Crochet a Tooth Fairy Pillow – Keep a Tooth Safe Until She Arrives!

Crochet a Tooth Fairy Pillow – Keep a Tooth Safe Until She Arrives!

Does the Tooth Fairy ever come to visit your house? Children tend to begin to lose their baby teeth between the ages of 5 and 7. By the time a child has a full set of 32 adult teeth, they will have lost approximately 20 baby teeth.

Teaching your child about the Tooth Fairy can be a fun way to pass on dental care education and establish good brushing habits. Parents can reinforce the importance of dental care routines by using notes written by the Tooth Fairy as a lighthearted way to remind kids to brush and floss.

Occasionally, children lose a baby tooth prematurely due to an accident or injury. Furthermore, in some situations, baby teeth can refuse to emerge on their own and need to be eased out by a Dentist in Brentwood or a dentist in your area.

These special incidents require extra care and attention from parents, as well as the Tooth Fairy. Consequently, an encouraging letter from the Tooth Fairy can be used to praise the child’s bravery at the dentist. Reassuring a child who has been through a dental procedure helps take away some of their fear and provides an opportunity to discuss the experience with your child at their own level of understanding.

This Tooth Fairy Pillow is the perfect gift for the Tooth Fairy! She hangs sweetly on the outside of your child’s door awaiting a visit without disturbing your sleeping child.

Crochet a Tooth Fairy Pillow - Keep a Tooth Safe Until She Arrives!

Crochet a Tooth Fairy Pillow - Keep a Tooth Safe Until She Arrives!

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