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December 1998
Volume 32, Issue 12

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Where Are the Assistants?

LARRY W. WHITE, DDS, MSD

Where Are the Assistants?I was talking with a professional colleague the other day about how orthodontists don't yet have a dependable system for selecting good chairside assistants. Despite my ow...

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The Connecticut Intrusion Arch

RAVINDRA NANDA, BDS, MDS, PHD, ROBERT MARZBAN, DDS, ANDREW KUHLBERG, DMD, MDS

Correction of deep overbite in conjunction with a Class II molar relationship may be accomplished by anterior intrusion, posterior extrusion, or a combination of both. The decision must be based on th...

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Segmental Lingual Orthodontics in Preprosthetic Cases

PABLO A. ECHARRI, DDS

Segmental lingual orthodontic treatment offers several advantages in preprosthetic cases, including esthetics, efficiency, relatively simple and comfortable mechanics, and, ultimately, the ability...

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The Effectiveness of an Elastomeric Module Dispenser in Cross-Infection Control

G.S. TAKLA , DDS, MSC, S.J. CUNNINGHAM, BCHD, FDS RCS, MSC, MOrth, E.N. HORROCKS, BCHD, FDS RCS, MOrth, M. WILSON, GRSC, MSC, PHD, FRC Path

Orthodontic patients and staff members are exposed to transmission of infectious agents through direct contact (for example, with infected blood), indirect contact (from injury with contaminated instr...

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MANAGEMENT & MARKETING Orthodontic Fees

EUGENE L. GOTTLIEB DDS

(Editor's Note: This quarterly lCO column is compiled by Contributing Editor Howard Iba. Every three months, Dr. Iba presents a successful approach or strategy for a particular aspect of practice mana...

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Clinical Use of the Churro Jumper

RICARDO CASTAÑON, DDS, MS, MARIO S. VALDES, DDS, MS, LARRY W. WHITE, DDS, MSD

Creekmore recently noted that the easiest task for orthodontists is to align the teeth correctly within the individual jaws.1 This can be done with or without extractions, with or without favorable ...

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CASE REPORT

Treatment of Mandibular Alveolar Prognathism by a Lower Anterior Subapical Osteotomy

TOSHIMICHI ICHIDA, DDS, PHD, TOSHIHIRO KIKUTA, DDS, PHD, JINICHI FUKUDA, DDS, PHD, KENJIRO YAMADA, DDS, PHD

Mandibular alveolar prognathism is often treated by orthodontic treatment without accompanying surgery, in cases where the malocclusion and protrusive profile are not severe enough to warrant sagittal...

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