Local orthodontist gives back
Signal Mountain orthodontist Dr. Keith Dressler is causing brighter smiles both inside and outside the office thanks to two new initiatives he recently began in order to give back to the community he serves.
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Ministry builds bridges between deaf, hearing community
The Say It In Sign ministry strives to promote deaf awareness through free sign language classes, conversation-oriented gatherings and now the first Deaf and Hard of Hearing Picnic May 21.
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Dr. Dressler is committed to his community and to all that have been a part of his journey. He is a very humble man who is cognizant of all the good fortune he has experienced. He firmly believes in giving back and takes great pride in doing all that he can to help the youth of today optimize their opportunities for tomorrow.
Dr. Dressler coached two local USTA tennis teams that advanced to the state level.
Donations to local Schools
Each year Dr. Dressler sends toothbrushes and educational materials to local schools to promote good dental practices.
Contribution to the Tennessee United Boys AAU Basketball Team
Dr. Dressler and family support Thrasher Elementary
Thrasher Celebrates Grand Opening of Dressler Physical Education Center
posted October 14, 2004
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Dr. Dressler supports Signal Mountain Middle School
Dr. Dressler conducts a weekly tennis clinic for Signal Mountain Middle School. This is a win - win - win for Dr. Dressler. He gets to share his passion for tennis with kids. He greatly enjoys the opportunity to spend the time with these wonderful kids and he assists the SMMS tennis coach in preparing the tennis team for competition.
Dr. Dressler and family support the University of Tennessee
"It makes me feel good inside to be able to give back to the community and the institutions who helped to shape who I am."
"I am a Tennessee guy through and through," he said, "My father was a UT graduate and had gone to medical school in Memphis, and I followed in his footsteps. I'll do anything I can for the university. I like the fact that Tennessee is in the national spotlight with their sports programs, both men and women."
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