Fearless child fires wobbly tooth out of mouth with sling bow

For most children loosing a tooth is a tedious process, spent patiently waiting for their tooth to fall out.

But little Alexis Davidson, 11, decided to take matters into her own hands – tying her tooth to a sling bow and firing it out of her mouth.

Alexis dad Jason McDonald, 39 film Alexis as she readies the slingshot

Alexis dad Jason McDonald, 39 film Alexis as she readies the slingshot

Slow motion footage, taken by her father Jason Mcdonald, shows Alexis nervously pulling the bow back and letting go as her tooth flies out of her mouth.

Fearless Alexis appears to feel no pain as she jumps up and down in elation in her backyard in Aurora, Colorado.

The video shows Alexis Davidson, 11 from Aurora Colorado firing the slingshot and pulling the tooth from her mouth

The video shows Alexis Davidson, 11 from Aurora Colorado firing the slingshot and pulling the tooth from her mouth

Jason, 34, who runs an alligator farm, and is known as Gator Wrestler, said: “We were trying to think of a neat way to help her pull her last few remaining baby teeth.

“Alexis is a special kid, she does a lot of crazy stuff with me, like walking the slack line over a pool of alligators.

Alexis Davidson, 11 from Aurora Colorado, USA shows the tooth she removed

Alexis Davidson, 11 from Aurora Colorado, USA shows the tooth she removed

“I never push her to do anything, but I do encourage her, any time you get the chance to be the first ever to do something, I think you should take that chance.

Alexis shows off the gap in her gums where the tooth was removed

Alexis shows off the gap in her gums where the tooth was removed

“Since it has happened Alexis gets lot of people telling her how brave she is and how they wouldn’t have tried it.”

Alexis said: “I was very nervous but I didn’t feel a thing, it didn’t hurt.”

Alexis Davidson, 11 from Aurora Colorado, USA  holds up her tooth for the camera

Alexis Davidson, 11 from Aurora Colorado, USA holds up her tooth for the camera