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Physical care practices are an important part of the day for babies and young children. Because of this, supporting children's personal care in a way that shows dignity and respect is an important part of good quality care.
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Children do not need to have developed teeth before starting mouth hygiene routines. Good practice for mouth hygiene, as well as a healthy diet, keep the teeth healthy. Regular visits to the dentist can also help the child to get used to having someone looking at their teeth and touching them. Children should be encouraged to brush their teeth using toothpaste containing fluoride. Teeth should be brushed in a circular motion using a soft tooth brush, with a small head, after every meal if possible. Drinks containing sugar should be avoided and snacks should not be eaten between meals.
The Tooth Fairy is a minor character and villainess who debuts in the episode "Dignity of Teeth". She is responsible for collecting teeth from people all around the world, once they fall out, and leaves money under their pillow, corresponding to the popular myth of "The Tooth Fairy". She is voiced by Khary Payton.
The Tooth Fairy first appears as a black shadow in the beginning of the episode, collecting the teeth of Beast Boy, Starfire, Cyborg and Robin and leaving behind generous amounts of money for them. This caused the four Titans to go corrupt and become obsessed with leaving teeth under their pillow. The four toothless Titans eventually forced themselves on Raven attempting to get her teeth (since the four of them ran out of their own). Raven, who had enough of the behavior of her friends, went to retrieve her friends' teeth from the Tooth Fairy herself.
At her home in the middle of an alley, the Tooth Fairy appeared. In order for Raven to get back her friend's teeth, the Tooth Fairy challenged Raven to a game of "eating teeth". If Raven won, she would get her friend's teeth back, and if the Tooth Fairy won, she'd get Raven's teeth. The Tooth Fairy had a strong start eating the numerous teeth because she'd been used to eating them for so long, leaving a hesitant and disgusted Raven gagging at the idea of trying just one. Eventually, though, Raven tried one and found out they aren't that bad. She inhaled her portion of teeth she was supposed to eat. The Tooth Fairy had a strong lead early in the contest, but she eventually topped out near the end... Raven finished her portions. Honoring her word, the Tooth Fairy gave Raven her friend's teeth back, even sharing a joke between the two in good spirit.
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