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A Letter From Tooth Fairy

Try to print one of the letters below for your child when you visit Dr. Roghani’s office. It’s fun and will help your child learn more about the importance of oral health care and regular dental visits to the dentist, the Tooth Fairy’s best friend.

Kid Friendly Dental, tooth Fairy Letter

Kid Friendly Dental, tooth Fairy Letter

Kid Friendly Dental, tooth Fairy Letter

A Story From A Tooth Fairy

Lily the tooth fairy, like other tooth fairies, comes to visit when you lose a baby tooth. Just place your baby tooth under your pillow when you go to bed that night. Lily will fly by while you sleep and pick up your tooth. She is a very generous tooth fairy and often leaves toys, money, and other small gifts for children who take good care of their teeth. Lily loves to collect healthy teeth that she can show off to the other tooth fairies back home. She gives the best rewards for the best cared for teeth.
In order to have healthy teeth, Lily recommends that you brush at least twice a day. Make sure you brush every tooth, your tongue, and your gum line. Try to limit your sugary drinks and snacks. Rinse your mouth out with water or chew sugar free gum if you do have something sugary. Floss every day to keep your teeth and gums healthy. Follow these tips and Lily will generously reward you.