Stop Dreaming of a White Christmas and Start Dreaming of Whiter Teeth

28 January 2009

Christmas is quickly approaching and this means it’s time to start decorating the house and buying gifts for those you love and care about. Indeed, Christmas is a holiday of giving! However, in the hustle and bustle of preparing our gifts and decorating our homes with care, we can forget to give to the one person we could truly never do without: ourselves!

After all, we must remember to care for ourselves in order to be able to be truly giving to others, and we must be especially careful not to forget our own needs during this season of giving. This includes taking time out to relax and de-stress, and treating your body with the respect that it deserves. Exercise, healthy eating and regular trips to the doctor are all important fundamentals to keeping ourselves healthy. These are all gifts we can treat ourselves to year ’round that no one in their right mind could consider selfish. And, don’t forget the all-important dentist!

After all, not only is dental care essential to your health, it also can have an immediate effect on your appearance with whitening treatments or just from getting a regular cleaning. Unless you’ve been especially naughty this year, I think that you would agree that a visit to the dentist for a cleaning and/or whitening could be just the perfect little guilt-free gift to give to yourself this year for Christmas.

Taking care of your smile for the holidays makes a lot of sense when you think about it. During Christmas in particular, we put a ton of effort into decorating our living rooms and homes with lights, wreathes, statues and many different decorations. It seems only natural that you would want to keep your smile in just as much of a splendid condition for the holiday season. Remember, they say that your body is your temple, after all…

So, stop dreaming of a white Christmas and go out and get your smile white instead by making an appointment with the staff at Oakville Place Dental Office! You’ll be glad you did, knowing that Santa will be more likely to put you on his “nice” list this year for making sure your teeth stay “as white as the snow”!

Happy Holidays!

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