Dr. Brady loves to make his patients happy and comfortable. He has wanted to be a dentist since he was little. His uncle was his dentist growing up, and always was willing to teach him and answer his questions. He went to high school in Oregon City, Oregon, just outside of Portland, Oregon. After High-School, Dr. Brady moved in with his uncle for a few months and worked in his dental office to get as much experience with dentistry as possible.
He attended BYU-Idaho for his under grad degree in Marketing/ Finance, with clusters in Spanish and Pre- Dental. He met his wife and was married while attending college. After graduating college, with his wife and newborn daughter, he moved to Boston where Dr. Brady attended a highly regarded dental school, Tufts University School of Dental Medicine. While there, he became the founding member of the Practice Management Club at Tufts, which has grown to hundreds of members, and he still actively participates with that group. In addition, Dr. Brady participated actively with the Bates- Andrews Research group performing dental research in such areas as implants, silk proteins, antibiotics, electric toothbrushes, and filling materials. He became a mentor, and close friend for many of his classmates. There, they had two more daughters before graduating.
After defeating the freezing winters in Boston, Dr. Brady and his wife decided that Texas would be a great place to raise their family. They moved to the area, and began practicing dentistry. He has practiced in a few different areas in the Dallas/ Ft. Worth area, before settling here in Southlake, TX and opening his private office, Haven Dental.
He loves snow sports. Growing up in Oregon, he was able to go snowboarding year round on the Mt. Hood Glacier with his friends. He loves spending time with his family and friends, exercising, and hopes to get his automotive racing license in the next couple years. He loves learning more about the newest technology in dentistry, and implementing this into his practice.
Nothing makes Dr. Brady more happy than bringing joy to those he serves. He participates frequently in serving his community, and building his nonprofit to help those less fortunate receive the dental care they need. He picks two patients per year over social media to do free cases for, and is constantly looking for ways to expand his philanthropy. He recently began his “WE Heart U” campaign that will donate oral hygiene kits and other essentials to the homeless in Boston, New York, and other large cities.