Dr. Frydman received his Dental Degree from McGill University in 1971 and completed a G.P.R. at the Montreal Jewish General Hospital in 1972.From 1974-75 he was an instructor in the Department of Oral Diagnosis at the University of Toronto. Dr. Frydman completed his advanced training in Periodontics at the University of Minnesota in 1977 where he received a certificate in Periodontics and a M.S. in Anatomy. He then became Assistant Professor at the same University from 1977-78. In 1984 he became a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology and in 2005 he received a Fellowship in the International Congress of Oral Implantologists. Dr. Frydman has twice served as President of the Alberta Academy of Periodontics. He has lectured both locally and internationally on Periodontics and Implant Dentistry. Dr. Frydman has published numerous articles, including a study in 2006 about the link between periodontal disease and preterm delivery. This study was done in collaboration with the Dept. of Obstetrics, University of Calgary, and King’s College, London Dental Institute at Guy’s, King’s College and St. Thomas’ Hospitals, London, England. Dr. Frydman has been involved in Biofield Therapy since 2004. He has utilised this therapy on his patients post-surgically, taught and lectured on this subject in both Calgary and Las Vegas. He was a Preceptor and Lecturer in Periodontics in the Adult High Risk Dental Clinic Residency Program at Foothills Hospital Medical Centre, Calgary, Alberta in 2012. Dr. Frydman has retired from his full time private clinical practice (1978-2011) Limited to Periodontics and Implant dentistry in Calgary, Alberta.
He is currently focusing on the science of Biofield Therapy and its ability to reduce stress and pain in the dental environment. Nutritional and systemic influences on Periodontal Diseases are of interest as well.