12 Ways to share a smile
Oral health charity, the British Dental Health Foundation, is asking you to forget the poor weather, terrible traffic, bad service and all of life’s other annoyances and really find something to smile about.
A simple smile can be the most powerful tool at our disposal… and we all have one. It can improve our mood, increase our self-esteem and it is also highly infectious! So to spread a little happiness for World Smile Day (2 October 2015) the British Dental Health Foundation has put together a short list of sure-fire things to truly put a smile on your face.
Happy world smile day all and remember to look after that beautiful smile by following our key messages for a healthy mouth.
– Brush your teeth last thing at night and at least one other time during the day, with a fluoride toothpaste.
– Cut down on how often you have sugary foods and drinks.
– Visit your dentist regularly, as often as they recommend.
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Not much time has passed when it was thought that glittering white smiles was monopoly of well-off people and there was a reason to think like this. In addition, the reason was that earlier, teeth’s whitening was quite expensive.