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March 2000
Volume 34, Issue 3

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Dr. Jones.com

EUGENE L. GOTTLIEB, DDS

Dr. Jones.com Growing numbers of orthodontists are turning to web-design services to develop and maintain a presence on the Internet. The main function of these websites is advertising to the general ...

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Easy Wax Setup Technique for Orthodontic Diagnosis

SEONG-HUN KIM, DMD, MSD, YOUNG-GUK PARK, DMD, MSD, PHD

Traditionally, diagnostic wax setups have been prepared by sawing the models through the root areas and separating the teeth by hand.1-3 The teeth are then repositioned as desired and sealed in place ...

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MANAGEMENT & MARKETING The Perfect Associate

HOWARD D. IBA, DDS, MS, ROBERT W. FRY, DDS, MS, ARLEN STAAB, DDS, MS

Our guest columnist for this edition is Dr. Robert Fry from Olathe, Kansas. Together with his associate, Dr. Arlen Staab, he presents a new perspective on finding an associate. With the large number o...

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Cephalometric Characteristics of Pseudo-Class III and Skeletal Class III Malocclusions

GU YAN, BDS, PHD, A. BAKR M. RABIE, BDS, MS, PHD

Class III malocclusion has been divided into two subtypes: skeletal and pseudo-Class III.1-6 Characteristics of the skeletal Class III mal­occlusion have been well documented in com­parison with eithe...

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Torquing Auxiliary for Posterior Protraction

RAYMOND E. SIATKOWSKI, DMD

My recent article pointed out the loss of ante­rior torque control due to the lack of stan­dard bracket slot and archwire dimensions, the result being unwanted lingual tipping of the incisors during p...

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TECHNIQUE CLINIC

Direct Bonding of Maxillary Central Incisors

ANTHONY D. MAIR, DDS, MCD, LUISA HARRISON, RDH, BA

Maxillary central incisors often become slightly rotat­ed mesiolabially, even when the brackets appear to be well posi­tioned and fully engaged (Fig. 1A). The problem is even more common with miniatur...

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CASE REPORT

A Compromise Treatment for Class II, Division 2 Malocclusion

MÁRCIA R.E.A.S. GANDINI, DDS, PHD, LUIZ G. GANDINI JR., DDS, PHD, JERYL D. ENGLISH, DDS, MS

The success of Class II treat­ment generally depends on the patient's growth potential1,2 and cooperation with orthodon­tic appliances. In non-growing patients, or where insufficient cooperation is ex...

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