We know what you’re thinking: Thanksgiving and Christmas are at least a month away. While this is true, that’s not quite what we’re referring to when we say it’s the holiday season. Specifically we’re talking about dental holidays, and we want to share them with our faithful blog followers. So here’s a list of days, weeks, and months that you may not have realized are tooth-related holidays.
National Children’s Dental Health Month
National Toothache Day – February 9th
National Tooth Fairy Day – February 28th (and/or August 22nd)
National Dentist’s Day – March 6th
Oral Cancer Awareness Month
National Dental Hygienists Week – second week in April (for our friends in Canada)
Root Canal Awareness Week – second week in May
National Smile Month – May 15th through June 15th (for our friends in the UK)
Smile Power Day – June 15th
National Smile Week – second week in August
National Tooth Fairy Day – August 22nd (and/or February 28th)
National Gum Care Month
National Dental Hygiene Month
World Smile Day – first Friday in October
National Brush Day – November 1st
Holy molar, that’s a lot to chew on! But it’s always possible our list is missing a tooth-related holiday. If you think we gummed things up, be sure to let us know via our social pages (links at the bottom of this page). That way dental holidays can take an even bigger bite out of your calendar!
And if you would like to celebrate with a trip to the dentist to make sure your smile and oral health are in the best possible shape, give Susquehanna Dental Arts a call at 717-285-7033.