There’s nothing quite like a fresh, fresh smile when you’re on vacation.
Dental tourism is on the rise, and we’ve seen a significant uptick in the amount of people visiting our parks and lakes, as well as our mountains.
But how are we managing our dental tourism?
In this post, we’ll be taking a look at how we’re using our parks to create a healthy environment for dental visitors.
DENTAL VISITOR HEALTH BENEFITS Dental visitors have the same dental benefits that visitors to the mountains enjoy, including a sense of well-being and the opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of our parks.
This is especially true in winter months when many of our visitor experiences are disrupted due to snow and ice.
In addition to dental benefits, the park experience is also highly beneficial for visitors.
If you visit in winter and are experiencing dental issues, it’s very important to see your dentist.
Because the majority of dental visits are for general dental issues and require regular cleaning, a good dentist is very important for dental health.
A dentist who understands your needs, is able to address your specific dental issues in a timely manner, and is available to meet you at the park is the difference between a successful dental visit and a failed visit.
While dental health is a huge part of our wellness, we also have a strong emphasis on our environmental health and environmental stewardship.
This includes parks, hiking trails, and our outdoor recreation activities.
For instance, we encourage our visitors to take a break from the park during summer, and to reduce their environmental impact on the environment by taking a walk or bike ride on our trails or walking to the nearest beach.
PARKS AND GYMING We’re excited to be able to bring outdoor recreation into our parks, but we’re also committed to making sure that our park stays as natural and as accessible as possible.
This means we’re constantly looking to improve our facilities, such as the trails and trailsheds in our parks in order to make them as accessible to people as possible, while also maintaining the best possible experience for our visitors.
In fact, it might surprise you to learn that we’ve made some major changes to our trailshed infrastructure in order for our park to be as accessible and fun as possible to all.
To begin with, we eliminated the “shelter” in our trails, which has traditionally served as an area for people to store their gear while they hike the trails.
While this is great for our trails and our visitors, it also makes our trails look a bit nicer, and allows for us to improve the overall experience for everyone.
The second major change we’ve instituted is our new “park-and-gym” concept.
Our park-and‑gym is the first time we’ve integrated this feature into the park, and it’s already helping our visitors enjoy the park.
In the past, we would bring our visitors on a day hike to our gym, which was just a series of trails.
These trails were designed to be accessed by the public and then easily accessible to anyone who wanted to hike the day hike.
As we began to add the gym to our parks at the end of summer, we decided that our trails were no longer an easy option, and that it was better for our visitor experience to be accessible to the public by having the gym at the edge of the park where they could walk to it.
This has made our park- and-gyms a lot more enjoyable for everyone, as you can see in the following videos.
Our “Gymshed” on our Park Trail We’ve recently installed a new “Gym-and–Hike” at our park trail.
This new feature makes it easier for our Park visitors to enjoy their hikes in our park.
It’s a great way to have a few fun minutes while you’re walking to and from the gym.
For the first few weeks of our park, this is how you can use it.
When you’re done with your hike, you’ll notice that it’s marked on the GPS map.
This gymshed is where you can go to find the next trail or hike, and where you’ll find the rest of your park experience.
This Gymshed will be marked on your GPS map for the next few weeks, and you can check it by using your phone or computer.
Once you’re finished with your day hike, the trail that you’ve marked on our GPS map will be visible to you.
Once your trail is marked on a GPS map, it’ll be visible at all times.
In order to get the best experience for all of our visitors and for our parks visitors, we’ve created a “Gymedetag” on each of our trails that allows them to log their hike, which will allow us to give you a more accurate and up-to-date list of your trailshed.
We want everyone who visits our