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Bending Properties of Superelastic Nickel Titanium Archwires

Volume 42 : Number 10 : Page 581 : Oct 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.) Nickel titanium all...

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Guidelines for Success in Placement of Orthodontic Mini-Implants

Volume 43 : Number 1 : Page 0 : Jan 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.) Various skeletal an...

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The Influence of Drugs and Systemic Factors on Orthodontic Tooth Movement

Volume 41 : Number 2 : Page 0 : Feb 2007

Orthodontic tooth movement is induced by the prolonged application of controlled mechanical forces, which create pressure and tension zones in the periodontal ligament and alveolar bone, causing a rem...

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Evidence-Based Considerations for Determining Appointment Intervals

Volume 45 : Number 7 : Page 379 : Jul 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 century ago, when...

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Bisphosphonate Therapy and Orthodontics: Implications for Postmenopausal Women

Volume 56 : Number 3 : Page 175 : Mar 2022

Older women on bisphosphonate therapy are increasingly seeking orthodontic treatment. The authors review current evidence regarding the biological characteristics of postmenopausal women and the potential effects of BPs on tooth movement. Recommendations are provided for managing such patients.

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Indications and Management Protocol for the Use of Splints with the "Surgery First" Approach

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.

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Effects of Bisphosphonates on Orthodontic Treatment and the TMJ: A Systematic Review

Volume 51 : Number 8 : Page 471 : Aug 2017

This review of 34 published articles was designed to help clinicians predict orthodontic treatment outcomes and condylar changes in patients who have taken bisphosphonates. Effects of the drug on bone turnover, tooth movement, root resorption, and endochondral growth of the condyles are examined, and clinical recommendations are made.

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Autotransplantation: Team Development and Treatment Protocol for Enhanced Success

Volume 58 : Number 2 : Page 99 : Feb 2024

In this comprehensive review, Dr. Christensen summarizes the advantages of autotransplantation as an option for patients with missing or compromised teeth. Roles of the multidisciplinary team are discussed, and a typical treatment sequence is illustrated by a sample case.

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Evidence for the Efficacy of Various Methods of Treating White-Spot Lesions after Debonding of Fixed Orthodontic Appliances

Volume 37 : Number 1 : Page 19 : Jan 2003

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

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Orthodontic Management of Patients with Cleft Lip and Palate: Phase I Treatment

Volume 58 : Number 4 : Page 243 : Apr 2024

Drs. Lowe, Schuster, Oberoi, and Zinn present a timeline for multidisciplinary management of patients with cleft lip and palate, focusing on current clinical guidelines for alveolar bone grafts and for Phase I orthodontic treatment in the mixed dentition.

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The T-Zone: Median vs. Paramedian Insertion of Palatal Mini-Implants

Volume 50 : Number 9 : Page 0 : Sep 2016

(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.) Mini-implants have be...

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Predictability of Orthodontic Forced Eruption in Developing an Implant Site: A Systematic Review

Volume 50 : Number 8 : Page 0 : Aug 2016

(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 teeth with a hope...

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Clinical Applications of Predictable Force Systems, Part 1: One-Couple and Two-Couple Systems

Volume 49 : Number 3 : Page 173 : Mar 2015

(Authors' Note: Dr. Charles Burstone, one of the great minds in orthodontic history, dedicated his life to advancing our specialty through academics and research. His life's work, and most notably his...

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Clinical Applications of Predictable Force Systems, Part 2: Miniscrew Anchorage

Volume 49 : Number 4 : Page 229 : Apr 2015

(Authors' Note: Dr. Charles Burstone, one of the great minds in orthodontic history, dedicated his life to advancing our specialty through academics and research. His life's work, and most notably his...

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Frictional Resistance in Ceramic and Metal Brackets

Volume 38 : Number 1 : Page 35 : Jan 2004

Friction is the force that acts tangentially at the surface of two moving objects in contact. Static friction is the force required to initiate movement, whereas kinetic friction is the force needed t...

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Passive and Active Overlay Systems

Volume 38 : Number 12 : Page 673 : Dec 2004

Fixed orthodontic biomechanical systems can be classified as statically determinate or statically indeterminate. In a statically determinate system, the archwire is inserted into the slot of only one ...

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The Eight Components of a Balanced Smile

Volume 39 : Number 3 : Page 155 : Mar 2005

In orthodontic treatment, esthetics has traditionally been associated with profile enhancement. Both the Angle classification of malocclusion and the cephalometric analysis have focused attention on t...

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Orthodontic Diagnosis of Nasopharyngeal Obstruction

Volume 39 : Number 6 : Page 371 : Jun 2005

Nasal breathing is the first physiological function developed at birth. Responsible for the processes of air conditioning--warming, humidification, and filtering--it serves as protection for the respi...

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Obstructive Sleep Apnea and the Orthodontist

Volume 56 : Number 1 : Page 9 : Jan 2022

Dr. Louis Chmura provides a comprehensive review of current diagnosis and treatment procedures for patients with sleeping disorders. Topics include medical and behavioral protocols, orthodontic screening, oral appliances, and the effects of mandibular anterior positioning, transverse expansion, extractions, and orthognathic surgery.

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Development of Orthodontic Micro-Implants for Intraoral Anchorage

Volume 6 : Number 6 : Page 321 : Jun 2003

Successful orthodontic treatment has always required intraoral anchorage with a high resistance to displacement. Extraoral traction can be an effective reinforcement, but demands exceptional patient c...

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