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Volume 40 : Number 4 : Page 250 : Apr 2006
A variety of dental and skeletal conditions can exist within the dolichocephalic population. Figure 13A illustrates a patient with a severe open bite and an acceptable smile line in which the occlusal...
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Volume 32 : Number 7 : Page 0 : Jul 1998
Self-Organization as Practice Management The business and professional fields have been through so many management fads, it begins to appear that we are willing victims of a sect of management gurus w...
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Volume 17 : Number 4 : Page 221 : Apr 1983
Blueprint for Time ManagementIn a typical traditional orthodontic practice, the orthodontist spent almost all of his time working at the chair. As long as practices continued to grow, this arrangement...
Volume 49 : Number 9 : Page 597 : Sep 2015
Aggressive periodontitis involves rapid periodontal destruction in otherwise healthy individuals - generally younger patients, though older individuals may also be affected. If it is not diagnosed early and treated appropriately, generalized aggressive periodontitis can lead to early tooth loss. The clinical appearance and pattern of destruction may vary; the most common complaints are recently noticed flaring, progressive spacing, and mobility of the anterior teeth. Such an occurrence not only affects the patient's function and esthetics, but can also be detrimental to self-esteem.
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Volume 16 : Number 11 : Page 715 : Nov 1982
Is There an ''Art'' of Japanese Orthodontic Practice Management?In common with a great many other people, I have done a considerable amount of reading about what has come to be known as the art of Jap...
Volume 42 : Number 9 : Page 535 : Sep 2008
HANS PANCHERZ, DDS, OD, FCDS(Hon.)SABINE RUF, DDS, DMD 280 pages, 1,089 illustrations. $198. 2008. Quintessence Publishing Co., Inc.4350 Chandler DriveHanover Park, IL 60133(800) 621-0387www.quintpub....
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Volume 35 : Number 7 : Page 423 : Jul 2001
Do you mount models? About a quarter of the respondents reported that they routinely mounted models, while 44% said they mounted models occasionally. On the other hand, 35% indicated that they never m...
Volume 39 : Number 2 : Page 103 : Feb 2005
Autism was first described and named by Kanner in 1944.1 An organic disorder characterized by abnormalities in the brain, especially the limbic system and cerebellum, it is manifested in an impaired c...
Volume 33 : Number 10 : Page 0 : Oct 1999
A 52-year-old lawyer was referred by the speech therapy department in October 1997 due to his increasing difficulty in controlling extraneous movements of his tongue. The patient had been affected in...
Volume 57 : Number 6 : Page 327 : Jun 327
Dr. Bianca Lau, winner of the 2023 Eugene L. Gottlieb JCO Student of the Year award, presents a difficult case involving an ectopically erupting canine. Three premolars and a hopeless central incisor are extracted, and the impacted canine is moved into the incisor space.
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 55 : Number 8 : Page 463 : Aug 2021
Dr. Pelo and colleagues review the functions and wear duration of four different types of occlusal splints for use in “surgery first” cases. Two clinical cases demonstrate their approach to splint management, which allows them to treat even complex malocclusions.
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 39 : Number 3 : Page 152 : Mar 2005
MICHAEL ARVYSTAS, DMD248 pages. $99.95. 2003.Martin Dunitz, London, distributed byThieme New York333 Seventh Ave.New York, NY 10001(800) 782-3488; www.thieme.com Few orthodontic texts aim as high as t...
Volume 56 : Number 9 : Page 535 : Sep 2022
Rapid maxillary expansion sometimes produces an unwanted unilateral buccal crossbite. This Pearl uses functional turbos bonded to the lower molars to keep the mandible centered during palatal expansion, thus avoiding the development of a skeletal asymmetry.
Volume 32 : Number 5 : Page 0 : May 1998
A dilaceration is a deformity of a tooth due to a disturbance between the unmineralized and mineralized portions of a developing tooth germ.1 The dilaceration, which can occur in either the crown ...
Volume 47 : Number 6 : Page 365 : Jun 2013
Unilateral mandibular condylar hyperplasia is a self-limiting, pathological condition causing excessive growth of the affected condyle and significant dentofacial asymmetry, with unfavorable effects o...
Volume 34 : Number 12 : Page 709 : Dec 2000
This report presents a method of treatment of a palatally impacted permanent maxillary canine in association with an adjacent abnormal premolar root form that avoids the need for extraction or surgi...
Volume 37 : Number 2 : Page 75 : Feb 2003
This case report describes the successful management of a central giant cell granuloma (CGCG) and an associated displacement of a maxillary canine. Surgical Treatment A 12-year-old female initially pr...
Volume 54 : Number 8 : Page 473 : Aug 2020
This adult patient presented with a recurring cyst that had resulted in a severe asymmetrical occlusal deformity. Treatment involving rapid maxillary expansion, followed by asymmetrical orthodontic mechanics with intermaxillary elastics, achieves a functional occlusion and esthetic result.
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