Ohio dentist Dr. Michael Carpenter recently found time to author a book distilling his two decades of experience in practicing patient-focused dentistry. It’s called “Dentistry That Doesn’t Bite: Changing The Way You Think About Dentistry” and it has a five-star rating on Amazon.
It’s easy to see why Dr. Michael Carpenter wasn’t lured away to the big city. The heart of Napoleon, Ohio is a pretty, tree-lined main drag dotted with shops, cafes and offices. All around it, there’s street after street of perfectly restored old homes and vivid green lawns that, come fall, sprout handmade “Go Cats!” signs in support of the Napoleon High School Wildcats. Just outside of town are sprawling family farms with cornfields that seemingly go for miles. The air is fresh, traffic nonexistent, and overall, it’s pretty close to Hollywood’s silver screen ideal of Small Town, USA.
Napoleon is roughly 45 miles from Toledo, Ohio and 60 from Fort Wayne, Indiana—just far enough to be rural, but still an easy commute to bigger cities if patients really want to. Dr. Carpenter is keenly aware of that fact, and has created a practice that provides a cosmopolitan atmosphere and fully modern capabilities you wouldn’t automatically expect in a town of less than 9,000 residents. As a result, he draws patients from miles around and is growing every month. The pace is so brisk that he recently opened a second office in the nearby town of Delta.
Learn the secrets of Dr. Carpenter’s success in an interview with Incisal Edge Associate Editor Ed Kobesky, in the dental lifestyle magazine’s summer edition: https://www.incisaledgemagazine.com/mag/article/napoleon-dynamite/