March 6 is national Dentist’s Day. This year, remember that your dentists are people just like you, and just want you to have the best oral and overall health. Here at Penn Dental Medicine, we’ll be appreciating our student dentists and all the work they put into helping each one of their patients.
The truth is that we’ve come a long way over the past 200 years, and the dentists of today build on the discoveries of yesterday’s dentists. In honor of this special occasion, we’d like to journey into the stories of 3 dentists that revolutionized the history of dentistry as we know it.
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Dr. Price found that the indigenous peoples, living on their traditional diets, had much better overall health, dental structures, and gave birth to children having few mental or physical problems. The research branch of the American Dentist Association was founded by Dr. Price, and his foundation also still lives on as a legacy of his research on the link between diet and dental health.
Appreciate Your Dentist
What would the world be like without people such as these, who dedicated their lives to helping people and improving the field of dentistry? We don’t know, but we’re thankful, and at Penn Dental Medicine we hope to continue this legacy of research, high standards of ethics and practice, and most of all, excellent care to our patients.
Supervised by experienced professionals in the field, our student dentists work very hard to ensure that their patients receive good care–and the patients get it at a great price. If you need dental care this year and are looking for a service you can afford, send us your contact or you can call us for an appointment.
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