Keep Your Child’s Smile Bright & Healthy...

Here’s where you can find dental health resources, including how to care for your child’s teeth.

The Caring for Your Smile home curriculum – including lesson plans, activity sheets, coloring pages and a 10-minute video featuring the Tooth Fairy – is available for free.

We Offer a Full Library of Pediatric Dental Articles Just for Parents!

Toothfairy smile
October 2, 2019 | Dental Health

When do Babies Start Teething?

Has your baby been irritable, fussy, or unable to sleep? Are they drooling excessively and chewing anything they can get their hands on? Read More

Fairy bite
July 22, 2019 | Dental Health

Baby Teeth: A Guide for First-Time Parents

There’s a lot to be said about the feeling of admiration you get when you look at your child and see they have... Read More

Fairy love
July 8, 2019 | Dental Health

When Should a Child Have Their First Dental Visit?

Let’s be real. Taking your child to their first dental visit? Probably not top on your list of fun ways to spend the afternoon. Read More

Fairy laugh
April 14, 2017 | Dental Health

A Guide to Dental Sealants for Children

Tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease in the United States. Read More

Toothfairy smile
October 2, 2019 | Dental Health

When do Babies Start Teething?

Has your baby been irritable, fussy, or unable to sleep? Are they drooling excessively and chewing anything they can get their hands on? Read More

Fairy bite
July 22, 2019 | Dental Health

Baby Teeth: A Guide for First-Time Parents

There’s a lot to be said about the feeling of admiration you get when you look at your child and see they have... Read More

Fairy love
July 8, 2019 | Dental Health

When Should a Child Have Their First Dental Visit?

Let’s be real. Taking your child to their first dental visit? Probably not top on your list of fun ways to spend the afternoon. Read More

Fairy laugh
April 14, 2017 | Dental Health

A Guide to Dental Sealants for Children

Tooth decay is the most common chronic childhood disease in the United States. Read More

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REQUEST A LETTER FROM THE TOOTH FAIRY

The Tooth Fairy loves healthy teeth! To help encourage your children to keep their smiles healthy, the Tooth Fairy will send them a letter. Residents of Washington state can request a letter from the Tooth Fairy when their child needs either kudos or support, such as:

  • Your child’s first lost tooth
  • A congratulations to your child for a good dental check up
  • A motivational letter to your child for a poor dental check up
  • Please complete the request form to receive a letter from the Tooth Fairy. Letters may take between 5 and 10 business days to be received.

    DOWNLOAD OUR ACTIVITY SHEETS

    Instill good dental health habits in your child at home. Submit your email address and we’ll send you a link where you can download activity sheets for your kids. Make learning about good dental hygiene FUN!

    Family Resources

    If Delta Dental of Washington is your dental benefits provider, sign up for free easy-to-use tools that make navigating your benefits simple and easy.

    Delta Dental of Washington loves healthy teeth as much as the Tooth Fairy. Find out how you can sign up for either group or individual plans.

    Delta Dental of Washington’s Arcora Foundation provides a free mobile dental clinic serving children throughout Washington who have limited access to dental care.

    The Mighty Mouth program offers tips, tools, and resources to keep your family’s mouths, and bodies, healthy. Visit to unleash the power of oral health!

    What Parents are Saying
    Toothfairy showtime

    “My 3 year-old, Charlotte, and 11 month-old, Eleanor, LOVED the Tooth Fairy Experience!! Charlotte was captivated by the Tooth Fairy’s wings, green tennis shoes and special dress.  She loved the story that was read and was even more delighted to find out she got to bring home a copy of The Berenstain Bears Visit the Dentist.  It has become a bedtime favorite!!  Both girls love the special toothbrushes they received and are their preferred ones morning and night.  Best of all the engaging message of keeping your teeth healthy and strong from the story and fun age-appropriate game has endured.  At the market, Charlotte will now ask if something is good or bad for her teeth and if the Tooth Fairy would say it’s [healthy]. So glad we stumbled across this wonderful experience!! 

    -Rachel,
    Seattle Mom of Charlotte (3 years) and Eleanor (11 months) 

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