Gold. Eye patch.
Well it depends what type of tooth is lost. If a baby tooth is lost than over time a new adult tooth will grow in. If an adult tooth is lost than no other tooth will grow in it will from then on an empty space.
The tooth fairy is your parents
If a baby tooth was lost a big tooth will replace it, but if a big tooth was lost then no tooth will grow in its place.
Go to the Safari Zone and find a lost tooth and go out and go to the house next to the guy that gives you a rod and and taik to the guy that lost his tooth and he will give you HM 04
The Pirates have lost twice in the world series.
Uhhh, the tooth would be gone.
The Tooth Fairy must have a parent approve that you have lost a tooth. Show your parent the space where your tooth was and make sure a parent contacts the tooth fairy. Do not be in the same room as the parent who is contacting the tooth fairy, it is top secret data. Good luck!
Ha, when I read this I felt so many flashbacks. I remember one of my letters to her was something like this. Dear Tooth Fairy, I lost a tooth again! This is my (number) tooth that I lost already. Thank you for coming, it gives me a lot of support. Thank you for the money, too. I can't believe I lost a tooth again!
Scientists have a special tool to help them find out what species the shark was, how old it was when the tooth was lost, and if the shark had any diseases or sicknesses.
You might find an acorn. You might find someone giving you advice. You might find your lost anklet. You might find the answer to this question. You might find your appetite. You might find artwork that you like. You might find that you need an attorney.
The tooth fairy doesn't even exist.