With over 50 years of combined experience and as members of the American Association of Orthodontists, the orthodontists at Miller & Teel have been helping patients achieve beautiful, healthy smiles using cutting-edge dental technology. During the initial exam, doctors inspect mouths for bite problems, screen for signs of oral caner, gum disease, and temporomandibular joint disorder (TMJ), and scrutinize hard tissue for lesions or secret candy stashes. When your mouth is ready for its close-up, a set of x-rays will reveal any fugitive abnormalities lurking under the mouth’s morally upright surfaces. After receiving its stamp of healthy approval, the doctor will then take impressions—or molds—of the teeth, to be used in the Invisalign treatment.
Carl and Nancy, the owners of Fresh to You Produce and Garden Center, are fifth-generation Stayton farmers, dedicating their lives to offer fresh, high-quality fruits and vegetables, low-sugar jams, and gift baskets using sustainable, earth-friendly farming methods. Marionberry jam ($5.99), crafted from berries hand-picked at their ripeness peak with little sugar added, is great when spread on toast, waffles, or sleeping friends when camping in bear country. Taste the flavors of autumn with hearty heapings of Oregon Growers and Shippers’ pumpkin butter spiced with cinnamon, cloves, and cardamom ($7). Gift baskets are stocked with a variety of treats such as Naomi’s snack pack ($22.99) with milk-chocolate hazelnuts, chocolate-chip-oatmeal cookie mix from Great Harvest Bread Company, and strawberry and raspberry jam. The selection of fresh produce changes frequently and is based on which fruits and vegetables are ready to reveal their fashionable, seasonal coat.
It may be called Body Now!, but as members transform their bodies, the studio's staff also wants them to shift their perspectives. Accordingly, they focus on all-around wellness, combining elements of world dance with cardio exercises during Now Fitness! group classes and emphasizing proper posture during Yoga Now! sessions. Wise Woman! classes help older women master functional movement patterns that enable them to win arm-wrestling matches against neighborhood kids. In the fitness center, exercisers can work up a sweat on Cybex and Life Fitness treadmills, elliptical trainers, and stationary bikes, or focus on strength with machines and free weights. Positive sayings unfurl in script across the deep purple walls, motivating members as they blast through 30-minute circuit training workouts.
Full service fish market specializing in direct connections to local fishing families. Oregons largest independant retailer of Dungeness crab with a live tank in house which enables to cook fresh crab daily. Small kitchen with the biggest seafood menu around, from sturgeon fish & chips to crab dinners. Local draft ale
For more than a century, the Jones family has farmed in Willamette Valley. Today, they sell more than 100 varieties of fresh fruits and vegetables at Jones Farm Produce, a quaint, welcoming shop with blond wood walls. Fragrant peaches, fresh zucchini, and ripe tomatoes are just a few of their offerings, as well as various products from other local farms. As an added treat, shoppers can savor fresh, fruit milkshakes or cones of Umpqua ice cream.
Wise oenophiles stock WineStyles' shelves with top-quality nectars and preside over tastings of reds and whites three days each week. Customers can skip over exhaustive grape stomping and lengthy fermentation processes and indulge in finished products by exploring samples ($5–$10) at Thursday-evening tastings and at Saturday events. A different theme characterizes each of the Thursday and Saturday tastings, which are often hosted by representatives from local wineries and heavily attended by satyrs. On Fridays, customers embark on featured flights ($10) before swilling an entire goblet of their favorite of the samples. Accommodating staff members stand by to assist customers who wish to purchase bottles of selections that titillated their palate's fermented fancies.