BOSTON, Feb. 16, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- OsteoReady is pleased to welcome Dr. David A. Little,a 33-year dental veteran, innovative leader, and researcher in dental implant and restoration as Clinical Director.
Dr. Little is renowned internationally for his extensive knowledge of predictable surgical and restorative implant techniques,
Eager to share his passion for dental implantology with current and future dentists in the field, Dr. Little is confident OsteoReady is the best possible way to better serve patients in the most practical and efficient manner. "Edentulous patients can become dental cripples. I have seen the dramatic improvement in quality of life when patients receive dental implants. It is my goal to help other dentists provide predictable implant treatment to an increased number of patients worldwide. That's what implant dentistry is about. I test a lot of new products and new materials, and I always ask 'Is it going to be better for my patients, and is it easier to deliver care?' I am proud to be able to serve people and make a difference in their overall health, function, and appearance," said Little.
OsteoReady specializes in minimally-invasive implant procedures that improve patient comfort, reduce overhead, and allow dentists to effectively serve a greater number of patients. Their two-day mini-residency and advanced courses teach dentists how to use the Immediate Implant Procedure, the One-Drill Implant Procedure, the OsteoHybrid Procedure, and the OsteoLift, allowing dentists to expand implant services seamlessly into their dental practices.
Dr. Little remains dedicated to exceptional oral healthcare and looks forward to sharing his vast implant knowledge with the dental industry and contributing to its progression as Clinical Director of the OsteoReady team.
Contact: Mary Brook DelanoOsteoReady [email protected]@OsteoReady.comwww.OsteoReady.com
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