Patrick Brady, MS, DMD
Dr. Brady grew up in the western suburbs of Chicago where he attended Fenwick High School. He excelled academically and athletically, achieving all-state in baseball and football. He also won a state championship in the Fed Challenge, an economic competition.
Dr. Brady headed south to attend Davidson College on a baseball scholarship and earned a BS in Psychology. While still a student, he met his wife Misty, who played on the field hockey team.
He considered pursuing medicine after graduating but found a love for dentistry. Dentistry allows you to not only create beautiful smiles but also form lifelong bonds with patients and their families.
Dr. Brady decided to continue his education and earned a Doctor of Dental Medicine from the University of Louisville School of Dentistry. While in Dental School, he was a Dean’s Scholar and joined the Delphi Society and Omicron Kappa Upsilon academic honor societies. Dr. Brady also discovered a passion for orthodontics. He was amazed at the transformation that happens during treatment. The self-esteem and confidence from a beautiful smile are life-changing.
Dr. Brady returned to the midwest to attend the University of Iowa College of Dentistry where he received his Masters and Certificate of Orthodontics. As an Orthodontic student, Dr. Brady presented research at national meetings for the American Dental Education Association, the American Association of Orthodontics.
This education and experience gave Dr. Brady the foundation to achieve board certification from the American Board of Orthodontics.
Only 33% of orthodontics reach this milestone. This means you can be sure that you’re getting top-quality care.
Outside the Office
Dr. Brady’s wife Misty is originally from Virginia Beach. It took some arm twisting, but he eventually got her to move back to the Chicago suburbs where he grew up.
As part of the deal, they moved close to field hockey, so Misty could coach. They were lucky enough to land in the Northshore and recently moved to Northfield with their young son Walter.
Misty has coached with Windy City Field Hockey for 3 years and recently became the head coach at Loyola Academy in Wilmette.
When he’s not in the office, Dr. Brady helps coach local little league teams, plays softball in the summer and bowls in the winter.