Register for the recorded sessions of this online seminar series
presented by Lee Ann Brady, DMD
2013 Session Recordings Still Available
Watch at your leisure, CE credit granted after completion of the course quiz.
6 hours of AGD PACE CE credit
Spring 2014 Dates TBA Soon!
Once you have completed a functional exam and identified areas of risk associated with the patients joints, muscles or occlusion the next step is treatment. Treatment begins with confirming the diagnosis. When the treatment recommendation includes occlusal changes the first step is to test the relationship between the occlusion and the signs and symptoms with appliance therapy. Appliances provide a variety of useful information and therapeutic results, but knowing which design is appropriate for the patient is critical. Changing an occlusion requires making a decision about guidance schemes, condylar position and envelope of function. Each of these decision points is based on understanding the patient’s condition and the outcome the new design will produce. Reaching the new occlusal goals can be accomplished through a variety of treatment modalities based on the esthetic and structural concerns of the patient.
After attending this online seminar you will be able to:
- Identify the major appliance designs
- Understand the relationship between appliance design and effectiveness
- Prescribe the appropriate appliance based on the patient’s condition
- Anterior Bite Plane Fabrication
- Appliance Delivery and Appointment Protocols
- Describe the role of incisal edges in anterior guidance
- Describe the influence of occlusal contacts on the muscles of mastication
- Design an occlusal scheme
- Identify the steps in occlusal equilibration
The seminar will be presented in three ninety-minute lecture sessions, followed by a thirty-minute discussion session.
Registration reserves your seat in the live seminar as well as access to the recorded sessions until September 30, 2013.
Each 120-minute session begins at 2pm Eastern/11am Pacific time
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 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