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Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS Shares Wild Animal Dental Facts

In Health and Beauty on May 30, 2011 at 3:24 am

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist

Chomp is the friendly alligator mascot at the offices of the Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS. Chomp and the Hermitage Pediatric Dentist have been friends for a long time. When visiting schools to teach kids about dental health, Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS usually brings Chomp along to help teach and entertain the children. Recently, the Hermitage Pediatric Dentist interviewed Chomp. Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS discovered that Chomp had a wealth of dental facts about the fantastic animal kingdom. The Hermitage Pediatric Dentist had the opportunity to ask Chomp questions from children that visit their offices.

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS: Good morning, Chomp! Thank you so much for taking the time to grant us this interview.

Chomp: Good morning, Dr. Snodgrass! It’s always great to talk to you.

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS: Thanks, Chomp, that’s sweet. I’ve got some questions for you today from kids at our local elementary schools.

Chomp: How exciting! Those kids can think up some of the most interesting questions.

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS: That’s the truth. Today’s questions are all about animals. I thought you’d be particularly qualified to answer some of these questions, being an animal yourself.

Chomp: Fire away, Dr. Snodgrass!

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist: First, which animal has the most teeth of them all?

Chomp: Hmm. Good question. The animal with the most teeth is the shark. A shark has multiple rows of teeth, and each row contains many hundreds of teeth.

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS: That’s a lot!

Chomp: But there’s more. Sharks technically have an infinite number of teeth, because when ever they lose a tooth, they can always grow it back no matter how old they get.

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS: Impressive. That’s very different from humans.

Chomp: Yes, humans have to take very good care of their adult teeth, because if they lose those, that’s it, human adult teeth never grow back.

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS: That is why brushing and flossing is so important. Our next question is about size. Which animal has the largest teeth of them all?

Chomp: Well, in pre-history the dinosaurs had the largest teeth. Being an alligator, I am a direct descendant of the ancient dinosaurs. But dinosaurs are extinct now. Today, the animal with the largest teeth is the elephant. A single elephant tooth can weigh as much as 6 pounds, sometimes more!

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS: Wow, that’s heavier than a jug of milk!

Chomp: Also, elephant teeth never stop growing. An elephant must keep chewing and eating to wear down its teeth so they do not grow too big for its own mouth.

Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS: Fascinating facts, Chomp! Well, we’re out of time for now, but I just wanted to thank you for all the excellent information.

Chomp: Sure thing, Dr. Snodgrass. I can’t wait until our next interview!

For more information about Hermitage Pediatric Dentist Dr. David Snodgrass DDS, please visit him online at http://snodgrassking.com

About Hermitage Pediatric Dentist

The Hermitage pediatric dentists of Snodgrass-King offer an exceptional and different dental experience for children. Founded by Dr. David Snodgrass and Dr. John T. King, the Hermitage pediatric dentist offices of Snodgrass-King combine “fun” with exceptional oral health care and services. In addition to their office located in Hermitage, Snodgrass-King offers pediatric dentist services in several other convenient locations around Nashville.

A first time visitor to Hermitage or any of the Snodgrass-King pediatric dentist offices may find a surprise awaiting them. On any given day a child may be greeted by Chomp, the Snodgrass-King alligator mascot, in the Hermitage lobby before they see their pediatric dentist. And if Chomp is not in the Hermitage office, there are other surprises before seeing their chosen pediatric dentist. From the video games in the lobby to watching a movie during a teeth cleaning, the Hermitage pediatric dentist office maintains the tradition of “fun” that comes with a visit to any Snodgrass-King office.

While a youngster wants fun, parents desire excellence in dental care for their child. The Snodgrass-King Hermitage pediatric dentist office meets and exceeds that expectation. Both of the founders of Snodgrass-King bring credentials and experience to their Hermitage pediatric patients. Dr. David Snodgrass, a respected and sought after speaker, brings over twenty years of experience to the Hermitage community. Dr. John T. King is Diplomat Board Certification with the American Board of Pediatric Dentistry. Between the founders and staff, the Hermitage pediatric dentist offices of Snodgrass-King offer nearly one hundred years of combined experience.

The highly skilled Hermitage pediatric dentists offer a wide array of specialty services to their young patients. From basic pediatric dentist services to orthodontic and specialty work, Snodgrass-King of Hermitage boasts exceptional pediatric dentists. Patients needing oral and maxillofacial specialty work can find such services at the Snodgrass-King Hermitage pediatric dentist office. The Hermitage pediatric dentist office of Snodgrass-King also offers tips and points concerning pediatric dental care online. The Snodgrass-King website displays safety and general health care tips as well as information about “what to expect” when visiting the Hermitage pediatric dentist office. Patients will also find contact information and hours of operation for the Snodgrass-King Hermitage pediatric dentist location.

Known for their work both within and outside of Hermitage, the pediatric dentists of Snodgrass-King have donated equipment and time to those who could not receive such quality care. Recently, co-founder of the Hermitage pediatric dentist office Dr. David Snodgrass was part of an effort to offer dental care to Nashville residents who otherwise would have gone without. In addition, the Snodgrass-King founders and pediatric dentists from Hermitage and other locations have donated equipment and frequently served the impoverished regions of Haiti and the Dominican Republic.

For more information or to contact the Hermitage pediatric dentists of Snodgrass-King please visit http://snodgrassking.com.

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