If your ball python has recently lost teeth, don’t worry in the least. Ball pythons frequently lose their teeth when biting, certainly more frequently than one notices, and they do grow back. New teeth are always waiting and ready to come in when old teeth have fallen out.
As ball python owners, it’s more obvious that a ball python has lost teeth when they have lost them biting us, namely because it’s hard not to see the tooth that has fallen out. But ball pythons actually lose teeth quite frequently when eating. The only time you’ll need to worry about a lost tooth is in the case that the tooth gets stuck on the lip of your ball python. In these cases, sometimes an infection can result, so be sure to watch your pet carefully to make sure all looks fine. If your ball python is having problems eating, take him or her to a vet. Otherwise, there is no problem with a ball python having lost teeth, so you shouldn’t be concerned.