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July 1988
Volume 22, Issue 7

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

EUGENE L. GOTTLIEB DDS

Defensive Orthodontics In light of the fact that TMJ problems can be caused by everyday occurrences such as a yawn, a wide opening, a blow, occlusal changes, stress, bruxing, and many more, it seems e...

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Orthodontic Financial Analysis - 1987

MARTIN L. SCHULMAN

Compared to previous years, profitability declined in all dental specialties except one (periodontics) during 1987. The percentage of decline is slowing, but the trend is unmistakable and gives us cau...

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Relationship of Children's Compliance to Mothers' Health Beliefs and Behavior

JANE FOLGER MA

The relatively modest amount of research that has examined medical and dental compliance in children has produced few significant results, despite the importance of patient cooperation.1 The Health Be...

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Organizing an Infection Control Program

E. WILLSON BAKER DDS, MS

If you have not already organized an infection control program in your office, you can do so in several stages. First, appoint (or hire) an infection control officer. This person should be responsible...

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JCO INTERVIEWS

Dr. Rudolf Slavicek on Clinical and Instrumental Functional Analysis for Diagnosis and Treatment Planning, Part 2

EUGENE L. GOTTLIEB, RUDOLF SLAVICEK

DR. GOTTLIEB Do you believe in a cuspid-protected occlusion for everybody? DR. SLAVICEK I believe that the cuspid is a very important tooth, but I don't like to make it the godfather of occlusion. The...

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Precision Lingual Arches: Passive Applications

CHARLES J. BURSTONE DDS, MS, CLEMENS MANHARTSBERGER MD

Lingual arches connecting first molars have long been used either as a sole method of treatment or as an adjunct to other appliances. They can minimize side effects during treatment, add to anchorage,...

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