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I was playing dentist the other day. My son's baby tooth in the front bottom was very loose but you couldn't pull it out with your fingers. I wouldn't have bothered pulling it out but you can see where the other tooth is trying to come in behind it. So I took strong dental floss made a noose in it tied it on and pulled the tooth upward and out. He yelled as I thought it hurt him but as he sat there with a sad face I asked him "does it hurt? he replies no mommy. It just scared me." So after all that excitement we folded it up in tissue paper and put it under his pillow for the tooth fairy. The next morning he got up and had a shiny fifty cent piece from the tooth fairy. He was very happy.