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Celebrate National Smile Month

May 25, 2023.Claudia Rojas.0 Likes.0 Comments

Celebrate National Smile Month

Woman sitting in beach chair, smiling and wearing sunglasses

June is here, and so is National Smile Month! Take time this month to discover fun and creative tips for maintaining a healthier smile and a healthier you!

Give yourself a gift.

Toothbrushes should be replaced every three to four months – or sooner if the bristles appear frayed. Pick up a new one for you – or buy a batch for the whole family.

Say cheese in two ways.

Summer is a great time to stock up on nutrient-rich foods from your nearby farmer’s market and talk to your kids about the importance of healthy snacking such as fruits, vegetables, and low-fat cheeses.

Additionally, you can capture your family’s healthy, happy smiles with a family portrait. Every time you flip through the album, your family’s pearly whites can remind you to celebrate oral health all year long!

Help bring a smile to someone else.

Encourage your loved ones to learn the importance of giving back by organizing a family volunteer day at a local charity. You may even find oral-health-focused programs in your community that aim to provide dental care and other services to those who can’t afford regular dental check-ups.

Schedule your next dental checkup.

In addition to practicing good at-home oral health care, regular dental visits help maintain your smile. During a routine dental exam, your dentist can help detect more than 120 health conditions, making regular dental visits essential to having good oral and overall health.

TruAssure individual and family plans cover three yearly dental cleanings, more than the standard two, so schedule your next visit today!

A healthy smile is a healthier you, so take care of it! Preventive care is key to maintaining good oral health. Talk to your dentist to learn more smile-friendly tips.

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