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The office is comfortable, beautiful and state-of-the-art. The lighting has a soft welcoming glow, elegant art work is tastefully placed throughout and plants thrive in the natural light adorning several greenhouse windows. It looked like someplace you could live comfortably. While the Windmiller’s were in N.Y. city their son Max showed Ned and the rest of the family the famous Prada store in Soho, pointing out it’s extraordinary high tech design features, including state-of-the-art frosted glass walls in the dressing rooms – sure enough the amazing transformative windows – walls that provide the option for privacy behind frosted glass or a complete open view, are now a fixture at the office. In the waiting room I watch amazing before and after photos transition from one satisfied patient to the next on a large screen. The noticeable transformations easily observed in the patients are significant – everything from what looks like a simple repair of a single tooth to a complete restoration. I am reminded that Dr. Windmiller has been doing great work in our community for decades – every working day he has seen and helped dozens of patients. The consistency of service and uncompromisingly high level of oral health care provided by Dr. Windmiller over the years speaks to the character of Ned Windmiller. I’m reminded of a well known Vince Lombardi quote entitled “You’ve Got To Pay the Price” in which the legend of the gridiron says “Winning is not a sometimes thing, it’s an all-the-time thing. You don’t win once in a while, you don’t do things right once in a while, you do them right all the time. Winning is a habit… I’ve never known a man worth his salt who in the long run, deep down in his heart, didn’t appreciate the grind, the discipline...” Clearly Dr. Windmiller understands the message espoused by Coach Lombardi. His staff has a record that speaks for itself. Their philosophy is pretty simple: “do not compromise. Never settle for less than the best. Offer only the highest standards of patient care including strong, respectful relationships with patients. Follow a holistic approach to treatment encompassing overall general health and longer life. Send folks off with healthy mouths and beautiful smiles, feeling confident and good about themselves.” WWW.STILLWATERLIVING.NET 23

Stillwater Living November 2014  
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