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May 2018
Volume 52, Issue 5

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Expanding Our Roster

DAVID S. VOGELS III

We at JCO have always been proud of our international lineup of Contributing Editors. From our inception in 1967, our editorial board has included some of the greatest clinicians in orthodontic histor...

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The Biocreative Strategy Part 1: Foundations

SEONG-HUN KIM DMD, MSD, PhD, KYU-RHIM CHUNG DMD, MSD, PhD, GERALD NELSON DDS

Drs. Kim, Chung, and Nelson launch a series of articles by describing their six physiological principles and the five essentials of the Biocreative Checklist. A detailed case report illustrates the overall treatment protocol.

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Management of Partially Impacted Mandibular Molars Using Temporary Anchorage Devices

BRUNO DI LEONARDO DDS, MS, RICCARDO RIATTI DDS, MS, FABIO GIUNTOLI DDS, MS, NICOLA DERTON DDS, MS, ROSSANO MURA DDS, GIUSEPPE PERINETTI DDS, MS, PhD, LUCA CONTARDO DDS, MS

In a series of six cases, Dr. Di Leonardo and colleagues demonstrate the versatility of miniscrews in uprighting impacted lower molars, using various biomechanical systems to suit different clinical situations while minimizing unwanted side effects.

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Orthodontic Space Closure vs. Implant-Borne Crowns in Patients with Congenitally Missing Maxillary Lateral Incisors

UTE E.M. SCHNEIDER DDS, LORENZ MOSER MD, DDS, GIUSEPPE PELLITTERI MD, GIUSEPPE SICILIANI MD, DDS, PhD

Recent advances have improved the long-term success of orthodontic space opening for implants in patients with upper lateral incisor agenesis. In this retrospective study, Dr. Schneider and colleagues emphasize the importance of correct implant placement, grafting, and peri-implant molding.

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CASE REPORT

Preprosthetic Orthodontics in an Adult with Multiple Anterior Edentulous Spaces and Loss of Vertical Dimension

SANDHYA MAHESHWARI BDS, MDS, N.D. GUPTA BDS, MDS, SHRADDHA RATHI BDS, MDS, ADITI GAUR BDS, MDS

The authors show how a short phase of orthodontic therapy can prepare an adult with missing teeth for prosthetic rehabilitation. As this case illustrates, the treatment is aimed primarily at improving the patient’s esthetics, oral hygiene, and masticatory function.

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THE READERS' CORNER

Temporary Anchorage Devices

PETER M. SINCLAIR DDS, MSD

JCO readers respond to questions about their use of temporary anchorage devices. Topics include miniscrew preferences, insertion procedures, mechanics, clinical situations, and potential complications.

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PEARLS

Active Nickel Titanium Lingual Retainer for Minor Tooth Movement

NEAL D. KRAVITZ DMD, MS

Incisor crowding can relapse even when lingual retainers are bonded or when patients are dedicated in wearing removable retainers. This Pearl reviews the use of an “active” nickel titanium lingual retainer to achieve minor recorrections without the need for compliance.

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Continuing Education for May 2018 Issue (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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BOOK REVIEWS

The Golden Age of Orthodontics: Decline and Aftermath

ELLIOTT M. MOSKOWITZ DDS, MSD

NORMAN WAHL, DDS, MS, MA 202 pages. $16.95. 2017. First Edition Design Publishing, P.O. Box 20217, Sarasota, FL 34276. (941) 921-2607; www.firsteditiondesign.com. Norman Wahl is one of our few colleag...

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Product News Published in May 2018 Issue

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