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Local Dentist Makes Mother Earth a Top Priority with Advanced Patient Care

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The Portland, OR based Russell Teasdale DMD, doctor at Advanced Dental Arts NW, has found a way to get make every day earth day.

Unlike most practicing dentist, Dr. Teasdale feels his greatest obligation is to provide the best dental care possible to patients, as well as to treat Mother Earth with the utmost respect and diligence. He does this with a fresh approach to dentistry.
Some highlights of the breakthrough methods include

• Advanced Dental Arts NW was the first Dental office in Oregon to polish teeth with baking soda and air, an all-natural method to clean teeth.

• The practice has been mercury-based filling free since 1992.

• Advanced Dental Arts NW was one of the very first dental practices in the country to filter mercury-based restoration millings from our suction lines before they were deposited into the sewer systems
• They are the first office in Portland and one of the first in the country to convert to 100% optical imaging for all scanning impressions.

"Being a sustainable practice is important to us and it always has been. I was a featured speaker for my high school district during the very first Earth Day way back in 1970, and this office has carried on this philosophy of using our resources wisely,” says Dr. Teasdale.

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