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May 2013
Volume 47, Issue 5

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Our Connecticut Quartet

ROBERT G. KEIM DDS, EdD, PhD

Most of the treatment-planning protocols we learn during our specialty training programs focus on the correction of "generic" malocclusions in various established categories: the Angle classifications...

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CASE REPORT

Dentoalveolar Segmental Osteotomy for an Ankylosed Canine

FLAVIO URIBE DDS, MDSc, NANDAKUMAR JANAKIRAMAN BDS, MDS, ALICE CUTRERA DDS, GIAN PIETRO SCHINCAGLIA DDS, PhD, RAVINDRA NANDA BDS, MDS, PhD

Alignment of impacted canines has a high priority in orthodontic treatment, not only because of esthetics, but because the maxillary canine plays a fundamental role in occlusal guidance, protecting th...

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CASE REPORT

Nonextraction "Surgery First" Treatment of a Skeletal Class III Patient with Severe Maxillary Crowding

ZAHER AYMACH DDS, PhD, JUNJI SUGAWARA DDS, PhD, SATOSHI GOTO DDS, PhD, HIROSHI NAGASAKA DDS, PhD, RAVINDRA NANDA BDS, MDS, PhD

Recently introduced "surgery first" treatment protocols achieve immediate facial improvement for orthognathic patients by eliminating the presurgical orthodontic treatment phase.1-5 Because prediction...

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Mechanics for Treatment of Impacted and Ectopically Erupted Maxillary Canines

SUMIT YADAV BDS, MDS, PhD, MADHUR UPADHYAY BDS, MDS, FLAVIO URIBE DDS, MDSc, RAVINDRA NANDA BDS, MDS, PhD

Maxillary canine impaction occurs in about 2% of the population and is twice as common in females as in males.1 Palatal impactions account for about 85% of these cases, and labial or buccal impactions...

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Upper-Molar Intrusion Using Anterior Palatal Anchorage and the Mousetrap Appliance

BENEDICT WILMES DDS, MSC, PhD, MANUEL NIENKEMPER DDS, MSC, BJÖRN LUDWIG DMD, MSD, RAVINDRA NANDA BDS, MDS, PhD, DIETER DRESCHER DDS, MSC, PhD

Overerupted upper molars due to missing lower antagonists are a common orthodontic problem, especially in adult patients. To facilitate prosthodontic restoration in the mandible, the overerupted molar...

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MANAGEMENT & MARKETING Orthodontic Marketing Through Social Networking

MATTHEW BLAKE HILLSTEAD DDS, JAE HYUN PARK DMD, MSD, MS, PhD

This column is compiled by JCO Contributing Editor Robert S. Haeger, DDS, MS. Every few months, Dr. Haeger presents a successful approach or strategy for a particular aspect of practice management. Yo...

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TECHNIQUE CLINIC

Securing a Piggyback Wire to an Ectopic Canine Bracket

VIKRAM PAI BDS, MDS, AMEET V. REVANKAR BDS, MDS

Engaging a piggyback wire in the bracket of a high labial canine can be tricky for the clinician and uncomfortable for the patient. Here is a simple and fast method we have developed: 1. Hold an .019"...

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JCO Continuing Education for May 2013 (questions only)

Click here to download a PDF of the printed questions from the journal for reference. CE tests must be taken online. See the link to continuing education on the menu bar at the top of the screen.

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JCO Product News published in May 2013

Click here to download a PDF of the Product News column for May 2013.See also the Online Product News page of our website for a searchable data base of published Product News items for the past severa...

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