I came upon a tooth that was emergency broken, I didn’t know it was cracked. My dentist had to remove it immediately. I was in a lot of pain and I put off the next step which was putting an implant in. I avoided it because it was such a horrible, horrible feeling. I called up Dr. Frank and I said, “I need to get this done.” I came in and they said, “Why did you wait for a year?” I’m like, “I’m so overwhelmed with what happened.” He said, “Don’t worry, we’ll take care of it. If we need to add bone grafting, we will. If we don’t, we won’t.” We did the x-ray, a panoramic x-ray to see what might be needed. He gave me some antibiotics to make sure I didn’t get sick or have a bad reaction. When I sat in the chair I knew exactly the steps that were going to happen from the molds, to procuring them, to being ready to have the implant put in.

When I sat down he really he did it so easily I didn’t even know it was done. When it was compared to the removal of the broken tooth, this is a breeze. Yeah, so I’m really happy, and I’m not a tooth person. I don’t like coming to a dentist or an oral surgeon ever, but he really his disposition and his workmanship is something I can’t compare.

Elyse Fisher