April 2018 Issue Highlights The Horseshoe Jet for Miniscrew-Supported Molar Distalization This versatile modification of the Distal Jet relies on skeletal anchorage to avoid unwanted reciprocal forces. After molar distalization, the self-limiting appliance converts to a palatal holding arch. Dr. Jay Bowman illustrates a variety of clinical applications, including a combination with AcceleDent.
April 2018 Issue Highlights Space Management with Invisalign for Interdisciplinary Orthodontic Treatment Drs. Anderson and Darren Huang demonstrate the range of the Invisalign system in preprosthodontic treatment of adult patients. These four cases involve space creation, molar uprighting, or molar intrusion to make room for future implants, as well as molar space closure to avoid the need for restoration.
April 2018 Issue Highlights CASE REPORT Combining Skeletal Anchorage and Intermaxillary Elastics in Class II TreatmentFree Access Drs. Manni, Lupini, and Cozzani describe an innovative combination of Class II elastics and temporary anchorage devices. Their treatment takes advantage of the versatility of intermaxillary elastics in producing reliable sagittal and extrusive forces, while avoiding the side effects associated with anchorage loss.
April 2018 Issue Highlights MANAGEMENT AND MARKETING Ransomware: Is Your Practice Protected? 2018 Eugene L. Gottlieb JCO Student of the Year: Dr. Samaneh MojarradFree Access PEARLS Intrusion of a Supraerupted Maxillary Second Molar Using a Modified Cantilever Appliance Complete table of contents
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