Top 10 reasons to go to the dentist in Bend, Oregon

December 30, 2015

Distinctive Dentistry is here to offer the top 10 reasons to go to the dentist in Bend, Oregon:

1st Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: Distinctive Dentistry is conveniently located in the Old Mill District.

2nd Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: Bottle of Incisor IPA beer offered to patients age 21+.

3rd Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: Not an IPA fan? Select a bottle of Floss Like a Boss Porter instead.

4th Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: Or you could go with an Attack the Plaque Stout!

5th Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: One more beer choice in our lineup... the Open Wide ISR.

6th Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: Braces are offered for only $100 a month!

7th Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: We feature pieces by local artists, to give you something beautiful to look at while you're here.

8th Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: Distinctive Dentistry adds the latest treatment options and new technologies into the mix, to bring you painless, comfortable options.

9th Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: Teeth whitening with the Zoom! system to get you in and out in a flash!

10h Reason to Smile at the Bend Oregon Dentist: We treat you like a PERSON, not just a PATIENT. 

Contact us to get started! www.DistinctiveBend.com

Distinctive Dentistry Bend Oregon located in Old Mill District offers neuromuscular orthodontics

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