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Kids Dental caters to teens


Business Lifecare Animal seeks vet tech


To add to the growing team at LifeCare Animal Hospital, an experienced certified veterinary technician is sought. LifeCare Animal Hospital is a full-service animal hospital serving the cat and dog community of the Southeast Valley, on


the northwest corner of Gilbert and Chandler Heights roads. It will be celebrating its fifth anniversary serving Chandler and the surrounding area. Fax resumes to Dr. Barbe Glenn, DVM at 480-895-7823. For more information, call 480-895-7800 or visit www.LifeCareAH.com.


Learn about anti-aging skin care at Lifeline To introduce the SanTan Sun community to their new skin care and laser business, Lifeline Internal Medicine and Laser


A new Teen Dental Center is now part of


Kids Dental Center in Chandler, complete with iPads and games just for teenagers. “We have seen over the years the need


for a teenager-oriented dentist, and that’s what we offer,” says Dr. Rassa Abdoll. “Teens don’t want to go to a pediatric office, and a general dentist is too boring.” In order that teens “don’t feel out of


place,” Abdoll’s Teen Dental Center includes special decor, iPads on the walls, iTouch for all the chairs, a teen game sta- tion with “old-school” Atari games and teen movies showing above their heads. “No more excuses not to see the den-


tist!” Abdoll says. Serving the Chandler community for


more than 10 years, Kids Dental Center is at 2900 W. Ray Rd., Suite 2 in Chandler. For an appointment or information, call 480-782-5437 or visit www.kidsdentalcen- ter.com.


Aesthetics is holding an educational event from 5 to 6:30 p.m. Thu., March 1 at the company’s location, 2075 W. Pecos Rd., Suite 2 in Chandler. A presentation at 5:30 p.m. for men and women will include how to correct and protect the skin from damage and aging;


how to customize an anti-aging skin care regimen; information about Cynosure Elite Laser; and products they carry, includ- ing Skin Medica, Colorescience and PCA. Laser treatments are performed at Lifeline by naturopathic physician Dr. Cori Kennedy and aesthetician and laser technologist Amla Dhamdhere. “We could treat any kind of skin using this laser and it is considered very safe and effective on all skin types,” says


Kennedy. “This is very important for people living in Arizona who are exposed to the harmful sun rays. You truly can look younger than you did five years ago by enhancing your skincare regimen with subtle changes, and we will discuss the Core Four skincare ingredients available to you to comprehensively correct and protect your skin from damage.” Attendees will receive a Colorscience and Skin Medica gift valued at $75 with a $25 registration fee. Prizes will be given


during the evening, as well as refreshments and VIP event pricing. RSVP by Fri., Feb. 24 by calling 480-219-6840.


First DC Steakhouse golf fundraiser Help raise funds for the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, Wisconsin chapter, at the first DC Steakhouse Golf Outing Sun.,


March 25 at Lone Tree Golf Course, 6262 S. Mountain Blvd. in Chandler. The event begins with an 11:30 a.m. lunch, followed by a shotgun start at 12:30 p.m. Limited spots are available, and


there will be awards, wine and prizes given. Lunch at Lone Tree and dinner at DC Steakhouse is also included in the $150 golf fee, and there’s a guest fee of $50 available. Send names and payment information to deanlaplant@gmail.com or bring information to DC Steakhouse, 98 S. San Marcos Pl. in downtown Chandler. For information, call 480-899-4400 and ask for Dino or Chris.


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