Posted December 7, 2015
Make Joyful Noise! @ Safe Haven Humane Society
Timberhill Dental loves to support the community and has always taken donations for both Heartland Humane Society and Safe haven Humane Society. We thought we would pass this flyer along to help spread the word.
From the 1st of December to the 24th you can get $50 dollars off your pet adoption if you sing a Christmas tune at the front desk! What a fun, great way to spread holiday cheer!
Posted November 30, 2015
Trillium Children’s Farm Home is Oregon’s leader in providing mental and behavioral healthcare for children and families. They offer individualized, family-centered,evidence-based treatment to help children gain the skills necessary to manage their mental health alleges. Often these children are there during the Holidays. Please help us provide each child a special gift at Christmas.
Posted November 24, 2015
Do you know the Top 10 Thanksgiving Day Foods?
Don’t Forget to Brush and Floss!
Top 10 Thanksgiving Foods
BY MERILLA MICHAEL • NOVEMBER 18, 2015
As we slowly but surely approach the relief that is Thanksgiving break, it’s time for those of us who plan on feasting, to pick and choose the dishes in which to indulge. It’s impossible to eat everything — though you may want to — so you might have to be selective. To help with this difficult decision, consult the following ranking of the top 10 Thanksgiving foods.
1. Mashed potatoes should be at the top of everyone’s list. Potatoes are one of the best things to grace this Earth, and the variety of potato dishes that you can make are endless. Plus, mashed potatoes are so simple that even us college kids can help out in the kitchen with that one, or else just be the designated taster. You pick.
2. Rolls and biscuits are the highlights of a Thanksgiving dinner for many, especially for those who are sly enough to sneak a couple before their guests eat them all. When made right, they’re so light and fluffy that you’ll have to really resist the urge to eat them all.
3. Stuffing that isn’t weirdly stuffed in a Turkey is severely underrated. It’s just a bowl of carbs into which you can add literally anything. It’s a light enough dish that you can go back for seconds and not feel completely bogged down.
4. Why is turkey not first on the list? It’s just so easy to cook a dry turkey, and those are never fun. It takes a lot of effort to cook, does not taste better than mashed potatoes, takes up a ton of room on the table and is difficult to cut. Turkey’s a little too much trouble for what it’s worth, but there’s something to be said for traditions.
5. Cranberry sauce, when made fresh (!), is worthy of a spot in the top five. It can be a great addition to turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing — anything, really. Also, cranberry sauce on sandwiches made with leftovers in the week after Thanksgiving is a nice, economical treat.
6. Dessert, dessert, dessert! Pumpkin pie is usually a Thanksgiving staple, but apple and berry pies tend to appeal to a wider audience. Either way, get a dollop of whipped cream or vanilla ice cream on your pie, and you’re good to go.
7. Many have a love-hate relationship with corn, but it’s the only vegetable to make it on the good part of this list, so it has some things going for it. The fact that kernels always get stuck in your teeth is an annoying but worthwhile price to pay for the delicious taste.
8. Gravy on its own isn’t exactly going to satisfy your taste buds, but it’s a great addition to anything that lacks a bit of flavor. It’s also easy to make, so you can feel like you actually tense if you step in and say, “Oh, don’t worry, Uncle Pete. I’ll take care of the gravy.”
9. Sweet potato anything. Sweet potatoes, unless they are in the form of fries, are really just gross. Sure, they’re “healthy,” but Thanksgiving dinner isn’t about health. The most popular sweet potato dish is likely mashed sweet potatoes. When you already have delicious regular mashed potatoes, why would you want anything that looks like pureed children’s food (and doesn’t taste much better)?
10. Vegetables that smell weird when cooked, like brussel sprouts and broccoli, are a no-no. You’ll have plenty of times in your life to eat vegetables, but Thanksgiving day is not that day. Put away the greens.
Posted November 2, 2015
Dollars, Not Decay
Our Annual Dollar$ Not Decay Event was a SUCCESS! Well over 800 lbs collected!
Thanks to all who came in and exchanged their candy for the more healthy option of CASH!
Posted October 13, 2015
Jamaica – Humanitarian Dental Aid Trip was a Success
In late September early October Dr. Black, his wife Susan and the Timberhill Dental Staff traveled to Ocho Rio Jamaica to provide free dental care to the people of Jamaica. They held their dental clinic in the Davis-town township which is in the Parrish of Saint Ann. It was a life changing event for all. Please ask us about it,
we’d LOVE to share our amazing story.
Posted July 22, 2015
95 Days Until Jamaica! – Ask us how you can help
The count down has started!
Just a 144 days until we volunteer our dental services in the Parish of St. Anne Jamaica. We will be accepting donations, please ask us how you can help.
Posted June 18,2015
Swim Party 2015
Our 2015 Annual SWIM PARTY will be held on Friday July 24th at the Osborn Aquatic Center from 6:15 pm to 7:45 pm.
We will be giving away several gift certificates to many local restaurants, as well as a gift certificate for the Evergreen Aviation Museum and Water Park! You must be present to win, so please Join us!
Posted May 21, 2015
Everyone congratulate our lucky contest winner!
Our patient Leyna participated in our “Like and Share and write a Review” contest. She is now the proud owner of an iPad Air!
Please check our facebook page and website regularly for upcoming contests and
Posted May 11,2015
Timberhill Dental Humanitarian Trip To Jamaica
Timberhill Dental Humanitarian Trip Supply List
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