As a result of the NHL suspending their season, we will be closing our Tooth Fairy Raffle For Red Wings Tickets promotion early and changing the prize.

Entries will be accepted until midnight Thursday 3/12. We will randomly select two winners who will each receive a $50 Target gift card! The winners will be contacted by end-of-day March 16.

Please let us know if you have any questions. Our sincerest apologies for having to change this raffle.


National Tooth Fairy Day is February 28th! Participate in our Tooth Fairy Raffle for your chance to win Detroit Red Wings Tickets.

What: Detroit Red Wings vs Philadelphia Flyers

When:Thursday, March 26, 7:30 PM

Where: Little Caesars Arena

How: Our patients take such great care of their teeth and gums and the tooth fairy celebrates that. In exchange, we want to celebrate the tooth fairy for National Tooth Fairy Day on February 28th.

Time to get creative! Send us any one of the entry options below for your chance to win Detroit Red Wings tickets. We want to see and hear about your tooth fairy experiences!

Entries could include:

  • Pictures where you’re giving your healthy teeth to the tooth fairy
  • A fun story about how a tooth fell out
  • Beautiful smiles with teeth missing
  • A drawing or story about how you got ready for the tooth fairy’s visit or what you found the next morning
  • Your own personal artwork drawing of the tooth fairy
  • Or anything else that’s tooth fairy related
Entry has closed.

*When you submit your image to our website you’re agreeing that we reserve the rights to use it on social media for future promotional materials.

The last day to enter is Thursday March 19. The winner will be contacted on Friday March 19. There are NO paper tickets. The winner must download the tickets onto their phone through an app.

Download our Official Tooth Fairy Collection Receipt

Positive reinforcement is everything! Let the tooth fairy tell your little one what a great job they’ve been doing keeping their teeth and gums healthy.

Download this fun receipt to congratulate your child when they lose a tooth. They’ll feel extra special and will have a memento to remember each milestone in their dental development.