Dr. Jeremy Frith

JeremyFrithPhotoforResume“My goal is to create the most positive and painless experience for my patients. I love when my
patients are not even aware that I just gave them anesthetic.”

-Dr. Jeremy Frith

Dr. Frith has dedicated his career to perfecting the art of painless dentistry and creating such a positive atmosphere that his patients actually look forward to their next visit. He believes that communication and developing trust are crucial to understanding every unique situation, which can be calming as well. The cutting edge materials and technology he incorporates into his practice only further ensures that you will be treated the way you deserve to be treated: exceptionally.

First graduating from the University of Missouri – Columbia, he then went on to dental school at
the University of Missouri – Kansas City. Like his father, Jeremy is incredibly passionate about broadening his knowledge every chance he gets. Post-graduation, he has continued to expand his expertise by attending over 100 credit hours per year of continuing education. Courses he frequently attends involve such topics as Cosmetic Dentistry, Patient Comfort, Digital (High Tech) Dentistry, Laser Dentistry, Oral Surgery, Periodontics, Endodontics, Implants, Craniofacial Pain, Pedodontics, and Prolozone and Ozone.

Dr. Frith especially enjoys giving back. Not only has he volunteered his services on mission trips, but he also participates with local organizations like Give Kids A Smile, Mercy Ministries, and Healing Grace.

Dr. Jeremy Frith has also been awarded the honor of being an evaluator for Clinical Research Associates.

Jeremy is also a member of several professional organizations including:
• Academy of General Dentistry and working toward Fellowship Award
• American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry Member
• Evaluator for Clinical Research Foundation
• Midwest Dental Sleep Medicine Study Club
• Fellow in American Association of Ozonotherapy
• Fellow in Center for Neural Occlusion

Dr. Jeremy Frith sets the standard for the way patients should be treated.