The smallest Tooth Ever Extracted



WORLD'S SMALLEST
TOOTH EVER EXTRACTED

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What was the world's smallest tooth ever extracted?


Nobody likes to go to the dentist, especially if there are teeth that need to be pulled. But is it really so bad when the tooth is smaller than normal? So normal in fact, that it has been given the designation of the smallest tooth ever extracted?

The smallest tooth to ever be extracted was pulled on October 30, 2002 by Dr. Scott Harden at Fountain View Family Dentistry in Acworth, Georgia. It was a primary tooth that is known to dentists as “Tooth E.” While a microdont tooth is usually approximately 13 millimetres in length, this wee one measured only 3 millimetres. The tooth belonged to Colton Laub and was pulled under general anaesthetic.


The World's Smallest Tooth Ever Extracted

The smallest Tooth Ever Extracted

The smallest Tooth Ever Extracted

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