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THE CUTTING EDGE

Cementation and Removal of 3D-Printed Expanders

Volume 55 : Number 9 : Page 571 : Sep 2021

Dr. Coleman introduces a device that is laser-sintered in the laboratory, based on a routine digital intraoral scan. This technique avoids the drawbacks of traditional banded expanders, which require orthodontic separators, and bonded expanders, which can encroach on the gingival margins and are hard to remove.

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Invisalign Treatment Accelerated by Photobiomodulation

Volume 50 : Number 5 : Page 0 : May 2016

This month's Cutting Edge article describes accelerated orthodontic treatment using photobiomodulation (PBM), a low-level light therapy that has been shown to accelerate bone and connective-tissue metabolism for wound healing in medicine. One commercially available PBM device, OrthoPulse, uses light-emitting diodes (LEDs) that produce 850 nanometers of light (very near the infrared spectrum), offering a safer mode of treatment than with laser light.

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The SureSmile System in Orthodontic Practice

Volume 43 : Number 3 : Page 0 : Mar 2009

(Editor's Note: This quarterly column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor Ronald Redmond. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic tec...

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Tablet PCs in Orthodontics

Volume 37 : Number 11 : Page 621 : Nov 2003

Dr. Rolf Maijer's article pushes the envelope of cutting-edge technology. The tablet PC with its built-in applications is a perfect fit for the orthodontic practice of the 21st century. In fact, table...

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THE CUTTING EDGE

The Aligner Treatment Chart

Volume 41 : Number 4 : Page 0 : Apr 2007

(Editor’s Note: This quarterly column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor Ronald Redmond. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic tec...

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The Digital-Titanium Herbst

Volume 45 : Number 5 : Page 263 : May 2011

(Editor's Note: This quarterly column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor Ronald Redmond. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic tec...

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3D-Printed Orthodontic Auxiliaries

Volume 49 : Number 5 : Page 337 : May 2015

This column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor W. Ronald Redmond, DDS, MS. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic technology every ...

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THE CUTTING EDGE

The Advantages of Offsite Backups

Volume 42 : Number 8 : Page 0 : Aug 2008

(Editor's Note: This quarterly column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor Ronald Redmond. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic tec...

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THE CUTTING EDGE

The Advantages of Paperless Operation

Volume 40 : Number 5 : Page 0 : May 2006

The significance of this month's Cutting Edge column lies in a recent confluence of events. First, our federal government has made it a priority for health-care information to become available online....

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THE CUTTING EDGE

In-Office Digital Study Models

Volume 45 : Number 7 : Page 385 : Jul 2011

This quarterly column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor W. Ronald Redmond, DDS, MS. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic technol...

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A Three-Dimensional Cephalometric Analysis

Volume 43 : Number 4 : Page 0 : Apr 2009

Around the middle of the 20th century, the profession of orthodontics made a giant leap forward. The standard records used for diagnosis and treatment planning were supplemented with cephalometric x-r...

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THE CUTTING EDGE

Establishing an All-Digital Office

Volume 39 : Number 2 : Page 81 : Feb 2005

This month's Cutting Edge column, by a frequent contributor, Dr. Robert Haeger, provides a step-by-step method for computerizing an orthodontic office. I can appreciate Dr. Haeger's formula better tha...

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Face Scanning and Digital Smile Design with an Intraoral Scanner

Volume 53 : Number 3 : Page 149 : Mar 2019

Dr. Giovanni Battista demonstrates how a digital setup and smile plan can be produced by importing intraoral scans into computer-aided design software, without the need for more expensive and invasive cone-beam computed tomography or facial scans.

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THE CUTTING EDGE

The iOC Intraoral Scanner and Invisalign: A New Paradigm

Volume 46 : Number 2 : Page 115 : Feb 2012

This quarterly column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor W. Ronald Redmond, DDS, MS. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic technol...

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3D-Printed Double-Wire Bracket for Anterior Alignment

Volume 51 : Number 7 : Page 377 : Jul 2017

This article describes the production of a fully customized, twin-wire lingual bracket using a 3D printer. Indirect-bonding jigs are printed along with the brackets. The resin material is strong enough to withstand orthodontic forces when two strands of wire are used; friction is minimized by forming the slot entrance as a clip.

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Comparative Study of Manual and Computerized Cephalometric Analyses

Volume 38 : Number 5 : Page 293 : May 2004

This month's Cutting Edge column caused me to reflect on my personal experience with "smart" diagnostic software. Over the years, as my practice became busier, I found myself occasionally delegating a...

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A New Method for Superimposition of CBCT Volumes

Volume 44 : Number 5 : Page 303 : May 2010

(Editor's Note: This quarterly column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor Ronald Redmond. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic tec...

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Securing Your Digital Data Against Computer Threats

Volume 43 : Number 6 : Page 0 : Jun 2009

(Editor 's Note: This quarterly column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor Ronald Redmond. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic te...

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A Synthetic Three-Dimensional Craniofacial Analysis

Volume 44 : Number 11 : Page 673 : Nov 2010

(Editor's Note: This quarterly column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor Ronald Redmond. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic tec...

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Long-Distance Orthodontic Treatment with Adjunctive Light Therapy

Volume 49 : Number 12 : Page 757 : Dec 2015

Orthodontists are constantly looking for ways to improve the ease of treatment, patient comfort, and "throughput". Prescription bonded brackets and nickel titanium wires are just two examples of these efforts. In our Cutting Edge column this month, Dr. Timothy Shaughnessy explores another trend in orthodontic treatment: accelerated orthodontics. During my five decades in the profession, various methods for speeding up treatment, including electrical stimulation and hormonal and chemical applications, have occasionally surfaced. None of these has gained widespread acceptance. Now gaining some traction, however, are both invasive procedures that stimulate the body's reparative process and noninvasive vibratory stimulation of the periodontal membrane.

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