Thanksgiving Day is just a few days away and following the tradition, Thanksgiving is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States and on the second Monday of October in Canada.
For more information regarding Canada’s Thanksgiving celebration, we invite you to read our post: Canada’s Thanksgiving Day
Many of our patients and readers will be getting together next Thursday with their friends and family, they will express their thanks, share a delicious meal and comment on the many accomplishments that have been achieved.
Without a doubt, we all have at least one thing or one reason to be thankful, holidays like Thanksgiving Day helps us remember that we all have reasons to be thankful.
Why We Give Thanks
Giving Thanks for Family and Friends
Growing up without a family or friends can be hard, many of us don’t take for granted the importance of having parents, brothers/sisters, family or friends.
At some point of our life we all need the help of someone else, this Thanksgiving Day, give thanks for having family and friends. Family and friends who care about you, who offer your time, who advise and give you love.
Recent years have been especially harsh, job opportunities have decline, divorce rate going up and health services every time more scarce; it is important to give thanks for every accomplish we reached.
Giving Thanks for our Accomplishments
If you currently are married, then be happy and enjoy the marry life, not everyone is able to share and speak about this accomplishment; today, the average length of a marriage that ends in divorce is eight years. So if you have been marry for more than 8 years – this is an accomplishment to be thankful about.
Fact: In America, there is one divorce approximately every 36 seconds. That's nearly 2,400 divorces per day, 16,800 divorces per week and 876,000 divorces a year.
Giving Thanks for our Teeth
Can you image how hard your life would be without a healthy smile? Certain you wouldn’t be able to enjoy all the delicious meals that your family or friends would be serving this Thanksgiving Day. Having healthy teeth is certainly something to be thankful about, you don’t have to be dentist to understand how difficult life would be without teeth.
Fact: No one ever choses a toothless smile over a bright, healthy smile.
You couldn’t be able to smile either, so this Thanksgiving Day, let’s be thankful for all accomplishment achieve in the dental field, for all the kind and patient dentist and for affordable dental services available.
Proper dental care is essential to keeping your healthy teeth and Sani Dental Group know this; for this reason our dental clinic in Los Algodones thanks all of our patients and reader for all your support.
Are we Thankful for our Teeth?
True without our teeth we wouldn’t be able to enjoy many of joys life has to offer us, for example: eating and smiling. If one has poor dental health, then enjoying foods will be difficult. We must keep in mind that, improving your diet can help prevent tooth decay and gum disease.
This Thanksgiving Day enjoy a meal that includes these five major food groups:
- Fruits - Cranberry sauce or a delicious fruit salad
- Grains - Stuffing and warm bread drizzled with butter
- Milk - Great mix in mashed potatoes
- Meat - Turkey
- Vegetables - Yams or broccoli casserole
Proper nutrition is essential to maintaining good oral health, healthy teeth and a healthy smile.
There are several ways for you to accomplish this among them is traveling to Los Algodones and enjoying all the dental procedures and services offer in the city.
Los Algodones Smiles
Thanksgiving Day will be celebrate in just a few days we know many of you will be enjoy a delicious meal and sharing smiles with your loves one.
If you or any of your guest experience an oral problems during the festivity, we invite you to set up an appointment with us and take care of the liaison and best of all Sani Dental Group offer you the most affordable dental services in Los Algodones.
On behalf of our dental clinic, we thank you for choosing us as your primary choice when selecting a dentist and hope you have an excellent Thanksgiving Day.
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