Masterpiece Smiles’ Dr. Michael Frith Becomes St. Louis’ First Diplomate in The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP)
Masterpiece Smiles is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Michael Frith as a Diplomate in The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain (AACP). The AACP is a select subspecialty group of only 392 dentists in the United States.
Dr. Frith has achieved the Diplomate status which is the highest ranked position within the AACP and makes him one of only 71 in the USA and only two from the state of Missouri.
Promoting advancement of knowledge in Craniofacial Pain, Temporomandibular Disorders, and Dental Sleep Medicine, the AACP function is to create a common ground for clinical practice and research to professionals for the benefit of the public. The AACP mission is committed to the relief of craniofacial pain, temporomandibular disorders and dental sleep related disorders while supporting the advancement of education, research and dissemination of knowledge and skills in these areas.
“I am excited about the opportunity to help alleviate headaches, sleep disorders and jaw pain in patients that have experienced discomfort for years,” said Dr. Michael Frith. Dr. Frith has been committed to serving and advancing oral health in his patients and understanding the associations between periodontal disease and diabetes, cardiovascular disease, and adverse pregnancy outcomes. “I am also excited about working with physicians and other healthcare providers to give our mutual patients the best solution to their problems,” said Dr. Frith.
About the AACP: The American Academy of Craniofacial Pain believes that dentist are the primary oral health care provider. Craniofacial Pain health care should be based on scientific principles and clinical judgment. The AACP strives to eliminate barriers to the utilization of Craniofacial Pain/TMD treatment. To learn more, please visithttp://www.aacp.org .
About Dr. Michael Frith and Masterpiece Smiles: Dr. Frith is the Director/Owner of the TMJ & Sleep Therapy Centre of St. Louis, which specializes in craniofacial pain, headaches, TMJ disorders, and obstructive sleep apnea. Dr. Michael Frith is also St. Louis’ first accredited cosmetic dentist by the American Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry, a distinction awarded to less than 1% of cosmetic dentists nationwide. His practice, Masterpiece Smiles, is the premiere provider of cosmetic dentistry and jaw / headache /sleep therapy disorders. Dr. Frith is a published author and clinical instructor. To learn more, please visit https://drfrith.com.
Tongue Numbness Reversal with MLS Laser & Prolozone Therapy
After having nasal surgery to correct breathing issues, Dr. Jeremy Frith was happy his surgery went as planned but suffered with permanent tongue numbness. Using the same MLS Laser he uses to help his patients overcome facial pain, Dr. Jeremy Frith regained feeling in 2/3 of the area in just a few weeks.
It wasn’t until a year and a half later that Dr. Frith learned about how Prolozone/Ozone Therapy can help with the pain from scars – something he was feeling himself after having had knee surgery. After having great success with his scar pain, Dr. Frith decided to try it on his tongue to try to regain more feeling. In just a few treatments he had regained 80% of the feeling in his tongue!
Since it worked so well for him, Dr. Frith used Prolozone to help a patient who had suffered for years with permanent numbness on her tongue from an infected wisdom tooth extraction. She too enjoyed great success.
Learn more in his own words by reading an article he wrote for an issue of LVI Visions.
ST. LOUIS, MO (Jan. 21, 2013) — Dr. Michael Frith, DDS, has joined a select group of America’s leading dental experts to co-author the book, Healthy Input: America’s Leading Dentists Reveal the Secret Truths to a Healthy Body, Starting with What You Put in Your Mouth!
September 27th, 2012 – Listen to Dr. Frith talk about Witness Outreach in Guatemala with Pastor Randy Asbury on AM 850 KFUO. Click on the link below to here how your patronage allows Dr. Frith to give back each year by serving in mission trips all over the world.