QuickSplint® is easy to fabricate chairside in about 5-minutes.
Scroll down to watch Dr. Lee Ann Brady discuss and demonstrate the S.A.F.E. Protocol for preventing JAMSS and the Speed2Treat Protocol for JAMSS.
Videos posted here and on the Orofacial Therapeutics Vimeo Channel are available for download for Study Club and staff meetings. We can also send you a link to a DropBox folder with photos and slides, or provide a flash drive for your upcoming meetings.
How QuickSplint Works to Relax Jaw Muscles
Watch these three videos demonstrating how to make a QuickSplint. Each dentist shares useful clinical tips that you can also use in training your staff to fabricate QuickSplint chairside.
We've Learned Something Valuable When QuickSplint Doesn't Work
Dr. Lee Ann Brady explains why use of QuickSplint will have one of 3 outcomes – patient feels better, the same, or worse. This helps in the diagnostic process and Dr. Brady gives examples of how to explain this to your patient.
Medical Briefing Video
Dr. James Fricton Introduction
Dr. Fricton is an internationally renowned leader in the field of Orofacial Pain. His commitment to helping patients incorporate lifestyle habits that promote recovery and prevent chronic pain is enormous and we are grateful to work with him. The Online Resources component of the Speed2Treat Home Healing Kit contains +20 videos with Dr. Fricton, and calming breathing videos narrated by coach and educator Ed Harrold.
Using Speed2Treat Home Healing Kit in Your Practice
This video provides an overview of the objectives and the components of the Speed2Treat Home Healing Kit and guided 4-Week Care Plan.
What to Look for in Making a QuickSplint
Dr. Lee Ann Brady Provides Tips on Making A QuickSplint
Dr. Lee Ann Brady demonstrates how to make a QuickSplint® for a patient. In this video, she is using Access Blue fast-set heavy body VPS by Centrix. You can use your favorite brand of VPS or putty, but not all materials are the same. Look for a VPS that is firm and retentive, and easy to trim without pulling out of the tray or becoming brittle.