PURE DALLAS is all about making choices that connect us to the earth - impacting the environment less and your dental health more. We strongly believe actions speak louder than words, especially when it comes to being sustainable and eco-friendly.
Explore how you can make a difference every day and see how simple changes can be effective - every little action helps! At PURE DALLAS we research and test products because we want to be certain about your oral health.
We take pride in being one of the best dentists in Dallas. At PURE DALLAS, we believe that a doctor and patient become a team for treating an individual’s dentistry needs. Our dentists spend most of their time listening to and understanding your concerns, and responding with the best treatment options for you. With the help of our professional staff, they also follow up to make sure that pain is relieved, problems are resolved and your overall health improves.
Toothbrushes can be used that are made from recycled materials like those from Preserve.
Electric toothbrushes usually have replaceable heads for extended life without extra waste.
Replaceable head options means less plastic destined for landfill.
Use natural floss such as that from Tom’s of Maine or Vegan waxed floss to clean hard to reach places and maintain healthy teeth and gums.
Vegan waxed using rice bran – 100% vegetable waxes are smoother and lighter for easy gliding between teeth – No fluoride coating.
Try one of PURE DALLAS’s recipes of homemade toothpaste or homemade mouthwash.
Look for organic toothpastes, mouth washes made from peppermint, tea tree or essential oils. It is considered that calcium carbonate (baking soda) is more environmental friendly. Use our environmental friendly toothpastes and mouthwashes.
An eco-friendly lifestyle is definitely not difficult or necessarily expensive. As the human population grows, resources per capita will continue to dwindle and a sustainable lifestyle may be the only way to insure that the needs of the every growing population are met. An easy way to save money and help reduce your impact on the environment is to follow the three R’s: Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.
Take public transportation, walk or bike for travel whenever possible.
Use recycled paper, then shred and recycle used documents.
Soy-based inks emit less harmful toxins than traditional petroleum-based inks. It also creates sharper, brighter colors and is easier to recycle.
Digitally fax and receive documents, reduce the amount of junk mail you receive.
Use dry erase boards for taking notes and recording information.
Setting your printer default to double print so that both sides of a sheet of paper are used.
Unplug chargers and electronics. Turn off all equipment not in use (e.g. computer, printer). This can reduce energy by 25% during the day and an additional 50% at the end of each day.
Install power strips that shut down trickle power each evening for computers, monitors, printers, fax and scanners.
Set up a conference call or a web cast video to connect with your colleagues. You’ll save gas, emit less pollution, and accomplish more work. Efficiency and Resourcefulness!
Take public, walk or bike for travel whenever possible.
To save hot water, take a five-minute shower instead of a bath.
Save up to 8 gallons of water per day by turning off the tap while you brush your teeth. Do the same while you shave.
Tankless water heaters conserve both energy and water.
Install water sensors for sprinkler systems and make certain sprinklers don’t water streets or sidewalks.
Don't put batteries, antifreeze, paint, motor oil, or chemicals in the trash. Use proper toxic disposal sites.
If you bring your lunch to school, use a reusable container.
Bring your own bag to grocery stores.
Don't put batteries, antifreeze, paint, motor oil, or chemicals in the trash. Use proper toxics disposal sites.
Take a walk in the woods, or plant trees, teaching our children to love and care for the planet.
Installing a programmable thermostat allows you to adjust and set the temperature automatically while you are away from home, which saves energy and potentially hundreds of dollars a year. Lower your thermostat in the winter. Raise it in the summer.
Install motion sensors in a new house.
Use a timer for critical areas or when on vacation.