March 2021 Issue Highlights MASTER CLINICIAN David M. Sarver, DMD, MS In this interview, Dr. Sarver discusses his career, orthodontic mentors, diagnostic and mechanical principles, and treatment philosophy. Case examples are presented to demonstrate his approach to achieving excellent smile esthetics through dimensional and tonal gradation.
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.
March 2021 Issue Highlights CASE REPORT Miniplate Anchorage for Correction of Skeletal Anterior Open Bit in an AdultFree Access Treatment of anterior open bite is more challenging in non-growing patients. This report documents the correction of an adult patient’s skeletal open bite using T-shaped miniplates installed in the zygomatic pillars and in the external mandibular cortical bone.
March 2021 Issue Highlights The T-Control Philosophy and Prescription for Passive Self-Ligating Brackets Drs. Tocoloni, Topolski, Moro, and Correr introduce a bidimensional prescription with customized torque and angulation values for the anterior, buccal, and posterior archwire segments. Their seven-step T-Control philosophy is illustrated by the case of a Class III patient.
March 2021 Issue Highlights MANAGEMENT & MARKETING On Working It Down PEARLS Orientation of the Occlusal Plane in Virtual Treatment Planning Customized Cap to Keep a Facemask Properly Positioned During Sleep Canine Extractions: Functional, Esthetic, and Practical ConsiderationsFree Access Complete table of contents
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