Grins and giggles

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You’re never too long in the tooth for a dental pun or pearl of a joke. We believe it’s important to update our practice news regularly with both informative and fun articles. From dental health and prevention techniques to our cosmetic treatments, we like to keep you in touch with new research and tips on supporting both yours and your family’s oral health. We also want to ensure you’re relaxed when talking through your concerns and we desire that you feel both relaxed and comfortable within our practice. With the fear of dentistry still prevalent in the UK, approaching you with a friendly yet informative attitude is fundamental to us. So, in the spirt of fun, we have discovered a rather funny tooth fairy note. We would love for you also to share your dental related jokes, stories and puns with us. Brighten your smile, prepare for some eye rolling and dig into the humour of Paul Lowe:

Dear _________________ :

Thank you for leaving one [1] tooth under your pillow last night.

While we make every attempt to leave a monetary reward in the case of lost or stolen children’s teeth, we were unable to process your request for the following reason(s) indicated below:

( ) the tooth could not be found

( ) it was not a human tooth

( ) we do not think that pieces of chicken bone are very funny

( ) we were unable to approach the tooth due to excessive odour (General disarray)

( ) this tooth has previously been redeemed for cash

( ) the tooth did not originally belong to you

( ) the tooth fairy does not process fingernails

( ) your request has been forwarded to the Nerve Ending Fairy for appropriate action

( ) you were overheard to state that you do not believe in the tooth fairy

( ) you are age 12 or older at the time your request was received

( ) the tooth is still in your mouth

( ) the tooth was guarded by a vicious fairy-eating dog at the time of our visit

( ) no night light was on at the time of our visit

( ) the snacks provided for the tooth fairy were not satisfactory, or were missing

( ) we discovered evidence of unsafe tooth extraction as follows: [ ] string [ ] pliers [ ] gunpowder [ ] hammer marks [ ] chisel [ ] part of skull attached to tooth [ ] no dental care ( ) other:

Thank you for your request, and we look forward to serving you in the future.

Sincerely, The Tooth Fairy

Please do take to social media to share your anecdotes, stories and puns with us, even in the serious world of medics, we’d love to take the humour crown…. And if that is anything to go by, we probably won’t!

If you would like to visit us to discuss what dental techniques may be suitable for you, please contact us on 0121 711 2424.