenitally missing or impacted permanent adult tooth.
WHAT IS Why would a front adult tooth fall out for no reason? for 500
they are just playing and if it breaks the skin then it is accidental
A puppy is a young dog, usually a dog is considered a puppy until around 1 year. A adult dog is a fully grown dog.
In general, the adult form of a puppy is a dog. Sometimes the word puppy or pup is used to describe the young of other species, such as a seal, shark, or rodent.