My 5yr old DS fell when he was 2 and busted his mouth badly. 1 tooth turned colors and the other was ok. Dentist told us that his dead tooth would be fine and to leave it be, that it would just be discolored.
Fast forward to 3 years later and the tooth beside the discolored tooth is very loose. He has a dentist appointment for Monday but I need a little peace of mind for the weekend. He can still eat normal, doesn't complain of it hurting and this will be his first lost tooth so he's just a little freaked out. It could possibly fall out this weekend. Is any of this normal? Should I be worried?
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