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Dr. Courtney Brady TMJ Wellesley, MA

  • Private Practice
  • Former Massachusetts AGD President
  • Lectured for a number of national prestigious organizations 

Thursday Courses
Th6013 - Clicks, Pops, & Headaches: TMJ Management in the Private Practice
Time: 8:30 - 10:30 AM
Room: GWCC, A313
Type: Lectures    Handouts: Yes
Dentist Fee: $95.00  Other Fee: $65.00
AGD Code: 180

TMD cases can be confusing to diagnose and tricky to treat. This course is designed to simplify TMD cases into categories that will lead to more strategic and successful treatment decisions. At the end of this course, participants will be able to understand and implement a stepwise TMJ evaluation, identify joint vs muscle-related TMD issues, identify leading causes of TMD signs and symptoms, manage acute TMD emergencies, work through a decision tree to properly select occlusal guard design and material and develop combination treatment modalities for TMD management.

Th5018 - “Which One’s the Temp?” Provisionals that Will Make Your Patients (and Colleagues) Think it's the Permanent Crown
Time: 12:30 - 3 PM
Room: Omni, Magnolia
Type: Workshops    Handouts: Yes
Dentist Fee: $245.00  Other Fee: $245.00
AGD Code: 250

Provisional restorations need to both look and feel great to the patient! This hands-on course delivers a stepwise approach to creating predictable, functional restorations. Participants will come to understand the importance of provisional occlusion and the relationship of the provisional to periodontium. We will review the armamentarium necessary to fabricate quality provisionals and the appropriate cements for different needs, and we will troubleshoot common issues such as perforations and short margins. This course is designed for dental assistants, dental students and new dentists.

Friday Courses
Fr7021 - Etiology of Enamel Loss: The Body's Cry For Help
Time: 9 - 11 AM
Room: Omni, Grand Ballroom D2-E
Type: Lectures    Handouts: Yes
Dentist Fee: $0.00  Other Fee: $0.00
AGD Code: 150

Dental clinicians are often one of the first to identify a patient at risk of the harmful effects of an oral-systemic acidic environment. This course will provide insightful pearls on identifying, educating and treating patients with acid erosion. We will analyze the etiologies of dental acid erosion so you have the tools to educate patients on potential associated underlying systemic conditions and about low pH levels of certain foods and drinks they consume. Learn to recognize the difference between erosion, abrasion and attrition.

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