cuz im only 13 turning 14 on the 24th and i feel and can see the tooth coming out and i already hav my 12 y.o. molors came in and my bros gf said they usually dont come in this early. so i dont noe ...
i fell off a moving car the other day and broke my two front teeth [top] they said no pulp was showing and the roots are okay but how are they going to fix them? they said the loose teeth surrounding ...
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