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Rochester, MN dentists Dr. Jim Gores, Dr. Lucy Gores, and Dr. Peggy Scott have a great way to support local charitable organizations. And even better, it’s one that involves you!

Each year we sponsor events that serve individuals in our community. They are:

  • Quarry Hill Wild Child Dash. Children under 10 run wild through a trail course, and there’s an adult 5k course as well. Proceeds of the sponsorship goes towards summer programs for the children in our community.
  • Timmay 5K. Held during National Donate Life month this race is for all individuals. Proceeds of the sponsorship goes to the Gift of Life Transplant House. The race hopes to build awareness of the need for organ donation.
  • During the holiday season we are collecting canned food and gently used winter wear. Donations will go to Channel One Regional Food Bank and the The Salvation Army – Rochester, MN. Donations can be dropped off at our office through December 31, 2017.

We donate all proceeds of our teeth whitening treatments to local charities like the Quarry Hill Nature Center and the Von Wald Group Home.So when you purchase a treatment from us, you get not only a brighter smile but also the warm feeling that comes from doing a good deed!

Your teeth will look great. And you’ll enjoy the great feeling that comes from doing good! Call Lakeside Dentistry at 507-316-6444. You can also use our online form to make an appointment for your family.

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