Keeping the Plates Spinning
It’s been a while since I blogged. I’ve had a birthday, there have been births (other people’s not any children of mine) we’ve even had the holidays. We at the office continue to focus on all aspects of dentistry done well. The focus for 2013 will be implant dentistry. It is something we’ve always done well but never enough. Well done and priced appropriately implants are the greatest thing since sliced bread. When I do implants people are some of the happiest I have ever seen. Invisalign and Cosmetic dentistry are the only things that come close. Not many people know that dental implants are over 99.9 percent successful and can not decay. They are not alive so they are not affected by the acids produce by the bacteria that causes decay, S. Mutans.
Of course, we are continuing to grow our new location on 1169 Eastern Parkway in the Medical Arts Building. Every day I am amazed at how great a team we have at both of our locations, both patients and the team are very happy we have assembled this group with a common interest of providing great, caring and gentle dentistry with a modern, bio-esthetic approach.
As usual, it’s a bit of a mix of music at the offices. I hear that Dr. Kulb likes her more postmodern pop like Neon Trees and maybe even Owl City. She is so skilled and experienced I often forget we are almost a generation apart in music tastes as I grew up in the 70s and of course you know I am going to be at the Yum! Center screaming for Stevie, Lindsey, John and Mic at Fleetwood Mack in April!
As usual, I couldn’t be happier with Louisville’s live music scene. I plan on attending father John Misty tonight if I am able. He is the former drummer of the Fleet Foxes and really a talent in his own right.