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September 2004
Volume 38, Issue 9

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The Fascination of the Class II

ROBERT G. KEIM, DDS, EDD, PHD

Editor's Note: To respond to this commentary,post a message in the JCO OnlineForum under the heading "Feedback".The Fascination of the Class IIThe Class II malocclusion, in all its permutations,seems ...

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The C-Orthodontic Micro-Implant

KYU-RHIM CHUNG, DMD, MS, PHD, SEONG-HUN KIM, DMD, MS, YOON-AH KOOK, DMD, MS, PHD

Various skeletal implant systems have been proposed to reinforce orthodontic anchorage without the need for extraoral appliances.1-7 Orthodontic miniscrews or microscrews are efficient, inexpensive, a...

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MANAGEMENT & MARKETING Retirement Plan Survey

JOHN K. MCGILL, MBA, JD, CPA

As early as the 1970s, many dentists beganincorporating their practices. There were severalgood reasons to take this step, but the primaryimpetus was to establish a tax-deferred retirementplan. To thi...

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A New Eruption Attachment for Impacted Teeth

R.H.A. SAMUELS, BDS(Hons), MDS, FIMLS, FDS RCPS, DOrth, MOrth

The closed eruption technique requires tractionto be applied to an attachment on the crownof the impacted tooth.1-3 Because amalgams,pins, and lassoes tend to damage the enamel,clinicians now prefer t...

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CASE REPORT

Treatment of Posterior Open Bite Using Distraction Osteogenesis

WOLFGANG M. KATER, MD, DDS, DMD, DARAFSCH KAWA, DOMINIK SCHÄFER, DDS, DMD, DOUGLAS TOLL, DDS, MS

Recent advances in orthognathicsurgery have made itpossible to treat even extremecases of malocclusion with acombined surgical-orthodonticapproach.1-3 In particular, verticaldistraction, introduced by...

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OVERVIEW Intra-Arch Maxillary Molar Distalization Appliances for Class II Correction

ROBERT G. KEIM, DDS, EDD, PHD, CHERYL BERKMAN, DDS, MS

About a third of all orthodontic patients aretreated for Class II malocclusions.1,2 Thesepatients represent a heterogeneous population,with many different etiologies accounting forsimilar intraoral an...

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A Bonded Transpalatal Arch

GARRI TSIBEL, DDS, MLADEN M. KUFTINEC, DMD, SCD

Transpalatal arches have been widely used inclinical orthodontics for correction of molarrotations, anchorage reinforcement, molar expansionand distalization, and vertical molar control.1-6 Most ortho...

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