The Essence of an Expert
..."I believe an orthodontic expert needs to meet three criteria: a strong background in the international scientific literature, paired with the ability to apply the information gleaned from that literature; a substantial, economically viable practice with at least several thousand successfully treated cases, spread across all types of malocclusion; and an open mind—a willingness to change course in the light of new evidence, rather than mindlessly adhering to the dictates of any one treatment philosophy or orthodontic guru...."
On the cover: Early Class III treatment is discussed in the interview of Dr. Jim McNamara (illustrations by William L. Brudon, © 2014 James McNamara).
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September issue highlights
In addition to Part 1 of Bob Keim's interview with Dr. Jim McNamara, the September issue includes:
Improving the Efficiency of Intraoral Scanning
WEITAO LIU, DDS, PHD
GREG J. HUANG, DMD, MSD, MPH
Sequential Piezocision in a Challenging Adult Case
DONALD NELSON, DMD
SERGE DIBART, DMD
Establishing an Optimal Pricing Strategy for Your Practice
ROBERT S. HAEGER, DDS, MS