happiness and oral care day


Today is a double celebration day for us. We are very glad to share with you this date that celebrates the “International Day of Happiness” and, at the same time, the “World Oral Health Day”.

As you should know, we are not only a brand that promotes Oral Health through natural and Eco friendly products, but also, we are committed to the well being of people.  We believe that our products can make a difference to your oral health, creating happiness in return.  

International Day of Happiness promotes the idea that humanity's progress should include how to increase happiness and well being.  

Happiness differs from person to person. Something that makes me happy, may make you not, but here are some things that commonly make people happy:

  • The quality of their relationships
  • Helping others and kindness
  • Projects that they love and challenges them
  • Smile
  • Spent time with friends and family
  • Appreciate who we are and those around us

The list can go on. What makes you Happy? Share with us on Instagram and Facebook. It is the priority that fuels our lives ! 

On the other hand, World Oral Health Day encourages people around the world to take care of their oral health.

According to some studies, oral health diseases affect billions around the globe.

The most prevalent oral health issues are:

  • Untreated tooth decay
  • Gum disease
  • Tooth loss

If you are interested in how to prevent all these oral issues, you can find a lot of information in our blog https://lucky-teeth.com/blogs/news

Many oral health problems can be reduced or even eliminated by having good oral hygiene and good eating habits. 

  • Brushing at least twice a day
  • Floss 
  • Use a natural Toothpaste and Mouthwash that "prevents any problem from rising"

When a person has poor oral health, it may affect how they feel about their appearance. This can contribute to low self-esteem, which reduces the ability  to be or feel happy.

A fun fact:  This day is celebrated on the 20th because seniors should have 20 natural teeth at the end of their lives to be considered healthy.  Also, children should have 20 baby teeth.

So, Let's make sure this month is remembered all year long,  keeping "happiness" and "oral care" a priority.   

Show your happiness with a healthy BIG SMILE!

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