National Root Canal Appreciation Day
National Root Canal Appreciation Day is celebrated on second Wednesday of every May. National Root Canal Appreciation Day celebrates the appreciation of doing a root canal. Tooth pain is not a simple thing if you have an experience with tooth pain earlier you may have treatment from an endodontist. The Root Canal is for all your damage and irritating tooth and it will recover you from worsening or abscess. The treatment used for maintaining your teeth by checking the integrity of the natural bite.
“I’ve come to look upon death the same way I look upon root-canal work. Everyone else seems to get through it all right, so it couldn’t be too difficult for me.” – Joseph Heller
History of National Root Canal Appreciation Day
Dr.Chris Kammer introduced the National Root Canal Appreciation Day in 2005. Dr.Kammer is one of famous America’s Favorite Rock’n’Roll Dentist; then in 2004, he performed his original rap song “Get Out the Brush” at Madison Mallards collegiate league ballpark, just for inspiring the 5,991 baseball fans and make them brush theri teeth simultaneously. So Dr.Kammer announced this day as National Root Canal Appreciation Day, on May 11, 2005.
Other Celebrations on May 9
May 9 is also celebrated as
- National School Nurse Day
- National Lost Sock Memorial Day
- National Moscato Day
- National Third Shift Workers Day
- National Receptionists Day
- Donate A Day’s Wages To Charity Day
How to Celebrate National Root Canal Appreciation Day
The day can be celebrated with the person who doesn’t get a root canal, moreover, we do not recommend those people for the celebration. On this day you can thank your dentist. If you get root canal say thanks to the person who did it for you. Share your experience of a root canal on Social Media by using the hashtag #NationalRootCanalAppreciationDay.