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NATIONAL DENTIST’S DAY – March 6

National Dentist's Day - March 6

NATIONAL DENTIST’S DAY

Annually celebrated on March 6th, it is National Dentist’s Day.  This day was created as a day set aside to say “Thank You” to and show appreciation to  your dentist.

In many cases, the day of our dental visit usually has us a bit nervous and sometimes anxious.  We would often rather be someplace else than sitting in a dental chair.  The dentist is not the person that most of us look forward to seeing.    However, when the work is complete, such as: our checkup is done, our teeth are cleaned, the cavities are filled, the broken tooth is fixed, the toothache is taken care of and etc., we really appreciate what the dentist has done for us.

If you are not already in the habit of using them, this would be a great day to make a commitment to better dental habits.

NATIONAL DENTIST’S DAY HISTORY

Our research was unable to find the creator and/or the origin of National Dentist’s Day, an “unofficial” national holiday.

 

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