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November 2016
Volume 50, Issue 11

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Quantifying Facial Esthetics

ROBERT G. KEIM DDS, EdD, PhD

Facial beauty and the attractiveness of the smile - or "facial harmony", to use an expression commonly seen in the orthodontic literature - have fascinated orthodontists since the beginning of the pro...

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BOOK REVIEW

Global Diagnosis: A New Vision of Dental Diagnosis and Treatment Planning

NEAL D. KRAVITZ DMD, MS

Global Diagnosis: A New Vision of Dental Diagnosis and Treatment Planning J. WILLIAM ROBBINS, DDS, MA JEFFREY S. ROUSE, DDS Book/CD-ROM set, 244 pages, 598 illustrations. $148. 2016. Quintessen...

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Upper-Incisor Position as a Determinant of the Ideal Soft-Tissue Profile

MICHAEL A. WEBB DDS, MS, FRANK E. CORDRAY DDS, MS, P. EMILE ROSSOUW BSc, BChD, BChD (Hons.), MChD, PhD, FRCD(C)

Facial esthetics play an important role in contemporary orthodontics. Having an attractive face is perceived as an advantage in society with regard to competence, likeability, and potential for succes...

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Digital Technology for the Management of Impacted Canines in Lingual Orthodontics

PRAVIN SHETTY BDS, MDS, MANJUL JAIN BDS, MDS, TANUJA DESHPANDE BDS, MDS

Upper canines are the most commonly impacted teeth, second only to third molars.1 Impacted upper canines occur in about 2% of the population and are twice as common in females as in males. About one-t...

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CASE REPORT

Management of an Ectopic Lower Canine by Autotransplantation and Orthodontic Treatment

JASLEEN KAUR BDS, MDS, S. AJIT KUMAR PILLAI BDS, MDS, SHRAVAN KUMAR H.K. BDS, MDS, K. SADASHIVA SHETTY BDS, MDS

Autogenous tooth transplantation, or autotransplantation, is the surgical movement of a tooth from one location to another in the same individual. The most common indications are tooth agenesis, traum...

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The Effect of Vibration on Molar Distalization

S. JAY BOWMAN DDS, MSD

Interest in vibration as a method of stimulating orthodontic tooth movement spans more than three decades. In 1979, Shapiro and colleagues published a report describing the use of pulsating piezoelect...

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A Smartphone App for Cephalometric Analysis

PAVAN KUMAR MAMILLAPALLI BDS, MDS, VASU MURTHY SESHAM BDS, MDS, PRAVEEN KUMAR NEELA BDS, MDS, SHIVA PRASAD MANDALOJU BDS, MDS, SREEKANTH KEESARA BDS, MDS

Manual cephalometric analysis can be time-consuming and technically demanding. Intrigued by the possibility of using smartphones for this purpose, we developed an Android-based app called OneCeph to h...

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PEARLS

Effective Derotation of Canines and Premolars

M.A. ELHUSSEIN BDS, MFD RCSI, P.J. SANDLER BDS (Hons.), MS, PhD, FDS RCPS, MOrth RCS

Canines and premolars often erupt in malrotated positions, making proper bracket placement and wire engagement challenging. This Pearl describes the use of buccal and lingual buttons with segmented el...

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JCO Continuing Education for November 2016 (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 November 2016

Click here to download a PDF of the Product News column for November 2016.See also the Online Product News page of our website for a searchable database of published Product News items for the past se...

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