The month of February has a lot of National Days like the Singles Awareness Day on the 15th, National Random Acts of Kindness Day on the 17th and the very special "Crab Stuffed Flounder Day" on the 18th. In our previous blog, we have explained 4 ways to celebrate national tooth fairy day at the dental clinic in Albany. However, there is a very special day on the 28th February, guess which? It's National Tooth Fairy Day!
According to kids, the tooth fairy lives in an immense white palace with pinnacles and a shimmering little stream! Each tooth she gathers, she uses to further construct her mansion. The tooth fairy also collects teeth with cavities or spots. The tooth fairy crushes the teeth into pixie dust that she uses to come to the earth with her enchanted wand. Since she is tiny and exceptionally tranquil, she can undoubtedly drift through shut windows and even walls with her mystical powers. If you begin to wake up when the tooth pixie is supplanting your tooth with cash, she will put you right back to sleep with a sprinkle of pixie dust.
The tooth fairy was previously recorded in print roughly in the 20th century, by Esther Watkins Arnold. Esther Watkins Arnold wrote an 8 page story for children in 1927. During the 1970s, a radio DJ in Chicago referred to this subtle mythical being, which brought many calls to the American Dental Association from inquisitive parents and kids wishing to find out about this unpredictable sprite. Take your child to the dental clinic in Albany for this tooth fairy day. Rosemary Wells, a teacher at Northwestern University's Dental School, chose to investigate things herself and at one point kept her own tooth fairy exhibition hall.
Different countries have varied manifestations of the tooth fairy in different forms and figures. For example kids keep their teeth for a mouse as this little creature brings them money and gifts. French kids expect cash from La Petite Souris. The children of Spain offer their teeth to Ratóncito Pérez. In Argentina, kids put their teeth in a glass of water for El Raton de Los Dientes, the tooth mouse, who comes to hydrate, takes the tooth and leaves a gift in the cup. In Japan, kids are made to throw away their teeth. The lower teeth are thrown upward and the upper teeth downwards to the ground.
Tooth fairy day is the perfect day to take your kids to the kids dentist in Albany to make them learn more about the magical tooth fairy. Tooth fairy is undoubtedly an inspiration to take your children to the dentist.
National Tooth Fairy Day is celebrated twice a year, the 28th of February and August 22nd. So, call your dentist in Albany - Dr. Jeannette M. Pope Ozimba, D.D.S for your child’s dental cleaning to celebrate National Tooth Fairy Day. Book your appointment today by calling us at 229.435.6161
New Patient Waiting List:
Patient Information / Información del paciente