April 2020 Stock Dental Marketing Content
Dear Life-Like Dentists:
Here is your stock dental marketing content for April 2020.
You can use this content for your blog and newsletter.
Making a purchase from Life-Like Cosmetic Solutions this year grants you a non-exclusive, royalty-free license to use this content with your marketing efforts.
Simply change “Acme Dentistry” to your office name, add a teeth whitening offer, and you’re ready to go.
If you have a question, please do not hesitate to contact us, and Happy Marketing!
– The Life-Like Staff
Happy Easter! We hope that you are all dusting off your winter cobwebs, embracing the fresh and new this season. We sure are!
While we hope you’re doing well, it’s understandable if you feel a bit down due to the pandemic. But there’s always hope. New and promising things are just around the corner.
And the last thing you want to do is let your oral health turn into a 2nd pandemic for you to deal with.
Your immune system is directly impacted by the bacteria and viruses in your mouth, and we encourage you to always keep your dental health in check.
The month of April has two important dental events worth celebrating. April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month and an important part of this celebration is National Dental Hygienists Week™, celebrated annually April 6-10. Focusing on the importance of maintaining good oral health practices and helping people understand the role and importance of the dental hygiene profession.
Not only are we celebrating National Dental Hygienists Week (April 6th – 10th), but April is also a great time to increase awareness for oral cancer. Oral and oropharyngeal cancers are part of a larger grouping of cancers commonly referred to as head and neck cancers, and oral cancer comprises 85% of all diagnosed cases in this category. This year, approximately 53,000 people will be newly diagnosed, and it will result in death for 1 person every hour (about 9,750 people this year). Early detection is key in increasing the odds for successful treatment of this disease.
During each of your cleaning visits, we will examine your teeth, and look at the soft tissue in your mouth where the first signs of oral cancer can often be visible. We look on the sides and bottom of your tongue and on your lips and cheeks where lesions may first appear. If at home, you notice an ulcer, patch, or lump in your mouth that persists more than 2 weeks and/or is painful, you should make an appointment to have it evaluated. Spread the word. Screenings really could save a life!
To celebrate Oral Cancer Awareness Month and National Dental Hygienists Week, we’re launching a contest to give away one teeth whitening package.
- Like our Facebook Fan Page (<<ENTER YOUR FACEBOOK FAN PAGE)
- Show off your smile, or your family’s, or even your dog’s by posting a picture on our Facebook page with the caption #OralCancerMonth and #SuperStarDentalHygienist – Alternatively, you can tag your favorite dental hygienist on Facebook, but make sure to include the two hash tags above.
- You will automatically be entered in a draw for a chance to win a Life-Like Teeth Whitening Kit and the results will be announced in our next newsletter!
The month of April is a great time to get to know your hygienist. National Dental Hygienists Week (April 6th – 10th) celebrates these key members of our oral health team and their role in maintaining good oral health. Learn more about our Team here!
Until next month, keep smiling,
Social media updates for April 2020
Life-Like Dentists: use this content in your social media posts to help patients become aware of the benefits of teeth whitening. Remind patients to whiten their teeth!
- Happy Easter! We, at <<OFFICE NAME>>, hope you’re doing well despite what’s going on in the world right now. Once all the worrisome situations are over, don’t forget to have a dental health check. And maybe get a teeth whitening too?
- Wondering if in-office or at-home teeth whitening is the better option for you? For some people, an in-office teeth whitening solution works more effectively because a dentist will help you through the teeth whitening process. And for others, at-home teeth whitening solutions are more effective because they can whiten their teeth at their own pace. For more information, consult a dental health professional.
- This Easter, don’t forget to get your teeth checked once you can go out and about. Perhaps check out professional teeth whitening kits? In spite of the Covid-19 threats, don’t abandon the importance of your oral health, too.
- This Easter, we, at <<OFFICE NAME>>, would like to tell you all about PerioRenew, for those of you suffering from gum disease, this is a good product to know about because of the non-invasive approach. Next to helping you brighten your teeth in a safe manner, it also kills germs and breaks down biofilm to prevent bad breath.
- A fun way to celebrate Easter is to treat yourself to all the Easter candies. Remember to care for your teeth while you’re at it, though. And if you’re going to have some chocolates, don’t forget to brush and floss right after!
- It’s time to try something new this Easter. Afraid to try teeth whitening? Well, don’t be! Despite the rumors about it being a painful process, there’s no pain involved in the gel based whitening we offer, called Life-Like Teeth Whitening. Ask us about it today!
- The month of April is a great time to get to know your hygienist. National Dental Hygienists Week (April 6th – 10th) celebrates these key members of our oral health team and their role in maintaining good oral health. Learn more about our Team here!
- We, at <<OFFICE NAME>>, are wishing you well this Easter. Have lots of Easter candies with you? Remember this, though: Especially if you have a habit of munching on hard candies, let your dental health professional come to your rescue. Enjoying sweets may bring you happiness. But too much of these candies is bad for your teeth’s health.
- April is Oral Cancer Awareness Month. Oral and oropharyngeal cancers are part of a larger grouping of cancers commonly referred to as head and neck cancers, and oral cancer comprises 85% of all diagnosed cases in this category. This year, approximately 53,000 people will be newly diagnosed, and it will result in death for 1 person every hour (about 9,750 people this year). Early detection is key in increasing the odds for successful treatment of this disease.