Apparently, baby teeth start falling out around the age of five or six, but sometimes it can happen later. I have talked to other mothers who said their child still hasn't lost any teeth and they're around the same age as my daughter. Permanent teeth can start growing before the baby teeth fall out, which creates two rows of teeth. This is what is happening to my daughter as there's a new tooth behind the loose one. There's twenty baby teeth in total and they'll start falling out one at a time until the age of 12 or 13.
Losing the first tooth is a big milestone for a child. It's a sign the child is getting older and about to enter a new stage in their life.
So, I wonder what the tooth fairy will bring my daughter?