You know how when you ask someone a question nowadays and you’re not sure they gave you a very good answer, you kind of wish you had just asked Siri? Well … Hi, I’m Siri! Nice to meet ya. Due to trademark restrictions, please just call me “Tooth Fairy.”
I turn tragic into magic by putting money under pillows every time someone loses a tooth. I work year round, not just one night a year. Santa Claus ain’t got nothing on me.
How to use this blog
Blogs—and the Internet in general—were meant to connect people. But when blogs are one-sided rants and Facebook feels more like bullying and bragging than connecting and sharing, you may disconnect from all the valuable information and helpful resources available to you.
The folks at DentaLux think that totally sucks. And not in the new saliva vacuum kind of way. So, they asked me, the Tooth Fairy, to be available to answer any and all questions you have and to educate you on any dentistry-related topic you want to better understand. I’m Dr. D’s BFF (best fairy friend) and we chat all the time about how to make it easier for you to keep cavities and other dental problems away.
The best part? You don’t even have to make an appointment. Just hit me up direct
- Over 1 billion teeth served (way over).
- Remote work experience.
- No health insurance benefits required. I am the health benefit.
- Salary requirements? I get a 10% rip from all under-the-pillow proceeds.
#1Education is the best prevention
I’m not your teacher and this is not a school, but when it comes to taking care of teeth I can share some … wisdom. Please contact me when you have questions or concerns about your dental health. Google is cool, but getting a response from a tooth fairy is waaay cooler.
#2 We won’t judge
Sometimes issues of the mouth may be embarrassing for you. So, we’ll take your questions privately or publicly. It’s up to you, but realize you’re probably not the only one who has this question or concern. When you want privacy, email us here. If you want to share your question or comment publicly, you can leave one below. No one’s judging or laughing, but your message might make me smile. After all, isn’t that what dentists and tooth fairies are for?