Take one boy, his arrow ….. and a wobbly tooth.  You guessed it a seven year old hatched this plan.

In search of a novel way of removing his first wobbly tooth, Cayden, seven, who lives in South Carolina, was filmed by his father explaining the tooth removal process he was going to undertake.

tooth boy
Image Source: YouTube


“I’m going to shoot out my tooth using my bow and arrow.”

Cayden then opens his mouth for the camera to reveal the piece of string tied to his loose tooth.

Then taking his position and on the command of his dad, Cayden pulls the bow and arrow string back, lifts his head and fires.  The arrow can be seen launching across the garden at a target.

Shouting in excitement, Cayden holds his hand up in the air in celebration of success.  He then opens his mouth for the camera again to reveal a hole in his mouth where the tooth once was.

Unfortunately, the actual tooth was lost in this process and to our knowledge has not been found as yet.


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  • Well I hope he still got some money from the tooth fairy. Very brave and inventive boy.


  • Awesome way to do it Cayden !! Hope that the tooth fairy came anyway :)


  • The boy is lucky that his new tooth was not positioned in front of the old one even if it was still sitting covered by ther gum or he would have damaged it too.


  • on ya kiddo! 10 points for bravery and using your brain!!


  • Lol our dad used to tie our tooth to string and then the door handle and close the door

    • yeah i think that was the good old trick that everyone resorted to lol.


  • Lol how funny. I can’t believe he did that


  • oh wow! what a brave boy! hope that tooth fairy does visit him. hopefully the video is enough evidence :)


  • That’s so brave of him!! What a pity he couldn’t find the tooth though. Will the tooth fairy come anyway? :-)


  • lol boys will be boys, what a clever idea!


  • haha well that’s one way to do it!


  • Wow, ingenious way to remove wobbly tooth. I still think I’ll remain with hard Apple.


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