Hi kids, it’s your favorite dental health partner and magical friend, the tooth fairy! I trust that you have been painstakingly brushing your teeth with a nice toothbrush and fluoride toothpaste twice a day for strong teeth, healthy gums and an all-round beautiful smile! Don’t ever forget to brush your teeth, kids, because brushing twice a day keeps the mean germs away. Whenever you have issues with your teeth, be sure to tell your mom or dad so you can be taken to see the good old dentist who is my friend, to fix your teeth for you.
A lot of kids have tried to ask me how much teeth tooth fairies actually collect in a night. As tooth fairies, we’re saddled with the responsibility of collecting fallen teeth from children all over the world. If you ask me, I’d tell you, that’s a pretty tasking job. We take our jobs as tooth fairies very serious though, and on an average, each fairy collects up to 300,000 teeth every night from different beautiful kids from all over the world.
Now, you may wonder, since the tooth fairies are such a large, enchanted family, how do they know which kids to visit? Well, each fairy in the enchanted castle has a personal magic book that gets updated every night with the name of every kid who has lost a tooth that day! So, when the fairies are ready to go collect teeth, we just check our personal magic books and we’ll know whose teeth to go collect teeth for the night. Special magical trees help guide I and my fellow tooth fairies to your homes as we come to collect your teeth.
Sometimes, when you lose something you hold dear or treasure very much, it gets washed down the great enchanted river down to fairyland. We can then examine these items, feel the emotions you felt for that item and surf through your memories to help you get the perfect gift for your tooth. We use the teeth we pick from children to make a wide array of items for the family. These items include shoes, personal magic computers with which I am writing this and my huge castle that I live in with my family. The castle took a lot of teeth and time to build! I and fellow tooth fairies use teeth collected from all over the world to build nice interesting things to make our work as the tooth fairies easier. To help us, keep your teeth clean, shiny and strong so that when we come to pick one of your teeth after they fall out, your tooth can be a great asset to the tooth fairies. Some teeth have to be thrown away because they have decayed or possess cavities.
Therefore, remember to brush your teeth twice daily, floss regularly, and pay regular visits to our good friend, the friendly dentist. Keep smiling!