The one place everyone evades paying a visit is the most dreaded dentist's office #National Dentist's Day

The one place everyone evades paying a visit is the most dreaded dentist's office #National Dentist's Day

Dentists make the world a better place one smile at a time.


The one place everyone evades paying a visit is the most dreaded dentist's office. The heavy armamentarium, the sound of the drills and the groaning sounds made by the patients leaves any person scared. So even when in pain some of them prefer to try home remedies or consume medication available over the counter. Though it may provide a temporary respite it may prove dangerous in the long run.


Also the oral cavity gives us some signs when it needs attention. Bad breath, bleeding gums, sensitivity and mild pain are a few to name. Never ignore these conditions. Remember, dental treatment is not expensive but neglect is.


So the next time you are in pain kindly consult a dentist. Trust me dentists are kind-hearted and compassionate beings just like others.A tidbit about Dr Jyothirmai Reddy

With fifteen years of experience in the field of dentistry Dr Jyothirmai has done it all. She is a head of the department for public health, owns a clinic named Giggles Dental and a partner on a corporate hospital. She is a mother to two children and is a health provider to many more. With a successful career and loyal patients, she is an inspiration.

The advice she gives to young dentists is gain the trust of your patients, provide the best service to them and success will follow.


National Dentist's Day is celebrated on the 6th of March every year to celebrate those who help in maintaining our teeth pearly the Dentists. Dentists are doctors who specialise in oral health. They are trained to prevent, diagnose and treat oral conditions. They monitor our teeth and jaws. Oral health is integral to our overall health. The oral cavity is considered a mirror to the general health and wellbeing of a person. Bleeding gums can be a sign of diabetes. The jaws indicates the beginning of osteoporosis .


Dentists make sure our oral health isn't signifying something serious. Their offices set out reminders, encouraging us to consult them for regular check-ups and schedule our appointments.


This National Dentist's Day remember to take time and thank the keepers of your oral health. Write a thank you note to them or maybe send them some flowers. Flowers convey your emotions perfectly you see. Don\"t dentists deserve to be thanked?


The team of The Pink Comrade wishes all the dentists a very happy National Dentist\"s Day.


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