Once you and your child report a lost tooth, the Tooth Fairy will be notified. Also, a reminder will be set up on your smartphone (iPhone or Android).
This fun checklist gets kids ready for the Tooth Fairy’s visit. From taking a bath to putting on pajamas. It accounts for a wide variety scenarios, including a child losing more than one tooth and a tooth being misplaced before bedtime (there is a reassuring message that the Tooth Fairy will still visit). You and your child can also let the Tooth Fairy know where the tooth is being left. You can follow your own tradition (under a pillow or inside a special Tooth Fairy pillow) or you select a custom from another culture, such as leaving your tooth in a glass of water, on the windowsill, or in a slipper.
Tooth Brush Timer
Use this app daily to keep the Tooth Fairy informed of how often you are properly brushing your teeth. The Toothbrush Timer will encourage your child to brush for two minutes, twice a day, which is the recommendation of the American Dental Association.