10 Critical Steps the High School Class of 2010 Must Take To Do To Get Their Teeth Ready For College
The SAT’s are over, the college applications are done, and the
acceptances are in and the perfect college has been chosen.
Nothing can ruin a college freshman’s first year away from
home more than a big dental problem. Some simple planning
now can avoid big problems later.
“The first year away from home is a big adjustment for college freshman” says dental health expert Dr. David Scharf. “The last thing a freshman needs is a dental problem their first year away in college. Finding an emergency dentist, making treatment decisions and incurring avoidable expenses are things students struggling to adjust to life in college just don’t need.”
Dr. Scharf is a powerful and entertaining interview. He will tell your audience:
Why college freshman will have more dental problems than high school seniors.
How the need for fresh breath can lead to tooth loss in 1 semester or less.
How to stop the stress of college from breaking teeth.
What is the biggest mistake most freshman make about their dental health
What dental treatments need to be completed before packing up for college
Which dental x-rays are critical to avoid unforeseen emergencies while away
What is the most common dental emergency a college freshman will have and how to avoid it
How to easily find a good dentist in an emergency while away in a new town
To discover how the class of 2014 can prepare their teeth for college and for more tips on how your readers can keep their teeth white and healthy, call Dr. David Scharf at (631)661-6633 for an informative interview.
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- David R. Scharf, DMD PC
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