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If Santa Claus lives with Mrs. Claus at the North Pole with a gang of elves making toys, where does the Tooth Fairy live?
In fact, who is the Tooth Fairy? And why do we put a tooth underneath a pillow?
Dental hygiene is unquestionably a high priority in this day and age, especially for children. It’s best to start taking care of your children’s teeth as early as possible and developing the habits and routines so they can build lifelong habits.
As a kid, Ian Wilms had a strategy to avoid brushing his teeth - wait out his parents at night. If he could stay up later than they did, he was in the clear.
Now 46, the Ancaster native has a different take on dental hygiene and he's trying to share it with kids through his book, The Tale of the Tooth Fairy.
The world of Brushalot was created to help children learn about their teeth while building healthy dental habits in an exciting and interactive format. Brushalot helps make brushing teeth fun for children which leads to good dental habits that parents love.
In 2012, The Center for Disease Control reported that for the first time in 40 years, preschoolers have more cavities than they did five years ago. Working parents with young children have a lot on their minds, and brushing a toddlers' teeth, especially if the toddler doesn't like it, seems to fall to the bottom of the priority list.
Leveraging the moment of when children lose a tooth as an opportunity to learn, Brushalot turns this milestone into an opportunity to positively influence children to develop healthy dental habits while also upgrading visits from the Tooth Fairy.