In 1989, a local farmer in the small Wisconsin town of Markesan unearthed the remains of a woolly mammoth while digging an irrigation pond on his farm. As you might imagine, that was a big day in Markesan!
Home to just over 1,400 people, Markesan has the unquestionable charm of a small, close-knit town. A place where caring about your neighbors is just something you do.
Paul A. Miller, DDS, knows a little something about practicing dentistry in a small town. For more than 34 years, Dr. Miller operated a successful family practice that served a large number of those 1,400 residents. A lot of friends are made in 34 years.
So what happens when it’s time to retire? What happens to your staff, your patients, to the very business you spent your whole life building? How can something so precious be preserved and transitioned forward?
“I would recommend Midwest Dental to anyone considering the sale or transition of their dental practice,” said Dr. Miller. “Midwest Dental gave me a fair price for the practice, retained my existing staff and enabled the practice to continue for years to come.”
And that’s just it, isn’t it? Keeping the place you built going, and growing, and continuing to be that hometown clinic your friends and patients rely on for good, honest, local care.
That’s caring about your neighbors.