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Losing Baby Teeth: All You Need To Know

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Did your child lose her tooth? Most children lose their teeth around the age of six to eight years. It is also a sign that your child is growing up. Go through the ClipBook to know what to do when your child loses her teeth and how to extract tooth painlessly. The ClipBook also talks about some myths surrounding losing tooth and lists out some fun activities to do when your child loses her tooth.  

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