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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The State of the Specialty

Volume 48 : Number 10 : Page 597 : Oct 2014

Every time I attend the AAO Annual Session or one of the regional orthodontic society meetings, I make a point of informally surveying JCO readers. While we do have more structured means of keeping ou...

142.

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The Evolution of Invisalign

Volume 51 : Number 2 : Page 0 : Feb 2017

I think it's safe to say that few orthodontic innovations since the advent of preprogrammed, "straightwire" brackets have had as much impact on the specialty as Invisalign has. Right from the outset, it seemed that there were two opposing camps within orthodontics regarding the future of clear aligners. On one side, there were those who wanted no part of a product they saw as threatening to their livelihood. On the other, there were many who were enthusiastic about the potential of so-called "braceless orthodontics". The ability to move teeth without visible fixed appliances has always had tremendous patient appeal. Indeed, this very appeal had led to the development of lingual braces, removable appliances such as Crozats and positioners, and various sorts of vacuum-formed "aligners". Two decades ago, we were already witnessing a substantial increase in the demand for adult orthodontics. That demand virtually exploded with the advent of Invisalign.

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Volume 11 : Number 1 : Page 9 : Jan 1977

Probably the greatest way to avoid malpractice suits is to think twice before suing for payment of an overdue bill or placing the account in the hands of a credit agency which may bring suit. However,...

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BOOK REVIEWS

Mini-Implants and Their Clinical Applications: The Aarhus Experience

Volume 48 : Number 5 : Page 316 : May 2014

BIRTE MELSEN, DDS, DOCARLALBERTA VERNA, DDS, PHDCESARE LUZI, DDS, MSC Available in English and Italian.104 pages, 448 color illustrations. 70 euros. 2014.Edizioni Martina, Via A.P. Orlandi, 24, 40139 ...

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Staff Selection and Training

Volume 24 : Number 3 : Page 0 : Mar 1990

Many orthodontic practices throughout the country have enlarged their staffs to increase productivity. Staff selection and training have thus become major issues. Spending the weeks and months necessa...

146.

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The Essence of an Expert

Volume 48 : Number 9 : Page 529 : Sep 2014

It seems to come as a surprise to many orthodontic students and recent graduates that there may be some disagreement regarding the best ways--and times--to treat the wide variety of malocclusions that...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The Question of Friction

Volume 44 : Number 5 : Page 281 : May 2010

Friction in orthodontic biomechanics is a complicated matter. While Webster's Dictionary defines friction simply as "the force that resists relative motion between two bodies in contact", this definit...

148.

MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

Finding a Successful Associate to Fit Your Office

Volume 51 : Number 2 : Page 71 : Feb 2018

Dr. Haeger and Ms. White present checklists for establishing expectations and formulating interview questions when hiring an associate. Clarifying the details of agreements regarding clinical behavior, office relationships, and compensation will help prevent misunderstandings and provide the best opportunity for long-term success.

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Finding a Successful Associate to Fit Your Office

Volume 51 : Number 2 : Page 71 : Aug 2018

Dr. Haeger and Ms. White present checklists for establishing expectations and formulating interview questions when hiring an associate. Clarifying the details of agreements regarding clinical behavior, office relationships, and compensation will help prevent misunderstandings and provide the best opportunity for long-term success.

150.

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

A Profile in Courage

Volume 46 : Number 2 : Page 69 : Feb 2012

The annual Damon Forum covers much more than the Damon appliance system and treatment philosophy--it's billed by its sponsor, Ormco, as "the nation's largest privately sponsored orthodontic event". Of...

151.

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Expanding Our Roster

Volume 51 : Number 5 : Page 255 : May 2018

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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MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

Ask An Expert: Employment Law Ramifications of Monetary Bonuses and Gifts

Volume 56 : Number 6 : Page 364 : Jun 2022

In this installment of Ask an Expert, a noted labor lawyer responds to questions regarding bonus payments to staff members. The difference between discretionary and nondiscretionary bonuses is covered, and issues related to cash payments and partial bonuses are discussed.

153.

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Some Thoughts About Firing

Volume 33 : Number 5 : Page 257 : May 1999

One of my first and best friends in orthodontics was Henry Hulan, who to this day remains a valuable col­league and the source of much of my professional knowl­edge. The summer I entered Baylor's orth...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Volume 1 : Number 4 : Page 139 : Dec 1967

JPO is honored this month with the beginning of what will come to be known as The Tweed Interview. One cannot overestimate what Dr. Tweed means to orthodontics. With a liberal helping of the pioneerin...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Volume 2 : Number 8 : Page 0 : Oct 1968

I must tell you a story about Harry Bull. At a luncheon meeting some time ago, I was pleased to find myself seated next to Dr. Bull. I have rarely enjoyed one of those things more. At the time, I was ...

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THE READERS' CORNER

50 Years of JCO

Volume 51 : Number 9 : Page 615 : Sep 2017

(Editor’s Note: The Readers’ Corner is a regular feature of JCO in which orthodontists share their experiences and opinions about treatment and practice management. Questions are sent periodically to ...

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RISK MANAGEMENT

Volume 28 : Number 7 : Page 0 : Jul 1994

What criteria should be considered in accepting patients into orthodontic care? Once patients are under treatment, how can they be terminated for non-cooperation or for non-payment of fees?There are m...

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MANAGEMENT & MARKETING

Hire Smart to Prevent Embezzlement Loss

Volume 37 : Number 7 : Page 373 : Jul 2003

Hiring and firing employees is a fact of life for any business, including orthodontic practices. Hiring smartly and firing well reduces costs, not only financially, but emotionally. By using time-test...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Seeking Facial Harmony

Volume 41 : Number 2 : Page 0 : Feb 2007

Like many other orthodontists before and after me, I have become intrigued with the idea of assessing, quantifying, and measuring facial esthetics in hopes of coming to grips with the psychological co...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Beginning with the End in Mind

Volume 41 : Number 3 : Page 0 : Mar 2007

A phrase I have heard quoted repeatedly in widely divergent venues, from high-school commencement ceremonies to self-help seminars to lectures on orthodontic biomechanics, is this: "Begin with the end...

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