2017 Dentist´s Day

Annual Fall

6th March

List of Dentist´s Day dates by year

20186th MarchTuesday
20196th MarchWednesday
20206th MarchFriday
20216th MarchSaturday
20226th MarchSunday
20236th MarchMonday
20246th MarchWednesday
20256th MarchThursday
20266th MarchFriday
20276th MarchSaturday

Dentist's Day is a day to display a big, toothy smile. After all, your Dentist plays a role in that big, bright smile. He's an important person in keeping your smile bright, and your teeth and mouth healthy.  

If your Dentist is such an important person, then why are we so scared of the next dental visit? Is it perhaps the fear of discovering a cavity? Maybe, he will find the beginnings of gum disease?  The fear of the dentist ranks right up there with.... the fear of pulling teeth!

Dentist's Day

Among the ways to celebrate today are:


- Giving your dentist a big "TY"

- Sending your dentist an Ecard or stationary card

- Making a dental appointment(if you haven't been there in a while)

- Start using dental floss daily

- Improving your daily dental care routine

- Showing off your great smile

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.




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