Lost tooth on Bredili

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  1. leverett13

    leverett13 Not so new Member

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    Was just feeding my yearling bredili and his missed the mice and attacked the carpet instead. He wouldnt let go as and his teeth were caught so i poured some water on him and he let go. After putting him back in the cage i saw that he had lost one tooth. How bad is this? I dont think i can do anything other than take him to the vet, but was just wondering if it's worth it or not?
     
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    ricky_91 Active Member

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    i have had snakes loose there teeth in me haha they were all fine never had a problem they can get infections but I've never had one get one just keep an eye on his mouth
     
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    could get super glue and glue it back in ???
     
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    It's no problem at all python's grow there teeth back, loosing one tooth won't hurt.
     
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    Stick it under ya pillow for the "tooth fairy".
     
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