February 2019 Issue Highlights ALIGNER CORNER Phase I Orthodontic Treatment Using Invisalign FirstFree Access In the latest installment of the Aligner Corner, Dr. Regina Blevins demonstrates the efficacy of Invisalign treatment in the early mixed dentition. Therapeutic needs in these three Phase I cases include ectopic or blocked-out permanent canines and anterior crossbite.
February 2019 Issue Highlights Can Intraoral Photography Replace Plaster and Digital Models in Clinical Practice? A Preliminary Investigation Drs. Jerrold, Schulte, and Isaacs Henry review the advantages and disadvantages of photographs compared with study models in routine clinical evaluation. Five cases are judged by 13 qualified examiners to determine the reliability of measurements taken from photos.
February 2019 Issue Highlights CASE REPORT Asymmetrical First Molar ExtractionsFree Access Asymmetrical extractions can be a viable option in extraction cases with asymmetrical structural impairment of the first permanent molars. In this 22-year-old patient, the left first molars were extracted along with the right first premolars.
February 2019 Issue Highlights THE READERS' CORNER Pretreatment Observation Systems 2019 AAO CONVENTION PREVIEW California DreamingFree Access PEARLS Avoiding Yellow Discoloration of Clear Elastomeric Modules Complete table of contents
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