Our Favorite Tweets from the American Dental Association
We have gathered some of our favorite dental tweets from the American Dental Association. Below you will find great information (from dental tips on how to brush your teeth to maintaining good oral health), entertaining tweets (often found with the hashtag #TBT) and eye-opening stats about dental care under #DentalAction. Be sure to follow them @AmerDentalAssn!
18 Favorite Tweets About Dentistry
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) November 19, 2013
As a family dental practice, this was easily one of our favorites. Take the pledge!
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) November 1, 2013
Throwback Tooth Day (#TBT) is one of our favorite dental hashtags to follow.
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) September 26, 2013
This video is just another reason to be following along #TBT!
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) September 19, 2013
Fascinating tweet on the lack of tooth decay in the animal kingdom.
We loved this tweet because it underscores the relationship between your overall health and well being and your oral health.
Decrease your stress and your gums will thank you http://t.co/hRCfD2fIvP
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) August 6, 2013
We mentioned this in the dental myth busting section of our own dental infographic with pregnancy tips.
Some sound dental advice: healthy eating habits.
Healthy eating habits are one of the keys to good oral health http://t.co/R7LC9bp1AN
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) August 13, 2013
Here’s another pregnancy tip that the ADA tweeted; you can find 24 tips to maintain oral health during your pregnancy in our infographic.
Hormonal changes can lead to an increased risk of gum disease (gingivitis) throughout pregnancy http://t.co/D0HOfesX1D
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) August 28, 2013
Have you heard about Tropical Storm Flossie?
Do you know your dental history?
In 1859, 26 dentists joined to form what is now America’s leading advocate for oral health. Today, that legacy continues. — American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) May 15, 2013
This is one of those eye opening dental statistics. Browse #DentalAction for others.
Another really surprising dental statistic here.
A dry mouth can mean more than simply needing another glass of water.
Unexpected benefits of gum! Like the tweet says, make sure its sugarless!
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) March 11, 2013
If mints aren’t freshening your breath, it might be a good idea to visit your local dentist.
Valentine’s Day Tip: Mints may not beat bad breath. Stinky breath can be an indicator of oral disease or worse. http://t.co/smFSEj8D
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) February 14, 2013
We love to see that the upcoming generation is visiting the dentist. Hopefully they will keep up the good habit when they enter adulthood!
ADA research shows adults’ dental visits have declined while children’s increased from 2000-10 http://t.co/HHJ6WPOpCm
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) March 20, 2013
This tweet stresses the importance of preventative care, something our practice (and many others) really emphasizes.
Nearly 1 in 4 U.S. children under 5 already have a cavity. Children aren’t born with cavities. Prevention is key. #ADAMay15
— American Dental Assn (@AmerDentalAssn) May 13, 2013