It’s Labor Day and we all love it, and why wouldn't we? Labor Day is the perfect excuse to have a long weekend and take a break from the daily work life; but despite that we all like to rest, there are many people who don’t know why we celebrate this day. The origin and story of Labor Day is something that you need to know, because it’s not just a day off, it is the result of a long movement to have the optimum working conditions.
You may think that going to the dentist twice a year is the only way to take care of your teeth, but you shouldn’t let all the responsibility on your dentist’s shoulders. There are easy habits that you can adopt in order to have strong teeth; good oral hygiene combined with a healthy diet assures you a lasting smile. Sani Dental Group, always wanting you to have the best dental health, shares with you 5 habits that strengthen your teeth.
Everybody needs a good rest once in a while; the daily routine of waking up and going to work can be exhaustive and you may not even notice. You look forward to the weekend, but when it arrives, it’s gone before you started to enjoy it, then it’s Monday again, and the whole daily routine is back. Fortunately, Labor Day exists and gives you an opportunity to take the long rest you deserve, but you have to focus on leaving your stress behind and really take time away.
There’s not one single person who wants to be sick. Everybody wishes to be healthy forever and to never have the need to see a doctor; yet many people don’t do much to avoid getting sick. There are habits and small actions one can take to avoid a large number of diseases. Prevention is the key word when health is the subject.
There are basic things that you should know about dental care by now: brushing, flossing, using mouthwash, and making a visit to your dentist at least twice a year. On the other hand, these things have details that you may not know and you should; by example, you probably know how to brush, but do you know how to take care of your toothbrush?
There’s not one single person that wants to have no teeth on their mouth, and still there are a lot of people who don’t take any precaution to take care of their teeth. To keep a good smile with every tooth in its place, is necessary a constant practice of good dental health habits and care. Many people thinks that the tooth loss is an inevitable part of aging, but this doesn’t have to be that way.
National Senior Citizens Day is celebrated across the United States on August 21. It recognizes the contributions senior citizens have made in their communities. Events are organized across the country to raise the awareness of older people. Sani Dental Group recognizes the achievements this demographic have done, of course; but we don’t see them as “seniors” or “elderly”.
We all have the right to have an opinion, even when our opinion is not the best idea. A few years ago, I made an opinion and stuck to it: why do I keep flossing? To me, it was always an obligation. My mom used to force me to floss every night before I sleep; when I grew up, there was a sign telling me to floss everywhere I went. The rule to keep flossing followed me everywhere till the day I realized: I’m an adult now.
If you’re a regular reader from our blog, then you know that this week was National Smile Week; here at Sani Dental Group we were really excited about it. Having the opportunity to celebrate the importance of smiling is something really important to us, and we took this opportunity to give you information about the many benefits of using your smile.
Smiling should be a pleasure, never a cause of stress; but there are many people that say literally “I don’t like my smile”. What are they talking about? A smile makes everything better. If you think that your smile is not good enough, you should think twice: every smile is good. Sometimes when you don’t like your smile is just about perspective, you just need to appreciate it as it is.
We’ve all been through that moment, the light is right, your skin looks amazing, and the camera loves you (at least, that’s what you think); you’re about to get the perfect picture. Then you see it, all the pieces were in the right place, but your smile just doesn’t works. Even when other people tell you that you look fine, you can’t see it.
It’s National Smile Week! And there’s only one way to celebrate. Sometimes is not easy to show a smile on your face. There are days when you wake up and don’t want to know anything about the world. That’s why Sani Dental Group gives you 10 amazing facts that will surely bring a smile on you.
During the 2nd week of August, National Smile Week is celebrated and scientific studies have proven that smiling causes happiness. This week is a perfect reason to smile and be a little happier. As you have a big and proud smile in your face, the world can notice how perfect your smile is; so don’t hide your smile. In this post, Sani Dental Group gives you 7 reason to smile every day.
The month of August is National Parks Month and Sani Dental Group invites all our readers to plan a trip and visit a national park during this month. There are so many options one can do when visiting a national park, really the possibilities are almost endless; from camping, fishing, hiking, to horseback riding. All these activities will certainly make you smile, create enjoyable memories and not to mention stories for future generations.
Summer is almost over and many will soon return to school and their everyday activities; but before you leave take a few days off and travel to your favorite national park. With August being National Park Month, Sani Dental Group invites you to visit one of the many national park the United States has; but before you check your car and avoid unwanted stops. To prevent car problems one your trips, our dental clinic and staff would like to offer a few tips that will help you have a safe drive.
“The General ever desirous to cherish virtuous ambition in his soldiers, as well as to foster and encourage every species of Military merit, directs that whenever any singularly meritorious action is performed, the author of it shall be permitted to wear on his facings over the left breast, the figure of a heart in purple cloth, or silk, edged with narrow lace or binding. Not only instances of unusual gallantry, but also of extraordinary fidelity and essential service in any way shall meet with a due reward”.
Flying a kite is an experience that everyone should have. Going to the park on a windy day to have fun either alone or with your family and friends, this cannot be replaced by any modern gadget. Playing with a kite represents one of the richest and healthiest entertainments possible. So now imagine how great it would be to build your own.
After spending months in your home with little to no activity; Sani invites you to take a walk this vacation and do your favorite outdoor activity. Enjoy the warm weather spring and summer offer you and perform an outdoor activities, keep in mind that by doing these activities one can obtain numerous of benefits and through a little planning the benefits outdoor activities offer you can last a life time.
Today’s world economy is struggling, many business are concerned that the lack of economical support will hurt their business and employees. According to the Small Business Association (SBA) the lack of sufficient capital to keep a business in operation will cause 56% of small business to close their doors. The closing of several businesses means that many will lose the economic stability they have, the health and dental benefits a company offers, among the other benefits. With all these economic problems in mind, Sani Dental Group wants to help, our dental clinic now offers our patients Financial Options.
Every so often we read articles, blogs and new report in which they tell us that regular visits to the dentist matter. Have you ever wonder, why this visit matter and why we should visit the dentist? The group of professional dentists at Sani Dental Group sought out to answer this question; we want all our current patients and future visitors to know why you should choose Sani Dental Group.