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August 2016

The Editor's Corner

Bone Augmentation Through Orthodontic Movement

...Always an excellent and exciting speaker, Dr. Zachrisson presented a series of cases that I would never have considered treating until then. Although adult orthodontic treatment had become pretty common well before that time, the cases shown by Dr. Zachrisson represented the first I had seen of geriatric orthodontics in practice. His patients ranged in age from 65 to 82 and represented all common forms of malocclusion, with the exception of surgical cases. Of course, every case had turned out beautifully and would have been admirable no matter what the patient’s age, but the ones that interested me the most were the treatments undertaken specifically for the purpose of developing alveolar bone...

On the cover: The T-Scan Occlusal Analysis described by Dr. Koval is illustrated on this month’s cover.

August Issue Highlights

T-Scan Occlusal Analysis After Adult Orthodontic Treatment

OVERVIEW Predictability of Orthodontic Forced Eruption in Developing an Implant Site: A Systematic Review
Somar, Mohadeb, Huang

Rapid Maxillary Expansion and Upper-Molar Distalization with a Miniscrew-Supported Hybrid Appliance
Hourfar, Ruff, Wilmes, Ludwig, Kanavakis

PEARLS In-Office Fabrication of a Flipper (includes video)

Complete August table of contents

JCO Online Features

2017 JCO Student of the Year Competition Now Open

The 2017 JCO Eugene L. Gottlieb Student of the Year, presented by American Orthodontics, is now accepting nominations! Each orthodontic department in the United States may nominate one current student for this award for clinical excellence. Nominations must come from the orthodontic department, not from individual students. The submission deadline is November 18, 2016, at 4 P.M. Mountain time.

For more information, please download our fact sheet. To make a nomination, you will need a submission form and a copy of our submission guidelines.

Good Luck!


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