Baby Tooth Problems

  • Description
    • This baby is having some tooth problems and in this girl dentist game you will need to sort them out and giver her a nice smile with some really white teeth so they will shine in the TV show.
      Use the mouse to play the doctor.

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One Review to Baby Tooth Problems

  1. Mj_Healy on December 2nd, 2012 6:28 am

    The period just before WM XXX was probably a great time to get back into wrestling. Myself pe1onally, I got back on the wagon in summer of 2011, just before CM Punks infamous promo hooked me back, way more than before, since I stopped watching 4 yea1 prior.nAlthough 2014 may be the year you got back in (and its a lot more fun when you have people around you in bask in wrestling’s silly glow) but 2014 has been a pretty dreadful year for the WWE. Those fi1t five months or so were great: The Shield were killing it, Daniel Bryan was reaching his peak amongst other things, but a lot of that has been wiped away by the incredibly stale (even by WWE’s standards) second half of the year. The PPVs are solid, as they usually are, as the standard of wrestling is way higher than it was 10 yea1 ago, but Raw has seen some truly bad episodes in calender 2014.nI’m sure you getting that post-return euphoria of watching wrestling, meaning that you put up with a lot more since you’re back in and ready to go, but here’s hoping 2015 gets better. Its nice to see someone get a solid kick out of the last number of months of wrestling. It is said a lot online, but do try get into NXT. The weekly show is often better and tighter than Raw and, more importantly, their quarterly “live specials” are incredible, with the most recent (R Evolution) being the best thing WWE has done all year, to the level of Wrestlemania.