Dr. Britt Reagin is in the smile business, but even an orthodontist can be upstaged during February’s Dental Health Month. Dr. Reagin is not too upset about it, though. After all, who could be mad at the Tooth Fairy?
During the month of February, the Tooth Fairy fluttered around Summerville elementary schools, visiting K4 and K5 classes to teach students about dental hygiene. Educating Summerville’s children about the proper way to care for their teeth is an important lesson that is taught in Kindergarten and First grade classes each year. A visit from the Tooth Fairy during this time makes it even more memorable!
Who wouldn’t enjoy a visit from a real tooth fairy?
Her sparkly gown and wings made a big impact on the children, and they were very eager to ask questions! Of course, the obvious questions were: what does she do with all the teeth she collects, could they see her pretty shoes, and do the wings make her fly? The most important question though – where does she get her stash of cash that makes the kids so happy?
Summerville’s Tooth Fairy just happens to be Greer Reagin, Dr. Reagin’s wife. Her infectious smile and genuine love for children brightened many Summerville students’ days while providing them with important dental hygiene lessons and a Tooth Fairy progress report, where they can keep track of when they lose each tooth.
Nothing but smiles here!
Ask Mrs. Reagin and she says the children give her joy not the other way around. “I absolutely ADORE dressing up as the Tooth Fairy and making these kindergarteners smile. If my wings were real, I would literally be on cloud nine. That’s how much joy these kids bring to me!”
The Tooth Fairy will visit schools throughout the remainder of the 2013-2014 academic year, as well as during the 2014-2015 academic year. If you would like her to visit your child’s school ask your teachers and administrators to contact Reagin Orthodontics at 871-4411 or email@example.com to arrange a visit.