The tooth fairy cinched waist

The tooth fairy cinched waist

A non-profit organization, Delta Dental presented the annual report on payments the Tooth fairy — fictional character, which leaves under the pillow of the child a small amount instead of the dropped out baby tooth. It turned out that in 2017, the parents, who usually perform her role, reduced the compensation by 11%: average amount in one fallen baby tooth was $4,13. The most valuable was the first tooth — $5,70. Total payments in the country totaled $271 million.

More likely get children living on the West coast of the United States (e.g., California, Oregon or Nevada), — $4,85 (for the first tooth — $6,76). The Thrifty parents live in the Midwest (e.g., Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas): here the children can only count on $3,44 (for the first tooth — $4,37).

However, the child can rely not only on monetary compensation instead of or in addition to, parents also leave toys or video games (47%), a letter from the Tooth fairy (35%) or toothbrush (31%).

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