Not so long ago, installing a dental implant was a cumbersome procedure requiring several appointments. Patients unfortunate enough to suffer through the ordeal would commonly complain about the pain and long recovery times commonly associated with the procedure. But thanks to Dr. Brady Frank and the Osteoconverter, the days of long waiting times and pain are finally over.
Dr. Frank, a 10-year veteran in the field of dentistry, is proud to do his part in bringing dental implants into the modern age. His pioneering techniques have both enhanced the lives of his patients and improved the reputation of those dentists fortunate enough to have studied under him.
By simplifying the implantation process, Dr. Frank is ushering in a new-school approach to dentistry. In the past six years he has taught dentists from around the country how to effectively perform what has become known as the No-drill Implants procedure. The benefits of his sophisticated approach include faster recovery times and less soft-tissue trauma. In addition, the performing dentist requires fewer tools to complete the procedure and because the process does not require any drilling, the patient infection rate is significantly diminished.
No-drill implants make use an Osteoconverter. It is this miracle of modern medicine that allows a new tooth to be immediately implanted where the afflicted one previously resided, without the use of any heavy machinery. This approach to implants has quickly become the preferred method by dentists everywhere. Thanks to the quick turnaround time, accuracy and minimally invasive nature of No-drill implants, dental practices that employ Dr. Brady Frank’s methods are thriving in the areas of customer satisfaction and annual revenue.
It is really little wonder why No-drill implants have become so popular of late. Just a quick look at the statistics reveals that dentists who have studied under Dr. Frank have enjoyed a 26 percent growth in the following year. Dr. Brady Frank has single-handedly spearheaded the new-school approach to dentistry and both patients and other dentists alike couldn’t be more grateful.