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Frank Starchak

Owner, Music Producer and Engineer

Deltona Arts & Historical Center Inc

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Deltona Arts & Historical Center Inc

685 Deltona Blvd

Deltona, Florida,32725

United States

Company Description

The Deltona Arts Center and the Mark Miller Gallery is a non-profit art gallery and historical center that is committed to building a creative oasis in a desert thirsty for the arts by providing rare opportunities to all artists and bringing culturally diverse...more

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Safe Kids Are Smart Kids - Credits

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Frank Starchak
Music Producer Deltona Arts Center


Say Goodbye to Dentures « Florida Health Care News

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Frank Starchak's teeth were nearly perfect until he was 39 and got his first cavity.
His gums were another story. He developed advanced gum disease and eventually lost all his upper teeth and needed a denture. Frank Starchak couldn't tolerate a regular denture because of a strong gag reflex but found relief through an implant-supported fixed prosthesis. He was treated by Dr. Rajiv Patel at DeLand Implant Dentistry Frank has a strong gag reflex, and wearing a denture made him sick to his stomach. Most of the time, he just left it out, unless he was at work. "It was a constant head game to keep myself going and get through the workday," remembers Frank. "I was just gagging and throwing up every day. I even tried hypnotism to get over it, but that didn't help." A musician since childhood, Frank is the owner of Deltona Records Recording Studios, where he records and produces music for local and national artists. He and his family moved from Baltimore to Florida in 1999, where he played George Harrison in a Beatles-inspired tribute band at Epcot before opening Deltona Records. Frank anticipated he might have a problem with a denture before he even got one. When the need to replace his teeth became inevitable, he looked for a dentist who could help despite his overactive gag reflex. "I didn't feel comfortable with the first three dentists I talked to, and then I went to a fourth dentist, who assured me that everyone gets over gagging," continues Frank. The fourth dentist extracted his upper teeth and fitted him with a top denture. Unfortunately, Frank never got over gagging when he wore it. He seemed to know what I was talking about before I even voiced it," says Frank. "He'd had patients like me with the same problem. He understood, and knew what to do about it." Gold-standard treatment Dr. Patel recommended an implant-supported dental prosthesis for Frank that stays anchored in place like permanent teeth. A comprehensive treatment plan was created for Frank through the use of state-of-the-art technology. During his implant surgery, Frank was under IV sedation. "I was truly out," he recalls. "We usually do the procedure that Frank had with IV sedation," notes Dr. Patel. In the meantime, Frank needed a denture he could tolerate. I couldn't use it to eat, but I was able to go to work without gagging," offers Frank. With nothing to put in and take out, Frank doesn't notice them. "It's funny how you adapt," he notes, "because to my brain, these are my real teeth." Frank hasn't hesitated to spread the word about Dr. Patel.


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Frank Starchak
Music Producer Deltona Arts Center


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I wouldnt be doing this without Frank.
He brought me from sitting in a room (at home) to this. Hes my inspiration, she says. He made me believe in myself as a songwriter. Starchak and Herod have an easy give-and-take over several hours as they go through the meticulous task of transforming a basic idea into a well-structured song. Shes amazing, Starchak says, layering track after track on a keyboard and a soundboard that stretches across much of the room. Were building a song, putting down the guitar tracks and melodic lines. ... She has most done in her mind before we record. Linda Herod works on songs for a new album with Frank Starchak, owner/producer/musican at Deltona Records Recording Studios. This will be her... Linda Herod works on songs for a new album with Frank Starchak, owner/producer/musican at Deltona Records Recording Studios. Shes amazing, Starchak says, layering track after track on a keyboard and a soundboard that stretches across much of the room.Were building a song, putting down the guitar tracks and melodic lines. ...


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