Frost, along with his partner Dr Trevor Nichols, and their Arizona-based practice Frost Orthodontics, are the latest to join the orthodontic service organization that continues to expand nationwide. 

Orthodontic Partners announced its latest partnership. The orthodontic service organization has partnered with Stuart Frost, DDS, and Trevor Nichols, DMD, MS, adding Frost Orthodontics, located in Mesa, Ariz, to its national orthodontic group practice. 

The organization announced its partnership with the Kentucky-based orthodontic practice of Oles Drobocky, DMD, earlier this month. In January, Orthodontic Partners partnered with the Alabama-based practices of David Sarver, DMD, MS, and Tim Trulove, DMD, MS. 

According to Orthodontic Partners, its approach in its partnerships focuses on “collaboration and aggregation of the best clinical, marketing, and business practices between recognized leaders in the orthodontic profession and those of the seasoned executive team.” Orthodontic Partners says it “prides itself” on allowing its partnering doctors full clinical autonomy and the ability to keep their brand identity, while supporting each practice with a service center that aids in accounting, revenue management, human resources, reporting, marketing, operations, and other business functions

With the partnership, Frost joins Orthodontic Partners’ clinical advisory board. He is a sought-after international educator, specializing in Damon braces and gummy smile treatment. “We’re joining OP because in life, it’s all about progressing to the next level. We wanted to be a part of something that was bigger and better than ourselves,” said Frost. 

“We know that together with OP, we are better, and we’re going to make orthodontics better,” said Nichols, who is an educator in Spark clear aligner treatment and Frost’s partner.

“Frost Orthodontics is a perfect fit for our organization, and we are thrilled to welcome Dr Frost, Dr Nichols, and their world-class team to the Orthodontic Partners family. We look forward to working with them to serve the Mesa community with exceptional orthodontic treatment,” states Chip Hurlburt, CEO of Orthodontic Partners. 

Orthodontic Partners reportedly continues to seek doctor partners and associates across both new and existing markets. It now operates across Arizona, Alabama, Colorado, Connecticut, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, and Missouri.