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my 11m old dd has crooked bottom teeth. she is now self feeding and today is the first time something got caught in there. just wondering how i remove the food from her little teeth. this happen to anyone.
 

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DS's aren't too crooked, there is just a space there and I was wondering the same thing.<br><br>
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I just give DD a baby tooth brush to use (um, chew) herself. She has a pretty wide gap between her top two front teeth. My mom asked her dentist and he said it was a good sign to have room between the teeth....not sure, though. I'm curious. I love my gap-toothed girl, though!
 

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well i went on this website and it said once the teeth touch they should be flossed. so i think i will attempt that.
 

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if you floss, make sure you use the thicker foam type stuff, instead of the thin normal floss
 
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