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October 2005
Volume 39, Issue 10

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

An American in Paris

DAVID S. VOGELS III

An American in ParisWhen I told my friends I had to go to Paris for an orthodontic conference, I must say I didn't get much sympathy. Of course, most of us don't normally have the opportunity to walk ...

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A New Self-Etching, Light-Cured Bonding System

ALBERTO ARMENIO, DDS

Conventional acid etching creates microporositiesin the enamel surface, thus promotingmicromechanical retention and increasingthe bondable surface area.1-15 It also removesthe organic film from the to...

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An Adjustable Surgical Guide for Miniscrew Placement

EDUARDO YUGO SUZUKI, DDS, PHD, BOONSIVA BURANASTIDPORN, DDS, PHD

The first devices widely used for skeletal anchorage in orthodontics were osseointegrated dental implants, placed in the midpalate1-5 or in the retromolar area of the mandible.6 More recently, miniscr...

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MANAGEMENT & MARKETING Six Steps to Wealth and Financial Independence

JERRY R. CLARK, DDS

Have you ever wondered if you will haveenough money to retire? At what age you will beable to retire? How much life insurance youneed? What your family will live on if you dieyoung? Whether you're sav...

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CASE REPORT

Correction of a Malocclusion Caused by a Dentigerous Cyst

ALVARO F.C. FERNANDES, BDS, MSC, MARCO A.O. ALMEIDA, BDS, MSC, DO, DANIEL J. FERNANDES, BDS, CÁTIA C.A. QUINTO, BDS, MSC, PHD, DO

The dentigerous cyst is one ofthe most common pathologicalentities found in dentistry, accountingfor about 20% of allmandibular cystic lesions.1 It isusually associated with thecrowns of permanent tee...

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Treatment of Ectopic Maxillary Canines Using a Palatal Implant for Anchorage

ALDO GIANCOTTI, DDS, MS, MARIO GRECO, DDS, GIANLUCA MAMPIERI, DDS, CLAUDIO ARCURI, MD, DDS

Various types of palatal implants have beenproposed for use as skeletal anchorage inorthodontic treatment.1-5 In 1992, Wehrbein andcolleagues, in collaboration with the StraumannInstitute, introduced ...

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CLINICAL AID Quick Setup for Light-Cured Bonding

DAVID HEGARTY, MDS, MOrth, FDS RCS, IAN O'LEARY, BDS, MFDS

1. Cut a block of wooden stairrail measuring 8" long × 2" wide× 2" high. Drill two rows of 10vertical holes, each 1/2" in diameterand 1-1/2" deep. Sand and polishthe wood. Label the holesaccording to ...

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A Removable Class II Appliance for Simultaneous Distalization and Expansion

AYLIN GUMUS, DDS, ZÜLEYHA MIRZEN ARAT, DDS, PHD

Treatment of a case of Class II malocclusionwith maxillary arch constriction and anteriorcrowding generally involves expanding the arch,distalizing the molars, and aligning the anteriorteeth.1-4 This ...

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