December 2020 Issue Highlights A Conservative Approach to Traction of Impacted Maxillary Canines in Adults with Severe Incisor Root Resorption Dr. Ruíz-Mora and colleagues illustrate a four-step approach for eruption of bilateral impacted upper canines associated with severe incisor root resorption, using a customized palatal anchorage device and transalveolar nickel titanium closed-coil springs. Two adult case examples are provided.
We will continue to update our COVID-19 section here on the website. Includes links to a two-part article partially published in June on the way forward, including clinical considerations, a look a management and financial planning, two articles from the upcoming May 2020 issue on office safety, the McGill-Hill Group resources page, getting your equipment ready, a take on virtual appointments from Dr. Laurance Jerrold, an article from our archive on avoiding handpiece usage for plaque control, bonding in COVID-19 era from Paul Gange of Reliance, the "2for2" technique to minimize droplets and aerosols, and our video office reopening blog.
December 2020 Issue Highlights CASE REPORT Nonextraction Treatment of Severe Crowding with a Self-Ligating ApplianceFree Access The arch expansion that can be obtained with self-ligating brackets and high-tech archwires can avoid the need for extractions. In this case, transverse development is used to correct extreme lower crowding in an adult patient without adversely affecting his balanced profile.
December 2020 Issue Highlights 2020 JCO Study of Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Procedures Part 3: Breakdowns by Prescription Appliance Use In the final installment of this three-part report, respondents’ usage of various diagnostic and treatment methods is categorized according to their choice of fixed appliance prescription: Damon, Roth, MBT, or other. Conclusions from the entire 2020 Study are also reviewed.
December 2020 Issue Highlights MANAGEMENT & MARKETING Online Reviews: More Important than Ever Orthodontic Management of Patients with Ectodermal Dysplasia CASE REPORT Orthodontic Eruption of an Impacted and Dilacerated Maxillary Central IncisorFree Access PEARLS The Miniscrew-Anchored Cantilever: A Simple Molar Distalizer Complete table of contents
Nominations for the 2021 JCO Eugene L. Gottlieb Student of the Year, presented by American Orthodontics, are now open! Each orthodontic department in the U.S. may nominate one student (nominations must come from the department itself). Deadline is Tuesday, November 3. Download the fact sheet, submission form, and submission guidelines for more information.
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