Writing Letters From the Tooth Fairy

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Bringing the magic of the Tooth Fairy alive in your home can be fun and exciting for you and your child. Your child will be filled with wonder about the Tooth Fairy as she collects his or her baby teeth and leaves rewards in their place. You will be thrilled to create this joy and excitement in the life of your child. If you’d like to have the Tooth Fairy be about more than just money, you can write letters from the Tooth Fairy to encourage your child to brush their teeth and to answer any questions about the Tooth Fairy that they may have.

Why Does the Tooth Fairy Collect Teeth?
If your child wonders what the Tooth Fairy does with the teeth from all the children in the world, can you blame them? Some think that tooth fairies are gathering teeth to build a giant castle for their queen. The nicest, cleanest teeth are used to build the castle and other teeth are ground down and made into paving stones. The tooth fairy could hint that she pays more for cavity-free teeth.

Are My Parents the Tooth Fairy?
To keep the magic of the Tooth Fairy alive for as long as possible, make sure that you don’t write in your handwriting when you leave a note from the Tooth Fairy. You can print off the Tooth Fairy’s letter with small, fancy font, or hand-write the letters with tiny letters. Using a fine-tipped pen makes this easier. That way, your child will know that someone much smaller than mom or dad left the letter.

We welcome you to contact our office 615-662-2191 today to learn more Tooth Fairy tips and to set up your child’s next visit with our pediatric dentist in Nashville, Tennessee. Dr. Ed Perdue and our team are happy to serve your child’s smile!