If you have a dental graduate in your life and want to stand out from the crowd try roaring “Felicitations” or say it with a gift! There might be loads that this new dentist wants to do with their life. They might be content with just a simple ‘well done’ and that’s that. But maybe they are more ambitious then that. Perhaps they want to open up their own dentist business. If this is the case then you should show them something like this marketing for dentists to give them a better idea of what else is out there. If this is something that does not interest them, then you could probably just get them one of the gifts that I’m describing below.
Here are 6 gifts to celebrate their hard work and dedication to dental health:
Help Pay Your Student’s Debt
The average dental grad has a little over $261,000 in debt at graduation, according to the American Student Dental Association.
Business Card Holder
If you’re going for simple but still dental, check out these fun art pieces. You could also help improve their website by using dental art for their logo. A dentists website plays a huge part in whether the customer uses them or not because it looks unprofessional then they won’t trust them so your contribution of dental art to their website can be added by website designers may help them get more customers. If you’re interested in helping out more then check out dentist website design by Dental CMO.
Dental Flicks And Chill
Put together some dental-related movies; Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Ghost Town, Little Shop of Horrors. Throw in a snuggy, water bottle and popcorn. This is perfect for them to enjoy after a hard year of schoolwork.
Unique Cutting Board
This clever, personalized laser engraved bamboo cutting board will be a great addition to their kitchen, better yet, new office break room!
Treat your graduate to a wine glass with a straw. May seem strange, but drinking your wine through a straw can help avoid staining and an acid attack on your teeth.
Whatever route you choose to go our hats go off to you and your graduate! Cheers, to improving oral health!