Four years ago, Dr. Landry bought a dental practice in Seville, near Akron. It was in a three-room vintage home, with non-digital radiographs and paper charts. He updated the technology and was able to build a new state-of-the-art facility after two years, thanks to substantial growth. He serves as supervising clinical dentist and localanesthesia and nitrous-oxide instructor at Stark State College Dental Hygiene Clinic. Landry Family Dentistry has also been awarded Ohio’s highest environmental honor, the “Gold and Green Tier” award, through the Ohio Good DEED Program. Dr. Landry earned Fellowship in the Academy of General Dentistry in 2014.
“Do what you love and share your passion for dentistry with others.”
SOMETHING PEOPLE DON’T KNOW:
An avid outdoorsman, flyfisherman and Eagle Scout, Dr. Landry hiked more than 2,400 miles to complete the Appalachian Trail and Long Trail in 2003.