Walter Palmer, the dentist who illegally hunted and killed Cecil the Lion in Zimbabwe, had a very interesting ad for his dentistry. more »
Walter Palmer, the dentist who illegally hunted and killed Cecil the Lion outside of Hwange National Park in Zimbabwe, had a very interesting ad for his business, River Bluff Dental, in Bloomington, Minnesota. « less
People see me for a variety of reasons, and we believe at River Bluff dental
that working with a patient one on one for a number of cosmetic reasons is the way
to complete a case. We make our patients feel welcome. The more we can get to know
a patient, and the more we can meet with them and talk about their past
dental experiences the better we're able to treat them.
We have a team that is very focused on cosmetic dentistry.
We have a team that is very focused on the needs of the patient.
We believe in care, and the optimum care that we can give.
> The whole staff is just kind and caring, and considerate, and
they just really respect your feelings.
> Also, yeah I would've paid $55,000 dollars to fly over there, to lure him
out of his sanctuary. We're going to kill him, cut his head off, skin him,
fly back here ready to work on Monday.
What are you up to this weekend Susan?
> And they will not let you leave here without...
Directly funding a murder of helpless animals.
> Everybody that works at River Bluff dental is very afraid for their lives.
You're scared as soon as you walk in the door.
There's many different procedures we can do.
We have restorations that we can do in one hour called Cerec.
We have smile makeovers that you can see pictures of, and patients you
can actually meet.
> And here's some endangered animals that you can kill, and
here's some more.
> Hmm, I appreciate it.
> We invite you to come to River Bluff dental. Take a look at our practice.