Archives

Thank you to everyone that participated in our Silver Dollar City contest! We had a huge response! Of course we wish everyone could win the season tickets, but our winner is the Vennerbeck family!  Congratulations and enjoy Silver Dollar City!

For everyone else, don’t worry, because we are about to start another new contest with an exciting prize!  This will be announced by tomorrow so stay tuned!

We also want to congratulate our latest Tell-A-Friend winner, Hunter Eggebraaten!  He is the lucky winner of the Sony flat screen television! 

We have just started our new Tell-A-Friend prize give away.  How would you like a Branson get away late this fall, with shopping and dining on us?  Details coming soon!  Remember, when you “tell-a-friend” about McBeth Orthodontics and they come to see us for a consultation, you will be entered to win!  That’s all you have to do to become eligible!  The more you tell, the more chances you have… it’s that simple!

Filed under Blog by  #

This recipe is from one of our staff members. It’s so good, we wanted to share!
Monster Cookies
3 eggs
1 1/4 cups brown sugar
2 tsp soda
1/4 lb butter
1 c sugar
1/4 c vanilla
1 tsp corn syrup
12 oz peanut butter
4 1/2 c oatmeal
4 oz M&M’s
4 oz chocolate chips
1 cup peanuts (optional.. we recommend leaving these out if your children have braces)
Bake at 350 for 10 minutes.  Makes about 50 medium scoop cookies.

Filed under Blog by  #

A person’s set of teeth is unique much like their fingerprints. Even identical twins do not have exactly the same set of teeth. Did you know that your tongue is also unique?

The average woman smiles about 62 times a day! A man? Only 8! Kids laugh around 400 times a day. Adults…just 15.

If you’re right handed, you will tend to chew your food on your right side. If you’re left handed, you will tend to chew your food on your left side.

50% consider the smile the first facial feature they notice.

80% are not happy with their smile.

83% of people believe their teeth are more important than hair and eyes.

People who drink 3 or more sugary sodas daily have 62% more dental decay.

More people use blue toothbrushes than red ones.