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Aug 21, 2012
Tooth Fairy Gifts Sure to Make Kids Smile
Celebrate National Tooth Fairy Day Aug. 22 – or whenever your kid loses her next pearly white – with our gallery of fairy-approved products
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Forget the blood, gauze and salt water. Losing a baby tooth really means one thing: a visit from the Tooth Fairy! Often pictured sporting wings and fairy dust, the keeper of discarded teeth officially gets her due on National Tooth Fairy Day on Aug. 22. And while appropriate tooth disposal has been imperative since ancient times, the modern under-the-pillow exchange has roots only as far back as the early 1900s. So as you practice your tiptoe skills – and your kids yank the stubborn ones and prepare their pillows – check out our list of products sure to bring on those toothless smiles!