The SweetGrass Dental Associates Grand Opening will be held on Friday, January 17th at 4950 Centre Pointe Drive (Suite 114) in North Charleston from noon until 6 pm. The public is invited to tour the practice and meet with Dr. Mitchell and associates. There will also be a live dental photography exhibit and refreshments will be served.
Then, on Saturday, January 18th, The SweetGrass Launch Party will be held from 6 pm to 11 pm in the Sweetgrass Pavilion at 99 Harry M. Hallman Jr. Blvd, in Mount Pleasant. This event will be held for two special occasions. In addition to the grand opening SweetGrass Dental Associates, there will be an exclusive launch of the “Blood Moon” collection from the SweetGrass Clothing Company. The Charleston-based clothing company was created by Dr. Mitchell and his five brothers. Event details can be found on Facebook.
“The launch of SweetGrass Clothing Company and SweetGrass Dental Associates encompass more than a decade’s worth of hard work by us as brothers," Dr. Mitchell said. “With that in mind, we decided that celebrating both launches together would be the best way to honor the community that has supported our dreams since day one.”
Following the two-day celebration, SweetGrass Dental Associates will become the tri-county’s newest practice to offer modern dental care for patients of all ages. The business will offer a wide array of services from general/preventative care to full mouth rehabilitation. Dr. Mitchell described the practice as “tech heavy” with the latest technology in dentistry.
“We created SweetGrass Dental in order to introduce the latest in dental technology to the underserved communities [here in] Charleston," Dr. Mitchell said. "Using full mouth scanning, 3-D cone beam technology, and 3-D printing we will be able to offer everything - from Invisalign to gold crowns.”
The 2700 square-foot practice will also feature both an in-house lab/,photography studio, noise canceling headphones, and lobby chairs with charging ports.
“SweetGrass Dental Associates was designed by millennials in order to better serve all ages,” he said.