Bringing you high-quality continuing education
2023 Speaker Series
The Maryland Academy of General Dentistry brings you high-quality continuing education throughout the year. Through our annual Speakers Series, we identify leaders in their fields to speak on topics relevant to your professional development and timely for your practice. The Speaker Series seminars are FREE to Maryland AGD members (registration still required) ! Not a member? Join us for a nominal fee or become a member! Learn more here.
The Epidemic of Cracked Teeth:
New Science of Strong Teeth
7L CE | AGD 250 Operative (Restorative) Dentistry
with David Clark, DDS
Currently the diagnosis and treatment of cracked and fractured teeth is largely symptom based and is therefore often a sad, end stage diagnosis. The fracturing process in one of dentistry’s last great mysteries and is poorly understood throughout the generalist and specialist dental community. In this engaging and entertaining lecture, you will learn to understand and diagnose pathologic cracks utilizing magnification and other modalities, and treat long before symptoms arise or the tooth becomes unsalvageable.
January 27, 2023
Marriott College Park Conference Center
Treating Caries Chemically:
Minimally Invasive, Maximally Effective
7L CE | AGD 010 Basic Sciences
with Douglas Young, DDS, EdD
Clinical practice today uses scientifically sound evidence-based approaches. There is a noticeable shift to the caries treatment paradigm by better preventing and managing caries as a disease at the patient level. Only then will the clinician be able to use minimally invasive restorative approaches to managing this disease at the tooth level. The entire dental team will benefit from this update and review on clinical applications.
May 19, 2023
Universities at Shady Grove
TMJ: Too Much Jaw
Treating TMD & Orofacial Pain
7L CE | AGD 200 Orofacial Pain
with Sylvan Mintz, DDS, MScD
& Ryan Lynch, CCTT
This interactive lecture provides the basic understanding of TMD and craniofacial pain. After a review of TMJ anatomy, biomechanics, and biomechanics, you'll gain insights into the in-depth physical therapy evaluation of orofacial pain patients.