Mint Dentistry

Mint Dentistry to Sponsor Lizzy Strong Run to Fight Human Trafficking

LogoApril, June 9, one of the most innovative charity runs in the United States will start from 11 different cities in an effort to raise $41,100 to fight human trafficking, sex slaves and child prostitution. All participants will run 4.11 miles and many participants have secured sponsors so they can donate larger sums.

Mint Dentistry Crowns St. Patrick's Day Parade

LogoGreen beer. Floats with pretty girls. Floats with ugly men. Floats with animals. It's time for the 37th St. Patrick's day parade, launching 11 am at Greenville and Blackwell Street and winding up at the Mint Dentistry Booth at University and Greenville. This is the largest St. Patty's day parade in the Southwest with over 125,000 spectators up and down the parade's two-mile route. There are over 90 parade floats, 1700 marchers, and all proceeds from the ticket, sponsorship and bead (throw them and collect them and wear them if new to St. Patty's Parade) sales go to GABBA – The Greenville Avenue Area Business Association. GABBA awards scholarships to students in DISD schools.

Mint Dentistry to Be Title Sponsor of the World's Largest Nerf Battle Saturday, March 12 at AT&T Stadium

LogoAT&T Stadium is where the Cowboys do battle in the fall. However, March 12, an entirely different battle will take place: a free wheeling five minute Nerf War consisting of some 2,400 people, setting a Guinness World Record for the world's largest Nerf Battle.

Dr. Field Harrison and Mint Dentistry Unveils Keep Smiling Promise and Gives Soldiers Back Their Smile

LogoDr. Field Harrison of Mint Dentistry has recently competed his third makeover of a seriously wounded soldier under the Keep Smiling Promise, an initiative of Mint Dentistry to restore the smile of soldiers who suffered catastrophic wounds in the Iraq and Afghan war. Dr. Harrison began this initiative because of his respect for those who have served our country and his anguish at seeing returning soldiers wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan with severe mouth and teeth injuries that kept them from living a normal life.  The Keep Smiling Promise is simply this: Mint will restore at no charge the smile of any veteran whose mouth suffered grave injuries on the field of battle. At no cost to the veteran, Dr. Harrison donates and operates on the veteran--restoring their smiles, completely.