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1991 JCO Orthodontic Practice Study, Part 2: Practice Success

Volume 25 : Number 12 : Page 0 : Dec 1991

Editor's note: Parts 1 and 3 of this series are published in the November 1991 and January 1992 issues of JCO.The distribution and methodology of this nationwide survey of practicing orthodontists wer...


2005 JCO Orthodontic Practice Study, Part 2: Practice Success

Volume 12 : Number 12 : Page 687 : Dec 2005

Last month's first installment in a series of reports on the 2005 JCO Orthodontic Practice Study (JCO, November 2005) described the overall trends in orthodontic economics and practice administration ...


2007 JCO Orthodontic Practice Study, Part 2: Practice Success

Volume 41 : Number 11 : Page 671 : Nov 2007

Last month, in the first of this series of articles on the 2007 JCO Orthodontic Practice Study, we discussed trends in the economics and administration of orthodontic offices since the initial biennia...


2009 JCO Orthodontic Practice Study, Part 4: Additional Breakdowns

Volume 44 : Number 1 : Page 0 : Jan 2010

This is the final installment in our four-part report on the 2009 JCO Orthodontic Practice Study. Previous articles have reported on trends in orthodontic economics and practice administration since t...


2011 JCO Orthodontic Practice Study, Part 2: Net Income

Volume 45 : Number 11 : Page 617 : Nov 2011

Last month, the first article in this four-part series described trends in economics and administration over the 30 years of JCO Orthodontic Practice Studies. Complete tables from the 2011 Practice St...



Preprosthetic Orthodontics in an Adult with Multiple Anterior Edentulous Spaces and Loss of Vertical Dimension

Volume 51 : Number 5 : Page 297 : May 2018

The authors show how a short phase of orthodontic therapy can prepare an adult with missing teeth for prosthetic rehabilitation. As this case illustrates, the treatment is aimed primarily at improving the patient’s esthetics, oral hygiene, and masticatory function.



Practice Promotion Methods and Orthopedic Appliances

Volume 33 : Number 7 : Page 389 : Jul 1999

Please rate the effectiveness of various meth­ods you have tried to increase the appeal of your practice and to distinguish it from others (effec­tive, somewhat effective, or ineffective). Saturday, e...




Volume 35 : Number 4 : Page 267 : Apr 2001

Have you treated any patients with the Invisalign System? More than a third of the respondents report­ed that they had treated patients with the Invisalign System, and many others indicated that they ...



Dr. William Proffit on the Present and Future of Orthodontics

Volume 42 : Number 12 : Page 0 : Dec 2008

DR. SHOAF There is a move today toward the use of more sophisticated technologies in diagnosis and treatment planning. Do you think the average solo orthodontist should be investing in three-dimension...


2018 Eugene L. Gottlieb JCO Student of the Year: Dr. Samaneh Mojarrad

Volume 52 : Number 4 : Page 240 : Apr 2018

The third JCO Student of the Year, hailing from the University of Pennsylvania, was selected by the editorial board over 21 other nominees in a two-stage, months-long competition. This Q&A details her life story, orthodontic education, clinical philosophy, and career goals.



Not a Time To Relax

Volume 17 : Number 7 : Page 439 : Jul 1983

Not a Time to RelaxOn the face of it, Bud Schulman's economic index reported in this issue seems fairly innocuous. The differences in the figures comparing orthodontic practice results in 1982 and 19...



Is It Wise to Advertise?

Volume 21 : Number 11 : Page 761 : Nov 1987

Is It Wise to Advertise?It has been 10 years since the Bates decision by the Supreme Court gave professionals permission to advertise. Advertising we have seen so far has run the gamut on TV and radio...


Holographic Storage of Dental Casts

Volume 24 : Number 5 : Page 0 : May 1990

The need to retain diagnostic dental casts for future reference has created storage problems for orthodontists. A more convenient and cost-effective means of recording and maintaining this information...


Huddle Up with Your Staff

Volume 26 : Number 3 : Page 0 : Mar 1992

This article is reprinted by permission from the Blair/McGill Advisory, August 1991. The monthly publication is available from Blair/McGill & Co., 4601 CharlottePark Drive, Suite 230, Charlotte, N...


Win-Win Staff Compensation

Volume 29 : Number 9 : Page 0 : Sep 1995

Today's orthodontist needs to compensate staff well to attract and keep high-quality employees on the team. Most orthodontic staff persons are women. Women are not working for extra income any more; t...



The Esthetic Economy

Volume 33 : Number 7 : Page 369 : Jul 1999

One of my greatest professional regrets is that I never designed and built an office specifically for my orthodontic practice. For the past 30 years, I have used an office I built and occupied as a ge...



How I Spent My Summer Vacation

Volume 41 : Number 7 : Page 0 : Jul 2007

From June 20-24, I had the great pleasure of attending my first Congress of the European Orthodontic Society (EOS). It was a distinct honor for me to have been invited, on behalf of JCO, as one of the...



40 Years of JCO Interviews

Volume 41 : Number 8 : Page 0 : Aug 2007

In last month's Editor's Corner, I highlighted the presentations of the other keynote speakers at the annual meeting of the European Orthodontic Society (EOS) in Berlin this past June. As I noted, bec...



Recognizing Clinical Excellence

Volume 50 : Number 3 : Page 0 : Mar 2016

We at JCO are proud to announce the winner of a new prize, the Eugene L. Gottlieb JCO Student of the Year Award, presented by American Orthodontics. The first recipient is Dr. Krystian Jarosz from Rutgers University, who distinguished himself in a wide field of competitors from orthodontic departments all over the country. He and the 11 other finalists are being profiled in installments on the JCO Facebook page, but Dr. Jarosz's interview appears in this issue as well, along with details of the selection process. We will also be honoring him during the upcoming AAO annual conference in Orlando, Florida. Suffice to say, the graduate orthodontic program at Rutgers has a lot to be proud of in Dr. Jarosz. Although his application and case materials were judged to be the "best" by my colleagues on the JCO editorial board, it was a very difficult decision to reach. It made me, as a senior clinician approaching the end of his career, thankful to see that the specialty is being inherited by such an excellent and worthy generation of upcoming clinicians.



Operating at Peak Efficiency

Volume 53 : Number 8 : Page 447 : Aug 2019

Over the years, my staff has always had to pester me to “Keep moving!” whenever I stop to talk to a patient or a parent about something other than orthodontics. Even if it may seem unproductive, howev...

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