Apple Valley, MN, August 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Apple Valley dentists, Dr. Shelley Wakefield and Dr. Bennett Isabella have taken up “myth busting” within their Dakota Dental Apple Valley Family Dentistry blog.
Staying committed to raise awareness for good dental and oral health, the Dakota Dental Clinic is inviting individuals to submit their questions about old wives’ tales, familiar sayings or commonly held beliefs about teeth and oral health. Dr. Wakefield and Dr. Isabella are bustin’ these myths - letting their blog readers know which are “Tooth Truths” and which are just “Mouth Myths” as well as shedding light on old wives’ tales and providing the history behind familiar sayings about teeth and oral health.
Recent posts within the Dakota Dental Apple Valley Dental Clinic blog have busted whether it’s true that you should put a dislodged tooth in milk while transporting it to the dentist to have it replaced, if there’s any truth to the old saying, “gain a child, lose a tooth” and how the old saying, “don’t look a gift horse in the mouth” originated.
This Tooth Truth, Mouth Myth blog series is just one of the numerous ways that Dakota Dental Apple Valley Family Dentistry continues to invest in the Apple Valley community. The Dakota Dental Clinic also donates dental services to the Give Kids A Smile program, speaks to schools, parenting and church groups and other organizations promoting good oral health and wellness and invests in the lives of students by participating in Apple Valley High School’s student mentor program.
Individuals are invited to submit their question to the Dakota Dental Apple Valley Dental Clinic at DakotaDental.com. The dentists will let interested readers know which are Tooth Truth’s and which are Mouth Myth’s within their Dakota Dental Family Dentistry blog posts. Everyone who submits a myth or question to bust will be entered into a drawing to win a prize.
Dakota Dental Apple Valley Family Dentistry serves the southern Minneapolis/Saint Paul suburbs. Located in the Pennock Professional Building in Apple Valley, Minnesota, Dakota Dental Center provides comprehensive dental work including, but not limited to, preventative dental services, restorative dental procedures, dental implants, periodontal disease treatment, dentistry for kids, low anxiety dentistry, cosmetic dentistry, Invisalign and dental emergency services.