False Teeth Day
False Teeth Day is celebrated on the March 9 of every year. False teeth are known as dentures. Dentures are artificial devices that are constructed to replace the missing teeth; they are supported by the soft & hard tissues of the oral cavity. Conventional dentures are removable; wholly and partially removable dentures. However, there are many denture designs, some which rely on clasping onto teeth or dental implants. False teeth are widely made of porcelain and plastic; porcelain will make one feel similar to natural teeth. Dentures can help you in better chewing, speaking and looking. Your tooth health will tell more about your health. So this day is celebrated to remind everyone to take care of their dental health before it is late.
“Whenever they are condemning weaves or breast implants, some people speak so passionately that their false teeth almost fall out.” – Mokokoma Mokhonoana
History of False Teeth Day
There is no specific history behind the creation of the False Teeth Day. The creator and the reason behind the creation are also unknown. This day must be created to stress the fact about the removal of teeth due to dental diseases and the necessity to have a proper diet and a healthy lifestyle. False teeth day warns everybody to have a good dental health so that you need not be the person with the fake teeth. Dentures believed to exist from 15th Century. Wooden full dentures were invented in Japan around the early 16th century. The first porcelain dentures were made around 1770 by Alexis Duchateau. In 1820, Samuel Stockton, a goldsmith by trade, began manufacturing high-quality porcelain dentures mounted on 18-carat gold plates. Later awareness was created and falling of natural teeth in the age of 65–74 was gradually reduced.
Other Celebrations on March 9
March 9 is also celebrated as
- National Barbie Day
- National Meatball Day
- National Genealogy Day
- National Get Over It Day
- National Crabmeat Day
How to celebrate False Teeth Day
Celebrate False Teeth Day by fixing an appointment with a dentist. Learn about dental care and ways to protect your teeth from falling and share that knowledge with your grandparents and other older adults. Resolve to take steps to maintain your dental health from this day. Start following few teeth cleaning techniques and a healthy lifestyle. Post pictures and share your opinions on social media about the False Teeth Day by using the hashtag #FalseTeethDay.