Tooth fairy visits schools

  • Wednesday, March 19, 2014

Provided The Tooth Fairy is making stops at schools to teach kids about healthy dental hygiene.

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 a lesson that is taught in Kindergarten and first grade classes each year.

Her sparkly gown and wings made a big impact on the children, and they were very eager to ask questions: what does she do with all the teeth she collects, could they see her pretty shoes, and do the wings make her fly, where does she get her stash of cash that makes the kids so happy?

Summerville’s Tooth Fairy just happens to be Greer Reagin, wife of Summerville orthodontist Britt Reagin.

“I absolutely ADORE dressing up as the Tooth Fairy and making these kindergarteners smile,” she said. “If my wings were real, I would literally be on cloud nine. That’s how much joy these kids bring to me.”

Reagin Orthodontics has an ongoing commitment to local schools. Helping to build a bright future for the children of Summerville through encouragement, education, and charitable donations is a passion for Reagin and his staff.

The Tooth Fairy will visit schools throughout the remainder of the 2013-2014 academic year, as well as during the 2014-2015 academic year. Teachers and administrators can email Reagin Orthodontics at greer@drorthodontics.com to arrange a visit to their school.


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