I grew up in the southeast corner of Michigan. My parents both worked just across the state line in Toledo. In the post-World War II years Toledo, like many cities was growing. What had been farmland became roads and houses and ultimately shopping centers. Miracle Mile was Toledo’s most ambitious effort and, opening in October of 1955 it quickly became the darling shopping venue for the city.
Miracle Mile was my mom’s primary shopping target. She bought most of our clothes at the JC Penny store. There was a Kroger, a Woolworth’s, and a children’s shoe store with a small squirrel monkey in a cage. And if we behaved while shopping, Mom would take us to the Hobby Center. My brothers and I would peer through the glass case at the fancy cardboard Matchbox Toys display and select which of the 75 assorted Matchbox treasures we would take home for our collections. For a kid in the 1960s it really was kind of like a miracle!
It may come as a surprise, but something very akin to miracle often unfolds for people at our dental office. We’ve seen and heard stories involving pain, embarrassment and a lack of proper function. We’ve painted pictures of potential solutions and ultimately we discover followable paths that result in health, function and beauty. Please know that we’ve got time for your story, and, if you behave, I’ll take you on a personal tour of my Matchbox Toys collection!
Dr. Davis is especially good with kids. And his staff? Helpful, compassionate, and caring. They take care of business for you. Thumbs up. 10 on a scale of 5.