Are Parents keeping a 'romantic notion' alive at the cost of their child's health? asks BioEden tooth stem cell bank.

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On average a parent leaves £1.32 to the 'tooth fairy' on the loss of each baby tooth, but the smart money and smart use of the tooth is now geared towards tooth stem cell banking. As BioEden announce tooth stem cell banking at just £5 per month, is now the time to do something wise with that tooth?

The Super Tooth Fairy, although a fictitious character,is set to 'outsmart' the traditional tooth fairy of folklore

Now with stem cell treatments certain to be the medicine of tomorrow, parents are looking to do something far more useful with their child's naturally shed tooth', said Tony Veverka BioEden's Group CEO.

Once upon a time the 'tooth fairy' was a romantic character that took a shed baby tooth off to a far off land and left the child with sixpence. With the onset of decimalisation and inflation the average being paid per tooth in the UK is £1.32, with the average amount of teeth lost during this natural process that's over £20 per child, according to an article and research published by Miss Pocket Money today. The full report can be read in the link below.

'But now with stem cell treatments looking certain to be the medicine of tomorrow, parents are looking to do something far more useful with their child's naturally shed tooth', said Tony Veverka BioEden's Group CEO.

BioEden the specialist tooth stem cell bank, today announced that their Access Membership now costs just £5 per month, and are even offering a free 3 month trial period, so that parent's understand exactly what benefits they gain before committing to the banking of their child's cells.

To find out more visit http://www.bioeden.com

http://www.misspocketmoney.co.uk/how-much-does-the-tooth-fairy-leave-in-your-house/

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