Archive for May, 2010

Relay-Cancer Does Not Stop for Nighttime

8 days until Relay! Some may think we are nuts to walk through the night. But the following explains why we do it: “Relay for Life is overnight because cancer never sleeps. The light and darkness of the day and night parallel the physical effects, emotion, and mental states of a cancer patient while undergoing […]

Relay for Life

Valley Dental Works is thrilled to be sponsoring and participating in Oregon City’s 2010 Relay for Life June 26-27 at Clackamas Community College. This fabulous event raises awareness for ALL types of cancers while raising money to support those fighting the disease now and celebrating with those who are survivors. The event is held for […]

IMPLANTS: the Who, What, & Why

Dr. Stafford is putting on his speaker-extraordinaire-hat and hosting a seminar on dental implants. Here are some of the questions he will answer: What are they?What can they do?What is the installation process?Does it hurt?How long does it last?How much do they cost?Am I a candidate? An oral surgeon, an implant manufacturer’s representative will also […]

Questions, Ideas and Smart Remarks . . .

As Valley Dental Works enters the blogging world, we hope to provide information that is useful for your health, your family or just to have if ever needed. We love what we do and could wax on about many topics. And we will. BUT . . . We also want to know what questions you […]

Texas Travels

I recently returned from Grapevine, Texas and the annual session of the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry which was held there. This is my favorite meeting each year because of the quality of the presentations, the opportunity to rub shoulders with the luminaries of the profession, the hands on workshops, and the networking with other […]

Champion for Children

Last Wednesday, we hosted a table at the Clackamas Children’s Center Champion for Children Luncheon at the Oregon Golf Club in West Linn. More than 400 participants gathered to support the Center as they help the vulnerable children of our county. Tracy Barry, of KGW NewsChannel 8, was a delightful Master of Ceremonies. The Center’s […]

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