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    Baby teeth literally flying apart
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    Th3momof2 posted:
    My 11 year old daughter has recently lost 3 baby teeth naturally. She put one of them on her desk, to wait for the Tooth Fairy. The next morning, she could only find half the tooth. I just chalked it up to "the tooth must have been cracked already." Two days later, she lost a second tooth while getting ready for school. I placed the tooth on the end table and just hours later one half was still where I placed it and the other half was 3 feet away, on the couch. Then last night, she lost a molar. I put it in an enclosed space and waited...sure enough I heard a pop sound and the tooth had, once again, broken in half! What would cause this to happen?!?!?!
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