April 2019 Issue Highlights Lingual Orthodontics Redefined with Automation and Friction-Free Mechanics The INBRACE system simplifies lingual bracket design by using zero prescription and building full three-dimensional customization into the archwires, as explained by Dr. Hongsheng Tong and colleagues. The automated system relies on nonsliding, friction-free mechanics to move teeth with light, continuous forces.
April 2019 Issue Highlights Pain-Free Orthodontic Treatment with the Dental Pain EraserFree Access In a clinical study involving three practices, Dr. Cosmo Haralambidis evaluates the effects of a new portable device for transcutaneous electrical nerve stimulation in alleviating pain after orthodontic wire adjustments. Reactions of patients and clinicians to the therapy are also reported.
April 2019 Issue Highlights CASE REPORT Segmental Orthodontics for Space Calibration in Preprosthodontic Treatment In this adult patient requiring preparation for replacement of missing lower first molars, the author demonstrates how segmental mechanics can be used with direct and indirect mini-implant anchorage to obtain controlled tooth movements without unwanted effects on adjacent teeth.
April 2019 Issue Highlights MANAGEMENT & MARKETING Associating After Residency PEARLS A Reimagined Button for Elastic Attachment to Clear Aligners 2019 Eugene L. Gottlieb JCO Student of the Year: Dr. Katya SkillestadFree Access Complete table of contents
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Read more about the award, presented by American Orthodontics, and Dr. Skillestad in our press release and coming up in the April issue of JCO.
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