20th Anniversary

We had a great time commemorating Blodgett Dental Care’s 20th Anniversary on April 2, 2021. It was genuinely incredible sharing this time with 400+ people virtually on Instagram. All of our discussions can be accessed on our Instagram page for your reference.

We want to thank all of the incredible individuals and professionals who shared their holistic and integrative care insights. Also, thank you to the patients who shared their personal journeys of healing. A big shout out to our office team who joined in as well. Every day they commit to meeting our patients’ goals for whole-body wellness.

There was no better way to celebrate than with those who have helped Blodgett Dental Care grow during our first 20 years! A sincere and heartfelt thank you to everyone who attended and contributed.

Many of you have requested contact information for our guest speakers. Their Instagram and website details are below for your convenience.

Dr. Dominik Nischwitz


Dr. Jessica Peatross


Dr. Staci Whitman


Caroline Tusiuk


Tyler Jean


Mary Darnell


Blodgett Dental Care is truly a “Service First!” organization. If what you watched resonates with you, then you owe it to yourself to consider coming to Portland, Oregon, to experience how we at Blodgett Dental Care are reversing the negative stereotype of dentistry every day!

We are here to help you, regardless of where you live in the world. To reserve your New Patient Experience or learn more about our Dental Tourism options, email us at info@bdcpdx.com or call us at (503) 713-6980. Your health (including your oral health) deserves the best!

Call Blodgett Dental Care at (503) 713-6980 to schedule your next appointment!

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