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OVERVIEW

A Modified Monobloc for Treatment of Young Children with Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Volume 38 : Number 4 : Page 241 : Apr 2004

Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) is a common chronic disorder of sleep and breathing characterized by intermittent upper airway obstruction during sleep.1 It has a number of harmful effects, including ex...

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Physical and Mechanical Properties Affecting Torque Control

Volume 38 : Number 6 : Page 335 : Jun 2004

Third-order control is critically important during orthodontic treatment to optimize root angulations so that the long axes are centered in the alveolar trough. A torquing force can currently be appli...

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Cone-Beam Volumetric Imaging: A Two-Minute Drill

Volume 44 : Number 4 : Page 253 : Apr 2010

Cone-beam volumetric imaging (CBVI), also called cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), has been used in dentistry since 1998.1,2 The images it produces are not improved digital images, but true three-...

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Palatal and Mandibular Miniscrew Implant Placement Techniques

Volume 47 : Number 12 : Page 737 : Dec 2013

Miniscrew implants (MSIs) have revolutionized orthodontics by broadening the spectrum of potential dental movements and opening new possibilities for dentofacial orthopedics. Although treatment with M...

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OVERVIEW

Intra-Arch Maxillary Molar Distalization Appliances for Class II Correction

Volume 38 : Number 9 : Page 505 : Sep 2004

About a third of all orthodontic patients are treated for Class II malocclusions.1,2 These patients represent a heterogeneous population, with many different etiologies accounting for similar intraora...

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OVERVIEW

Differences in Skeletal Class II Diagnosis Using Various Cephalometric Analyses

Volume 42 : Number 7 : Page 389 : Jul 2008

Cephalometric analysis plays an important role in orthodontic diagnosis and treatment; over the past half-century, increasingly comprehensive and accurate cephalometric systems have been developed. Ov...

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COMMENTARY Overview: Intraoral Digital Scanners

NEAL D. KRAVITZ, CHRISTIAN GROTH, PERRY E. JONES, JOHN W. GRAHAM, W. RONALD REDMOND Jun. 2014

Volume 51 : Number 9 : Page 622 : Sep 2017

Only three years have passed since this Overview on intraoral digital scanners was published, but orthodontic technology has changed considerably since then. The work of Dr. Neal Kravitz and colleague...

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Clinical Overview of InBrace Generation 2.0

Volume 57 : Number 7 : Page 376 : Jul 2023

Dr. Weissheimer and colleagues describe recent modifications and improvements to the original lingual InBrace system, including a redesigned bracket and a new Smartwire with lockets for nonsliding mechanics. The digital workflow is summarized, and a typical case is presented.

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OVERVIEW Bonding in Today's Orthodontic Practice

Volume 40 : Number 6 : Page 0 : Jun 2006

Over the past three and a half decades, orthodontists have progressed from attaching brittle plastic brackets with weak, messy, odiferous powder/liquid methyl methacrylate cements1 to bonding sturdy, ...

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OVERVIEW Orthodontic Retention and Stability: A Clinical Perspective

Volume 41 : Number 3 : Page 0 : Mar 2007

Our concerns about the stability of orthodontic treatment still seem to be the same as those expressed by Calvin Case in 1920: "If there is one part of orthodontia more than another that is absolutely...

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OVERVIEW Guidelines for Contemporary Air-Rotor Stripping

Volume 41 : Number 6 : Page 0 : Jun 2007

Air-rotor stripping (ARS) was first described more than 20 years ago in this journal as an alternative to extraction or expansion in borderline cases.1 Since then, further studies have indicated that ...

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OVERVIEW Sleep Disorders and Oral Appliances: What Every Orthodontist Should Know

Volume 40 : Number 12 : Page 0 : Dec 2006

The American Academy of Sleep Medicine recognizes many sleep disorders, including insomnia, somnambulism, narcolepsy, and periodic leg movements. The two main sleep disorders that can be treated with ...

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ALIGNER CORNER

Clear Aligner Therapy: An Overview

Volume 52 : Number 12 : Page 665 : Dec 2018

In this special Aligner Corner, Dr. William Gierie compares the major players in the exploding clear aligner industry. Tables list the available treatment options, materials, auxiliaries, software platforms, submission and delivery procedures, and costs for various companies.

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BOOK REVIEWS

Sleep Medicine for Dentists: An Evidence-Based Overview

Volume 54 : Number 6 : Page 350 : Jun 2020

GILLES J. LAVIGNE, DMD, PhD, FRCD, FACD, FCAHS, OC, EditorPETER A. CISTULLI, MD, PhD, MBA, FRACP, FCCP, ATSF, EditorMICHAEL T. SMITH, PhD, DBSM, Editor 224 pages, $78. 2020.Quintessence Publishing Co....

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The Fascination of the Class II

Volume 38 : Number 9 : Page 469 : Sep 2004

The Class II malocclusion, in all its permutations, seems to hold a special interest for orthodontists, whether they are in private practice or academics. It is a rare month when we at JCO do not rece...

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ORTHODONTIC OFFICE DESIGN

Volume 1 : Number 10 : Page 42 : Aug 2019

The high cost of remodeling, building, and keeping up with technology has an impact on how much you can afford to pay for an orthodontic practice. This section includes four articles. The first articl...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

Skeletal Anchorage in the Mainstream

Volume 47 : Number 12 : Page 701 : Dec 2013

The use of skeletal anchors--variously known as temporary anchorage devices (TADs) or miniscrew implants (MSIs)--has revolutionized the concept of orthodontic anchorage compared to the precepts of a g...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The Next Steps with CBVI

Volume 44 : Number 4 : Page 213 : Apr 2010

Cone-beam volumetric imaging (CBVI), also called cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), represents a revolution in orthodontic diagnostics of the same magnitude as the advent of cephalometric radiograp...

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THE EDITOR'S CORNER

The Orthodontist and Obstructive Sleep Apnea

Volume 56 : Number 1 : Page 8 : Jan 2022

Over the past quarter-century or so, obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) treatment has become a more and more integral part of routine orthodontic practice. Prior to that, little was mentioned about sleep d...

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BOOK REVIEWS

Contemporary Orthodontics

Volume 37 : Number 5 : Page 257 : May 2003

WILLIAM R. PROFFIT, DDS, PHDHENRY W. FIELDS, JR., DDS, MS, MSD3rd edition. 742 pages, 1,817 illustrations. $92. 2000.Mosby11830 Westline Industrial DriveSt. Louis, MO 63146(800) 325-4177; www.harcourt...

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