Tooth Fairy Day

Tooth Fairy Day

Aug. 22 is National Tooth Fairy Day and the American Dental Association has a number of activities to help make the day special for your child.

At MouthHealthy.org, the ADA has door signs children can print and color to let the Tooth Fairy know they’re ready for a visit. They can also read an exclusive interview with the ADA Tooth Fairy, print out a tooth fairy certificate, keep a brushing calendar, and track which teeth they’ve lost.

They can also draw a picture of what they think the tooth fairy looks like.

To keep your children’s teeth healthy, brush them for two minutes, twice a day. For more oral health tips from the American Dental Association, visit MouthHealthy.org

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