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Check with your vet to see if you can send them photos via e-mail or SMS. It's a service more clinics are offering these days, and it'll allow them to tell you if everything looks normal or if you need to come in for a full appointment. Always check with your vet if something doesn't look right to you - unfortunately we aren't qualified here to give any advice on medical issues that haven't already been diagnosed.
 
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Looks like his puppy teeth are retaining a bit. The adult teeth push out the puppy teeth. Sometimes the vet will need to assist the puppy tooth away. So only good plan is to see the vet or at least send them a pic.
 

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Looks like his puppy teeth are retaining a bit. The adult teeth push out the puppy teeth. Sometimes the vet will need to assist the puppy tooth away. So only good plan is to see the vet or at least send them a pic.
Thank you... can you tell me which ones look to be problematic? Does the one that came out look normal ?
 

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This is a question for your vet. Only they can determine if an adult tooth is being impacted by a retained baby tooth in a significant enough way to require medical intervention. I'm closing this thread to further replies, but feel free to make a new one if you have any more questions after you've talked to your vet about your puppy's teeth!
 
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