For the last few years one of patients, Laurin, has been talking about reviving an old family business.
Since Laurin has been a girl she has enjoyed spending time in a house that her great, great, great grandfather built in Lake Geneva. Going to their family summer home since she was born, she began to investigate the man that built their vacation getaway.
She found out how her great, great, great, grandfather, Conrad Seipp was a pioneer in early Chicago brewing. Back in 1854, Conrad founded the Conrad Seipp Brewing Company.
I imagined it being 5 to 10 years down the road before she made this goal into a reality.
Boy, was I off.
This summer, The Seipp Brewing Company is officially opened and their beers are being sold at Binny’s Beverage Depot. Check it out: www.seippbrewing.comThough it may seem overwhelming to me, Laurin had a goal, then created a plan, and chopped away everyday at achieving that goal.
For many people, dentistry becomes quite overwhelming.
For some people, who have avoided the dentist for years, become very apprehensive to make a dental appointment.
Sometimes, a patient will arrive at the office, thinking their dental health is a lot worse than it actually is.
For those that actually have an extensive amount of treatment, we will create a treatment plan and knock things off in little pieces or steps at a time.
Trying to do everything, all at once, is overwhelming for most people but prioritizing and knocking things off little by little is the way many people go.
If you are a person that wants to get it out of the way quickly or slowly, we are here to support you.
If you would like to evaluate the condition of your dental health please call 773-292-1911.
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Floss like a madman!Emilio “One Beer At A Time” Couret