Dear Life-Like Dentists:

Here is your stock dental marketing content for New Year 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


Dear readers,

Happy Holidays! We, at <<OFFICE NAME>>, hope you enjoyed your time out and spent every minute of it with a happy heart.

Speaking of a happy heart, did you know poor dental health is linked to poor heart health? Yes, it’s true. Let’s turn to the researchers at Harvard Medical School for this. You see, they studied almost a million people who have experienced a threat to their hearts. And they discovered a correlation between the two.

The result? People with poor dental health = increased risk of coronary heart disease

That said, be willing to throw away bad dental habits. And instead, learn new ones that are good for you.

Consider these new dental habits:


  • Don’t crunch ice. It’s tempting especially if your iced beverage comes with big chunks of ice. Sadly, though, crunching ice causes microscopic cracks in the surface of your enamel.
  • Stop teeth grinding. It doesn’t matter if you engage in teeth grinding during the day or the night when nobody can see you. You know, it’s bad for you. It wears your teeth down.
  • Floss properly. Using dental floss, among other dental products, is a good call. But do you slide the floss gently between your teeth and gums? And do you rub it along the surface of your teeth? And do you do it daily? If not, you’re doing it wrong.
  • Use your teeth for nothing else but eating. Kudos to the skillful ones who can open bottles, bags of potato chips, and more with their teeth. But you shouldn’t follow their lead because it can weaken your teeth.
  • Use antiseptic rinses. Water will help you clean your teeth and mouth, too. But if you don’t want to bring in bacteria that lead to bad breath and gum disease, it’s not the best solution. 
  • Use a toothbrush with soft bristles. Hard-bristled toothbrushes seem cool because they’re firm. But firmer isn’t cooler. Hard bristles can irritate your gums and result in sensitive teeth. 


And oh, you should include teeth whitening, too. The result of a teeth whitening process is obvious: white teeth. But hey, there’s more to it than meets the eye. 

Do you think you can maintain the state of those newly-bleached pearly whites without engaging in good dental practices?

We’ll leave you to ponder on that thought.

Kind regards,


Social media updates for New Year 2019

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!

  • White teeth and fresh breath go well together. So why not welcome the year with the power of these two?
  • It’s the New Year. Visited your dentist yet? Always be mindful of your dental health.
  • A year has just passed. Now you’re starting anew. But before you go and get out there, make sure your dental health is in great condition. 
  • This New Year, <<OFFICE NAME>> reminds you to brush, floss, and rinse regularly.
  • Be health-wise this new year. Start by going over your dental practices. If you don’t brush your teeth after each meal, for example, you’re putting your dental health at risk.
  • A cool way to enter this brand new year is to let any bad dental health habits take the backseat. This way, you can start fresh on your journey in the right direction!
  • To be more confident in facing what the new year has for you, consider working on your smile. You know, if you smile more often, you’re more likable.
  • If you have good dental habits, keep up the good work. Happy New Year to you!
  • Happy New Year! Remember to sort out your priorities this time around and also remember that your dental health matters.
  • The beginning of a year represents a chance for a clean slate. Engaging in terrible dental practices in the past is something to feel shy about. It could have increased your risk of developing different problems. But you know what? This time, you have a chance to do it differently.
  • A thought to ponder on this New Year: Each day matters. So remember to always make your days count.
  • Thinking about teeth whitening this time around? You may choose at-home teeth whitening kits over in-office ones. But know this: the American Dental Association recommends having professional supervision. Before going through a teeth whitening process, consulting your dentist first is the way to go. 
  • This New Year, have the courage to be a “trailblazer”. Carving a new path may be overwhelming. But having the boldness to make it happen makes you praiseworthy. If you’ve engaged in troublesome dental habits in the past, don’t be afraid to start doing better.
  • Fun fact this New Year: Americans spend billions of dollars each year to keep their teeth in perfect condition.
  • Scared to go through with in-office teeth whitening? Well, rest assured there is nothing to be afraid of. Teeth whitening is a perfectly safe procedure.
  • In terms of your dental health, what’s one thing you would have done better? Oh and Happy New Year!
  • Love to eat chocolate on holidays? That’s good. Chocolate, particularly dark chocolate, is good for your heart.
  • It’s a new year. It’s time to start living in a better and bright light. If you’ve been lazy about your dental habits, you know it’s time to correct them, don’t you?
  • Happy New Year! Smile and hopefully, your pleasant smile will inspire others to do the same.