February is National Children’s Dental Health Month

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The February 2023 National Children’s Dental Health Month is brought to you by the ADA. This month-long national health observance promotes the benefits of good oral health to children, their caregivers, teachers, and many others. This year’s theme is Brush, Floss, Smile!

Keeping up with daily oral care and visiting the dentist at least twice a year for an oral examination and professional cleanings are steps you can take toward a happier and healthier mouth! Setting the foundation for your child earlier in life will set your child up for success in the future.

Did you know that tooth decay is children’s most common chronic disease? Avoid tooth decay by:

Schedule an Appointment Twice a Year
Buy New Toothbrushes every 3-4 Months
Check on your Childs Brushing Technique Daily

Call our office at 813-365-3552 to schedule your child’s dental appointment today!

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February 4, 2023
Raymond James Stadium

The Florida State Fair

February 9 – 20, 2023
Florida State Fairgrounds

Sant’ Yago Knight Parade

February 11, 2023
Ybor City

Bark in the Park

February 11, 2023
Curtis Hixon Waterfront Park

Rod Stewart Live in Concert

February 16, 2023
Hard Rock Hotel and Casino Tampa

Gasparilla Distance Classic

February 26, 2023
Bayshore Blvd

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Toothache Day – February 9
Valentine’s Day – February 14
Presidents’ Day – February 20
Tooth Fairy Day – February 28

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February is National Gum Disease Awareness Month

At Impeccable Smiles, we aim to provide all our patients with the general and preventive dental care they need to avoid gum disease. Nearly half of all American adults have gum disease. According to the CDC, about 47.2% of all American adults over 30 have gum disease, and many are unaware of it. Most of these cases are gingivitis, a minor form of gum disease. As you age, the risk of gum disease increases even more. According to the same CDC report, around 70.1% of adults 65 or older have gum disease. To avoid gum disease, ensure you care for your teeth as you age.

  • Read below on how to keep your gums strong and healthy.
  • Brush at least twice per day for two minutes
  • Floss your teeth once per day
  • Quit smoking or oral tobacco use
  • Minimize sugary and starchy foods in your diet
  • Ensure diabetes is controlled properly
  • See a dentist every six months for a teeth cleaning and oral exam
  • Address xerostomia (dry mouth), which can contribute to a higher risk of gum disease

Book your dental appointment now!

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Impeccable Smiles Celebrates our February Birthdays!

Jason | February 21

Ashley | February 24

Please help us wish them a Happy Birthday, and we thank them for all they do daily for our patients!

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Make Your Health a Priority in 2023

Reports from 2020 show that 63.0% of adults over the age of 18 visited the dentist often. While 25.3% of adults aged 45 and 64 had untreated dental cavities.

Going to the dentist is essential and should be a regular appointment you make twice a year. If you want to start 2023 off strong, you should make the goal of visiting the dentist more often.

Keep reading to find out why you should schedule an appointment with Impeccable Smiles >