Thursday, September 4, 2014

Rainbow Dental Therapy

About to walk out the door shortly after six o'clock, I noticed my co-worker Rita was busy doing something at the back of the room and thought I'd lend a hand so she could get home too.
She was counting, cutting and stapling raffle tickets, so I followed her lead and we had the job done after another half-hour.
She didn't want to be in the photo, so I've cropped her out, but here is the heavy-duty machine that was used to cut the tickets.

On Tuesday I visited the Rainbow Dental Therapy office in Kelvington for a checkup and cleaning. I need one small but deep filling, dammit, but enjoyed the quickest and most gentle tooth-cleaning I have ever had. Usually they are a bit of an ordeal. Not this time! If Amelia, the therapist at Rainbow, is half as adept at doing fillings as she is with cleaning teeth, my next appointment will be a breeze!

This dental therapy clinic is the only one of its kind in Saskatchewan. Amelia does her work, which is overseen and approved by a licensed dentist (naturopathic, if I read right) who comes out to the office once a month.

I couldn't be more tickled. Usually to find professionals who do this kind of work, we have to drive all over the province. And here we are with them set up just a half-hour away. Woo hoo!

Amelia also makes her own tooth-cleaning recipe that replaces toothpastes full of fluoride and other enemies of healthy teeth that are on the commercial market. I've purchased a jar of her peppermint-flavoured concoction and am liking it just fine.


  1. I'm so glad you enjoyed you visit. Thank you for your compliments and recognizing Amelia's special contribution to the community.

  2. A former workplace of mine had a cutter similar to that in its printshop. Joe, the manager was flummoxed as to why it would stop working for him all the time and called in someone to fix it. After demonstrating how he used the cutter, it was discovered that Joe's beer belly came between the safety lasers designed to keep body parts well away from the blade while he was standing in font of it, and shut the thing down!

  3. Glad to hear your found someone with a gentle touch to take care of your teeth. Going to the dentist can be an ordeal.


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