As spring gets ready to turn into summer, it’s a fun time of the year to surprise your Dental Team with an appreciation gift or office celebration. At DentalStaffing.org, we know this is a great way to show them they are valued!
March and April bring the promise of spring and can be a fun time of year to celebrate your Dental Team with an appreciation gift or office celebration. At DentalStaffing.org, we know this is one of the best ways to show them they are valued!
January and February can seem bleak and boring after the excitement and activity of the holiday season. It’s the perfect time to surprise your Dental Team with an appreciation gift or office celebration.
The CDC reports that only 31 percent of men and 65 percent of women washed their hands after using a public restroom. Although we are taught to wash our hands before eating, it doesn’t really matter what time of day it is; the bacteria on our hands should be removed regularly and throughout the day.
Show your appreciation on National Dentist Day! Commit to better dental habits, tag your beautiful smile in a social media post, and schedule your check-up! #NationalDentistsDay
It’s time once again to celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month (NCDHM)! It’s so important to bring this celebration to children and their parents, teachers and caregivers. The American Dental Association reports that NCDHM “began with a one-day event in Cleveland, Ohio and a one-week event in Akron, Ohio during February 1941.
It’s February again, and time to celebrate National Children’s Dental Health Month! National Children’s Dental Health Month was once a one-day event that was first observed on February 8th in 1949. It was established by the American Dental Association to promote good oral habits for kids, to give them an excellent start for a lifetime of healthy gums and teeth. Six years later, the one-day affair was extended to a week, and now, it’s celebrated for the entire month of February.
There were 49,670 new cases of oral and oropharyngeal cancer reported in 2017. That’s just under 3% of all new cancer cases diagnosed. Of those cases, it is estimated that 9,700 cases will result in death. Although these numbers have improved from 1975, could it be better?