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CASE REPORT

Nonsurgical Management of a Severe Atypical Class II Using Miniscrew Anchorage, Transpalatal Arch, and Intrusion Arch

Volume 57 : Number 4 : Page 237 : Apr 2023

Dr. Venugopal and colleagues highlight orthodontic mechanics for simultaneous incisor retraction and intrusion in a high-angle patient with a protrusive profile. Skeletal anchorage is employed for vertical control during retraction of both arches, followed by placement of a maxillary intrusion arch.

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CASE REPORT

Management of a Transmigrant Lower Canine without Skeletal Anchorage in a Growing Class II Patient

Volume 57 : Number 9 : Page 537 : Sep 2023

Forced eruption of a transmigrant ectopic canine is performed using a lower lingual holding arch with a cantilever arm. The closed elastic traction is activated distally and labially, away from the roots of the lower incisors, to avoid resorption.

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Back to the Future

Volume 20 : Number 1 : Page 0 : Jan 1986

Back to the FutureHad orthodontists been able to read Peter Drucker's latest book, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, 20 years ago, they would not have been surprised by the so-called innovations we are...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The Real Thing

Volume 19 : Number 9 : Page 617 : Sep 1985

The Real Thing The marketing world--indeed the world--was shocked recently by the announcement that the Coca-Cola Company, after four and a half years of market research, was changing the 99-year-old ...

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COMMENTARY Orthodontic Office Design: Creating Your Next Office

WARREN HAMULA, BRIAN BUCHER Dec. 2000

Volume 51 : Number 9 : Page 584 : Sep 2017

Form follows function: an apt phrase to describe the most basic principle in determining the important elements of a successful facility design. An appreciation of the impact of office layout on workf...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Market the Service and Manage the Process

Volume 24 : Number 9 : Page 0 : Sep 1990

Market the Service and Manage the Process There is a distinction between the results of the orthodontic service and the process by which they are achieved; orthodontists' training is strong on product...

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Orthodontic Financial Analysis - 1987

Volume 22 : Number 7 : Page 0 : Jul 1988

Compared to previous years, profitability declined in all dental specialties except one (periodontics) during 1987. The percentage of decline is slowing, but the trend is unmistakable and gives us cau...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

How Vicious Can the Cycle Be?

Volume 17 : Number 6 : Page 367 : Jun 1983

How Vicious Can the Cycle Be?The most important change agents in the future of orthodontics may well be the advertising dental franchises, the advertising retail chain store clinics, and the advertisi...

249.

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Volume 13 : Number 12 : Page 793 : Dec 1979

We have reached the end of a decade which has been an extension of the Sixties, in which we began to lose our bearings in the economic and social areas, while developing unusual sophistication in tech...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Diagnose or Die

Volume 17 : Number 11 : Page 727 : Nov 1983

Diagnose or DieIn an effort to build up their management, marketing, and treatment procedures, many orthodontists are neglecting the cornerstone of the building, which is diagnosis. A great many ortho...

251.

THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Delivering a Positive Message

Volume 49 : Number 12 : Page 741 : Dec 2015

In this issue of JCO, we present the third and final installment of our series on the 2015 JCO Orthodontic Practice Study. It seems fitting, as I write this during the holiday season, to proclaim some glad tidings. The good news is a marked rise in the percentages of practices reporting increases in both case starts and gross income compared to the previous year - even higher than respondents to the 2013 Study had predicted, reaching a level of growth we have not seen since the 2001 Study.

252.

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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Orthodontic Practice Audit

Volume 24 : Number 10 : Page 0 : Oct 1990

Every orthodontist, either alone or with a practice consultant, should x-ray the practice to determine its strengths and its weaknesses, and to plan to make any changes indicated by the practice audit...

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JCO INTERVIEWS

Dr. Eugene L. Gottlieb on 40 Years of JCO

Volume 41 : Number 9 : Page 489 : Sep 2007

DR. KEIM Gene, over the last 40 years, JCO has gone from a small, relatively obscure publication to one of the most widely circulated orthodontic journals in the world today. You must be very gratifie...

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JCO ROUNDTABLE

Women in Orthodontics

Volume 38 : Number 12 : Page 661 : Dec 2004

Editor's Note: The first organized luncheon for women in the AAO was held at the 2003 annual session in Hawaii. This Roundtable is a subsequent discussion among the six speakers at that event. JCO The...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Volume 14 : Number 6 : Page 369 : Jun 1980

There is a thesis that, for a variety of reasons--including the personality of people who make good students, the selection of good students by professional schools, and the nature of the professional...

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Index to Volume LI

Volume 51 : Number 12 : Page 827 : Dec 2017

2017 Author Index* *Articles with five or more authors are listed under only the first author's name because of space constraints. AGARWAL, K., KANT, A., SINGH, K., and KULSHRESTHA, R., Changes in the...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The Sun Also Rises

Volume 20 : Number 8 : Page 0 : Aug 1986

The Sun Also RisesA great many orthodontists have accepted a number of ideas that are not only untrue, but that may jeopardize the health of their practices. These are practice myths that need to be p...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

A Question of Style

Volume 21 : Number 8 : Page 493 : Aug 1987

A Question of StyleIn a fictional article that appeared in Harvard Business Review in 1960, Abram Collier postulated a family-owned textile firm--Wickersham Mills--whose founder had just died. A stock...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Cottage Industry or Brave New World?

Volume 46 : Number 3 : Page 137 : Mar 2012

I recently began the rather onerous task of spring cleaning in my academic office--something I do at least every other decade, whether the office needs it or not. As I dug through piles of aging print...

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