• Add a Twist to Your Valentine’s Day

    Add a Twist to Your Valentine’s Day

    Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be just about chocolate, candies and other treats for your sweetie.  Celebrate with a smile this year by exploring some great ways to have a happy Valentine’s Day that also keep oral health in mind.

    Love Notes to Bring a Smile

    Start your Valentine’s Day on a unique note – literally.  Write a love note that emphasizes smiles.  Recall a time when your valentines’ laughter brightened a gloomy day or when a shared joke made both of you laugh.  Need inspiration?  Here are a few to get you started:

    • You’re the reason for my smile.


    • Your smile is the best gift I can receive.


    • My dentist said to avoid sweets, but I can’t get enough of you!


    Plan an Evening of Smiles

    For the entire evening, celebrate the moments and activities that bring out genuine smiles and laughter.  Whether it’s watching a funny movie or having a spirited game night, choose activities that you both love.

    Create a “Smile” Playlist

    Music is powerful.  It evokes emotions, memories and yes, smiles.  Spend time curating a playlist of songs that make you smile and share it with your valentine.  Take it one step further and turn it into a dance party!


    This year, plan a day of shared laughs, and the promise of many more smiles.

    Happy Valentine’s Day

    Grin Magazine

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