If you a young investor and still happen to have your baby teeth,
stick with the Tooth Fairy! Apparently, the Tooth Fairy's average payoff
was up 44.6 percent last year! According to a poll from
insurer Delta Dental, the average gift for a displaced tooth rose last
year to $3.50, up from $2.42 in 2012. Like with the regular stock market
investments, the Tooth Fairy can pay off big if you get in early.
First-time tooth losers earned more than they did for other teeth in 59
percent of homes. Kids got an average of $4.51for their first tooth, a
29.2 percent increase from last year.
Besides, every Fairy is different, some can leave really special gifts under your pillow, like toys, gum or a lovely hand-written note. Here is what some kids find under their teeth:
our family, she leaves $1 if Mom or Dad pull the tooth out for the
child," shares Jacy Cheney of Washington. "If they pull it out
themselves, or it falls out on its own, then it's $2."
- "The tooth fairy always leave $1, a personal note (written with my opposite hand), a tooth brush and fairy dust!" offers Erika Deady-Wohlers of tutupourmondeux.com.
- "The tooth fairy leaves $2 per
tooth and $5 per molar," reveals Mary Anschutz. "However, if the tooth
fairy is so busy that he or she cannot make it, i.e., she forgets, then
the amount gets doubled."
- "Our tooth fairy leaves small
gifts instead of money," shares Roo Wyda of Oops! Sheet Inc.. "Puzzles,
crafts, something to delight and engage her!"
Feel free to contact Drs. Ali & Ali and the caring team at Wellesley Dental Group if you have any thoughts or concerns; they will be happy to answer your questions! Contact us today at 781-237-9071 or email@example.com to set up an appointment and consultation.
Your little ones and teens are welcome to visit our pediatric dentist Dr. Kim or Dr.Pradhan. Dr. Emad is happy to help with your orthodontic needs. For wisdom teeth extractions or any other oral surgery needs Dr. Ghazi would be more than willing to help.