False Teeth Day
False Teeth Day is observed next on Thursday, March 9th, 2023 (289 days from today).
False Teeth Day is celebrated on March 9 every year. False Teeth are also known as dentures. False Teeth are artificial devices made to replace lost teeth. Regular dentures are removable, full and partial removable dentures. However, there are many styles of dentures, some of which rely on fastening to teeth or dental implants. False Teeth are widely made of porcelain and plastic; Porcelain will create a feeling close to natural teeth. False Teeth can help you chew, speak and look better. Oral health show the status of your health a lot. Therefore, False Teeth Day is organized to remind people to take care of their oral health before it is too late.
The Importance of Removable Denture Care
Dentures are created in a variety of designs to cater to the specific needs of the patient. Some styles hold the remaining tooth while others act as a complete replacement. Even when dentures work with the original teeth, the patient is still susceptible to tooth decay, leading to pain and discomfort.
Complete replacement of conventional caries-free dentures because materials include acrylics, resins, porcelain and reinforced metals. Therefore, infrequent brushing and tartar buildup are reasons causing dentures to discolor or have an undesirable odor.
Caring for Removable Dentures
Always remove and wash dentures in cool water after eating. Patients should handle removable dentures carefully and avoid dropping them. To support in the cleaning process, let put a towel to cushion around in case the denture slips out of your hand.
Check the condition of your removable dentures and use a soft-bristled toothbrush to remove food gaps and stains. Depending on how often you wear your dentures, you may be able to clean your natural teeth, if any, as well as your tongue and other parts of your mouth before you put the dentures back on. Ensure that all denture cleaning solutions are removed from the denture as well as the adhesive.
Remember to give your gums a break after wearing a removable denture for hours. Your dentist or oral hygienist will recommend preservation methods as well as overnight remedies for a deep clean. If you notice cracks or wear and tear along the denture, make an appointment with your dentist.
History of False Teeth Day
Our teeth and their condition are almost always an indication of how we are living. The ability to eat well and have a beautiful smile requires us to have well-functioning teeth. Missing teeth can also impair speech and make people appear older than they are. Who wants to feel old when they're still young and want to conquer the world? Health and oral hygiene at different times in history were a sign of a person's wealth and power in society.
There have been many different types of dentures as technology has progressed. One of the most famous people to wear dentures is possibly George Washington. There has always been a myth that he had teeth made of wood. Historically, his dentures were made from ivory and held in place by wire. His only remaining set of full dentures is on display at Mount Vernon and is a work of animal and human teeth cast in lead and ivory.
It's important to keep your teeth strong and healthy so you're not one of those people who need dentures. Dental disease and tooth decay can affect your overall health. Heart disease, infections, pain, impaired concentration and lack of sleep are just some of the ways the body can be affected. To avoid this, remember to have good oral hygiene and visit your dentist regularly.
How to celebrate False Teeth Day
Do you have any idea for False Teeth Day? Use this day as a reminder to visit your local dentist. It is very easy to miss an appointment but stay far away, forgetting is also understandable. So pick up that phone and get on the right track!
If you want to learn more about the people who historically made dentures, whirl around with your favorite search engine! You'll find names like Winston Churchill on the list. It is said that Winston even made dentures in such a way that his famous liar remained unchanged!
To ensure that good oral health is always a priority in your family, use the day to remind everyone to brush and floss. Choosing healthy snacks will keep your teeth strong and clean. Smile brightly at everyone you meet and let them know that you'll be wearing dentures for as long as possible!
Moreover, how about making an appointment with the dentist? Learn about oral care and how to protect teeth from falling out and share that knowledge with your grandparents and other elders. Resolve to take steps to maintain your oral health from this day on. Start following some teeth cleaning techniques and a healthy lifestyle. Do not forget to share your opinion about False Teeth Day on social media by using the hashtag #FalseTeethDay.
ObservedFalse Teeth Day has been observed annually on March 9th.
Tuesday, March 9th, 2021
Wednesday, March 9th, 2022
Thursday, March 9th, 2023
Saturday, March 9th, 2024
Sunday, March 9th, 2025