January 11th, February 8th & March 8th, 2013
Each 2-hour session begins at 3pm Eastern/Noon Pacific
6.0 Continuing Education Credits (AGD PACE)
Attend the Live Sessions or Review The Recordings
One of the most frustrating aspects of practicing dentistry is managing unexpected patient outcomes, like the patient who comes in for a cleaning and calls the next day because their jaw has been popping ever since. How about the everyday experience of preparing a second molar for a full crown, being diligent about your depth cuts and occlusal reduction, and then being called back in by your assistant because there is no clearance to make the temporary? These experiences and many others can be predicted and managed by examining the patients joints, muscles and occlusion and identifying patients who present with a higher risk due to occlusal factors.
- Identify and Interpret joint sounds
- Evaluate the head and neck musculature
- Recognize the signs of occlusal disease
- Diagnose wear patterns
- Describe the influence of occlusal contacts on the muscles of mastication
- Assess the risk from occlusion based on clinical findings
- Discuss the components of a functional exam
The seminar will be presented in three, ninety minute seminar sessions, followed by a thirty minute discussion and Q&A session. Registration reserves your seat in the live seminar as well as access to the recorded sessions for three months after the completion of the series. To receive your continuing education credit you will take an online quiz available for 90 days after the completion of the series.
Each 120-minute session begins at 3pm Eastern/Noon Pacific time
- Joint History
- Joint Palpation
- Joint Anatomy
- Joint Sounds
- Muscle Palpation
- Range of Motion
- Load Test
- Influence of Muscles on Occlusion
- Dentition Exam
- Diagnosing Wear
- Centric Relation or Intercuspal Position
- Risk Assessment
- Facebow Registration
- Centric Relation Bite Records
The live program for 2013 has ended, but you may enroll in the recorded sessions below. Access to the recorded sessions will be available for at least 4 months following your enrollment. 6.0 hours of dental continuing education credit will be awarded after passing the the online quiz.
Attendance requires a PC or Apple computer with speakers or headphones and a high speed internet connection, such as DSL, Cable Modem or better. Prior to each session, you will receive an invitation via email with a link to the online seminar room.
AGD CE Credit Allocation: Code 180: 3, Code 182: 3 (All Lecture Credit)
Refund policy: Full refund less 4% processing fee available until 60 days before course; 50% refund until 30 days before course. For detailed policy please visit http://leeannbrady.com/cancellations-and-refunds.Academy of General Dentistry Approved PACE Program Provider – FAGD/MAGD Credit.
Approval does not imply acceptance by a state or provincial
board of dentistry or AGD endorsement 2/1/2012 to 1/31/2016.
Provider ID# 346981