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This installment breaks down the most important diagnostic and treatment methods in three categories: number of years in practice, geographic region, and gross income level. An extended section covers factors that appear related to success with clear aligners.
Dr. Manzo and colleagues describe a digital smile design combining orthodontic treatment, periodontal surgery, and direct composite veneer restorations to resolve the esthetic impairment created by an impacted upper canine, disproportionate dental arches, and excessive gingival exposure.
Traditional rapid maxillary expansion may be inadequate in non-growing patients. In this article, two case examples illustrate how miniscrew-supported maxillary expansion and the MAPA System can resolve transverse deficiency in an adult while avoiding unwanted dental side effects or orthognathic surgery.
When early treatment is impossible, permanent teeth can be moved to compensate for a skeletal Class III discrepancy and anterior crossbite. The authors demonstrate the use of a 2 × 4 appliance and acrylic biteplane to correct a late-diagnosed skeletal Class III malocclusion.
Constant mesial pressure from the push rod of a Forsus Fatigue Resistant Device can debond the lower bracket and increase treatment time. This Pearl describes a simple archwire hook that can be crimped onto the base archwire to relieve such pressure.
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Dr. Souris operates a medium-size solo practice in North Olmsted, Ohio. In this interview, he discusses his treatment philosophy and application of technology, focusing on the use of Rhinogram, a text-messaging platform that has transformed his patient communication and scheduling.
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The authors present a case involving a severe dentigerous cyst caused by long-term inflammation and infection of an upper deciduous central incisor. A conservative, multidisciplinary approach is applied for orthodontic recovery of the impacted teeth.
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