Also stopping in to saythis happened to my DD (7). It was her two front bottom teeth. The dentist looked at it and said it was probably fine to leave them, but offered to pull them. DD was comfortable with that, so we decided to go ahead and do it. Her baby teeth were not loose AT ALL and there was some concern that, due to that fact, it could interfere with the surrounding teeth if we left them in to loosen and fall out on their own. She was a late teether and just lost her second tooth (naturally) a few months ago. She didn't have this issue with the others.
She had no issue with having them "wiggled out". (seperate days, mind you. She went back for MORE, willingly. I don't get this kid sometimes. Lol)We have a WONDERFUL ped dentist who is fine with not doing flouride, flouride free toothpaste, etc. He was very good with her and that made all the difference.