A few years ago our dentist shut down his practice for health reasons and we found Dr. Thylin soon after. I’m not sure how we found him at this point, but our experience with him has been great.
Earlier today I got a cap replaced that our former dentist had put on my tooth. Besides the obvious professionalism of his friendly office, there is something that you simply can’t get around. You may not be bothered by the same thing that bothers my wife and me, but a dentist must use his or her hands and if they are too big that can be a problem in my experience.
Dr. Thylin’s hands are the right size to be working in your mouth. As far as I’m concerned it’s just physics.
Professional and friendly and hands that are small enough. There you are.
Dr. Michael Thylin’s website:
I took the photo above a few minutes ago. Yes. That’s my foot in the picture. I put it there for scale. My foot is, oddly enough, almost exactly a foot long. So you can see how big the aeonium has grown over several months. Here’s a picture of that section of the front yard:
Compare that view with several months ago by visiting my post earlier this week:
Your Neighborhood Changes And Grows (I)
Despite the slightly different view you should be able to notice that change and growth has taken place. It’s not always incredibly obvious and sometimes it doesn’t happen fast but, just like change in our yard, change is taking place in your neighborhood and mine.
Let’s be proactive and make positive change.
What say you?
Just searched “Successful Neighborhoods” and this link came up:
Here’s a link to a very good book which I read over a year ago called “In The Neighborhood”.
In The Neighborhood by Peter Lovenheim
Did you know that some houses are built in ways that are actually designed to create more of a neighborhood/community feel?
How about your neighborhood?