Posted on: January 27, 2011
Imagix Tooth Fairy Visiting with Hundreds of Kids during National Children’s Dental Health Month
February is National Children’s Dental Health Month. In honor and celebration, Imagix Dental calls upon the icon of dental wisdom and wizardry – The Tooth Fairy.
In addition to her usual night shift, the Imagix Tooth Fairy takes on the day shift during the month of February to further her cause of educating children about the importance of lifelong good dental care and hygiene. Equipped with fairy wings, tutu and fairy dust, the Imagix Tooth Fairy (ITF) gives out goody bags filled with kid’s toothpaste, brushes, floss and stickers to metro Atlanta area public and private schools.
“Children’s teeth are meant to last a lifetime, and a healthy smile is important to a child’s
self-esteem. With proper care, a balanced diet and regular dental visits, their teeth can remain healthy and strong,” said Dr. Gene Witkin.
“I love teeth,” says the ITF, “you should see my huge collection! But, I love healthy teeth even more, so I’m winging it to many schools this month to educate kids on how to keep their teeth healthy. It’s as easy as magic and no special fairy dust required – just visit Imagix Dental twice a year!”
To find out if the Tooth Fairy can visit with your school contact: Ashley Mullinax, 678-758-4716, firstname.lastname@example.org
Feb 1st Young Life Center Roswell
Feb 2nd Discovery Point Suwanee
Little Tykes Suwanee
Feb 3rd Roswell Kids Stay N Play
Feb 4th Discovery Point-Lilburn
Feb 7th Gwinnett Co Schools Lilburn
Feb 8th Kids R Kids Roswell
Feb 9th Rated “K” for Kids-Vinings
Feb 10th Suwanee Kids R Kids
Feb 22nd Crème de la Crème Norcross