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Volume 23 : Number 8 : Page 0 : Aug 1989
Early loss of the deciduous second molars is of concern because of the likelihood of ensuing mesial drift of the permanent molars.1 If the loss occurs before the eruption of the first permanent molar,...
Volume 32 : Number 9 : Page 557 : Sep 1998
The Multiloop Edgewise Archwire (MEAW) was developed by Kim for uprighting and distalizing posterior teeth.1 This case report describes an esthetic and effective use of the MEAW, in conjunction with l...
Volume 50 : Number 11 : Page 673 : Nov 2016
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...
Volume 36 : Number 5 : Page 291 : May 2002
This report describes a multiyear delay in the development and eruption of an upper left second premolar in a Class II, division 1 patient treated with headgear and fixed orthodontic appliances in t...
Volume 55 : Number 6 : Page 210601 : Jun 2021
This is the second in a series of case reports from the three finalists for the 2021 Eugene L. Gottlieb JCO Student of the Year Award. Dr. Sola Martin, from the University of Southern California, presents the treatment of an adolescent Marfan syndrome patient.
Volume 56 : Number 12 : Page 20221201 : Dec 2022
This case illustrates the potential for unwanted tooth movement in a patient who presented with a 3-3 lingual flexible spiral-wire retainer in place. A retrospective 3D superimposition reveals a tendency for canine movement under a previous stiff-wire retainer that was not noted clinically.
Volume 26 : Number 10 : Page 0 : Oct 1992
Single-tooth gingival recession in the upper arch is a major esthetic problem, especially when the patient has a high lip line at rest or in smiling.1 Treatment options include a fixed crown or bridge...
Volume 31 : Number 8 : Page 0 : Aug 1997
A patient with bilateral mesio linguoversion of the upper lateral incisors and an interlocking anterior occlusion is difficult to treat with a labial appliance, since brackets cannot be attached to th...
Volume 51 : Number 3 : Page 173 : Mar 2017
The upper and lower third molars and upper canines are the most commonly impacted teeth in the permanent dentition. Impaction can be horizontal, vertical, mesioangular, distoangular, or inverted.1-3 I...
Volume 44 : Number 10 : Page 593 : Oct 2010
Interdisciplinary care typically begins with the general dentist, as does the patient's belief in the possibilities of treatment. Development of trust and cohesion among dental team members is a vital...
Volume 34 : Number 3 : Page 159 : Mar 2000
The success of Class II treatment generally depends on the patient's growth potential1,2 and cooperation with orthodontic appliances. In non-growing patients, or where insufficient cooperation is ex...
Volume 47 : Number 5 : Page 289 : May 2013
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...
Volume 24 : Number 10 : Page 0 : Oct 1990
Loss of attachment and subsequent gingival recession have been observed in orthodontic patients, particularly in the mandibular anterior region.1 One study concluded that areas with less than 22mm of ...
Volume 52 : Number 0 : Page 351 : Jun 2018
Adults with severe skeletal Class III discrepancies often refuse surgical treatment, leaving orthodontic camouflage as the best alternative. Dr. Valarelli and colleagues present a nonextraction case in which Biofunctional appliances were successfully combined with Class III intermaxillary elastics.
Volume 54 : Number 11 : Page 201101 : Nov 2020
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.
Volume 37 : Number 6 : Page 329 : Jun 2003
Expansion of the lower canine region after eruption of the permanent canines has long been considered unstable without permanent retention.1 Nevertheless, various non-invasive methods of mandibular ex...
Volume 56 : Number 4 : Page 20220401 : Apr 2022
Bony defects can present challenges in the orthodontic treatment of adult patients.1,2 Some studies have indicated that orthodontic movement into an intraosseous defect has no beneficial effect on tis...
Volume 57 : Number 8 : Page 20230801 : Aug 2023
Linear morphea, also called scleroderma en coup de sabre, is rarely reported in the orthodontic literature. This case is noteworthy because the adult patient’s facial asymmetry was corrected with nonextraction orthodontic treatment and no surgical intervention.
Volume 35 : Number 5 : Page 325 : May 2001
The following case report describes the interface between orthodontics, periodontics, and prosthetic dentistry in the treatment of an adult patient with periodontal disease complicated by a missing ce...
Volume 53 : Number 12 : Page 737 : Dec 2019
The Herbst appliance, although reliable and well tolerated, has been associated with such adverse dental effects as proclination of the lower incisors and palatal inclination of the upper incisors. Drs. Manni, Cerruto, and Cozzani employ skeletal anchorage from four miniscrews to mitigate these effects.
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