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The Lingual Frenum

Volume 43 : Number 9 : Page 0 : Sep 2009

(Editor's Note: In this quarterly column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) A frenum is a small...

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Hybrid Aligner Treatment

Volume 57 : Number 1 : Page 9 : Jan 2023

Hybrid aligner mechanics utilize the advantages of clear aligners while accounting for their limitations in producing certain tooth movements. Drs. Kravitz, Miller, Bowman, and Wilmes review applications of clear aligners in combination with fixed appliances, laboratory-fabricated devices, and various auxiliaries.

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A Current Review of Asymmetry

Volume 52 : Number 0 : Page 325 : Jun 2018

Drs. Veeranki, Park, Pruzansky, Takagi, and Tai present up-to-date information pertinent to the identification and quantification of facial asymmetry. Etiological factors, pathogenesis, diagnostic methods, treatment planning, and surgical options are all illustrated with tables and clinical examples.

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Intraoral Digital Scanners

Volume 48 : Number 6 : Page 337 : Jun 2014

(Editor's Note: In this regular column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) The replacement of al...

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Sterilization and Instrument Compatibility in a Digital World

Volume 46 : Number 9 : Page 563 : Sep 2012

(Editor's Note: In this regular column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.)In today's environment...

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Surgical Uprighting of Lower Second Molars

Volume 50 : Number 1 : Page 33 : Jan 2016

Orthodontic correction of impacted lower second molars is challenging due to the limited access. Both nonsurgical and surgical treatment options have been reported. If the impacted molar is submerged deep below the soft tissue, surgical uprighting provides a safe and efficient solution with minimal tooth morbidity and a good long-term prognosis. Although the technique is most commonly applied to mesially angulated lower second molars, it can be used on other impacted teeth that have limited access or have failed to respond to standard bracket-and-chain methods.

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Esthetic Optimization of Surgical-Orthodontic Treatment

Volume 57 : Number 11 : Page 645 : Nov 2023

With today’s virtual surgical planning, the orthodontic-orthognathic team can visualize the bone morphology relative to the soft tissues. In this Overview, Drs. Parsaei and Steinbacher provide a framework that can help achieve the best functional and esthetic results.

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Mini-Implants: Where Are We?

Volume 39 : Number 9 : Page 539 : Sep 2005

Although skeletal anchorage is here to stay in orthodontics, there are still many unanswered questions.1 This article will describe the development of skeletal anchorage and provide an overview of the...

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Self-Ligating Brackets: An Update

Volume 46 : Number 4 : Page 235 : Apr 2012

(Editor's Note: In this quarterly column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and Suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) Self-ligating brack...

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Compounded Topical Anesthetics in Orthodontics

Volume 49 : Number 6 : Page 371 : Jun 2015

(Editor's Note: In this regular column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) Compounded topical an...

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Clinical Photography in the Orthodontic Office

Volume 45 : Number 10 : Page 569 : Oct 2011

(Editor's Note: In this quarterly column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) Clinical photograph...

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Three-Dimensional Printing Technology

Volume 48 : Number 8 : Page 475 : Aug 2014

(Editor's Note: In this regular column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) Recent advances in in...

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Upper-Molar Distalization and the Distal Jet

Volume 50 : Number 3 : Page 0 : Mar 2016

Can upper molars really be distalized? This elusive query comes up whenever the topic of Class II correction is raised, yet no conclusion seemingly achieves a consensus. At least, we periodically pretend not to comprehend how correction occurs (despite the substantial number of clinical and research reports on the subject) so as to promote methods that may be in current favor. The idea that the maxilla or the maxillary dentition can be moved posteriorly to resolve a Class II malocclusion is perhaps one of the oldest and least understood concepts in orthodontics. The application of some type of pushing force against the upper arch and teeth to correct a Class II has obviously worked well enough during the past 100 years of orthodontics to perpetuate the "orthopedic" side of the specialty. The term distalization is a neologism, made up in recent years for our convenience. But while it may be an example of "bad" English, it might still be good orthodontic practice. To address whether upper molars can really be distalized, we need to address how contemporary distalization methods do what they do.

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Self-Ligating Appliances: Evolution or Revolution?

Volume 42 : Number 11 : Page 0 : Nov 2008

(Editor's Note: In this quarterly column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) Since the earliest ...

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Extraction Treatment, Part 2: Guidelines for Making the Extraction Decision

Volume 49 : Number 1 : Page 29 : Jan 2015

(Editor's Note: In this regular column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) In the first part of ...

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Anatomical Guidelines for Miniscrew Insertion: Palatal Sites

Volume 45 : Number 8 : Page 433 : Aug 2011

(Editor's Note: In this quarterly column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.)A previous Overview ...

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Clinical Considerations in Patients at High Risk for Root Resorption

Volume 55 : Number 4 : Page 207 : Apr 2021

Drs. Al-Awadhi and Finan list patient-related risk factors for root resorption and review evidence-based recommendations from the literature for avoiding orthodontically induced resorption. Appliance choices, types of tooth movement, force application, duration of treatment, and extractions are covered.

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Interarch Maxillary Molar Distalization Appliances for Class II Correction

Volume 42 : Number 1 : Page 35 : Jan 2008

Class II malocclusion, which affects approximately one-third of patients seeking orthodontic treatment, often reflects both dental and skeletal deviations from the norm.1-3 Because it frequently invol...

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Anatomical Guidelines for Miniscrew Insertion: Vestibular Interradicular Sites

Volume 45 : Number 3 : Page 165 : Mar 2011

(Editor's Note: In this quarterly column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) Studies and case re...

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Extraction Treatment, Part 1: The Extraction vs. Nonextraction Debate

Volume 48 : Number 12 : Page 753 : Dec 2014

(Editor's Note: In this regular column, JCO provides an overview of a clinical topic of interest to orthodontists. Contributions and suggestions for future subjects are welcome.) For at least the past...

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