- My child has a loose tooth is it a baby tooth?
- Is it normal for my child not to have lost a baby tooth yet?
- Is it normal that my child has lost baby teeth already?
The Tooth Fairy Helper can help you and your child by answering common questions about tooth loss
The Tooth Fairy Helper
The Tooth Fairy visits children at night when a tooth is lost. Parents, as Tooth Fairy Helpers, must care for their children’s teeth every day. “The Tooth Fairy Helper” is two books in one. The book includes a children’s story as well as a guide to help parents with their children’s dental care. As a bonus the book includes “Tooth Fairy Receipts” labeled with the name of each primary tooth and the average age the tooth is expected to be lost. The book was created by Renee Allen Dyken, DMD, MS, an orthodontist and mother of four. She knows that children may not always believe in the tooth fairy, but they should always believe in their Tooth Fairy Helper.
The Tooth Fairy Helper’s Helper
There some repeating questions I encounter everyday as an orthodontist. I decided to create a children’s book that relates tooth loss to everyday family activities. Read the Tooth Fairy Story as you snuggle with your child at bedtime. Take the time to enjoy each lost tooth as a milestone toward early adulthood. As a bonus, simply flip the book around for useful information about your child’s teeth and use the included tooth chart to keep track of the dates your child loses her baby teeth.