In-vitro study of the effect of casein phosphopeptide amorphous calcium fluoride phosphate on iatrogenic damage to enamel during orthodontic adhesive removal

Apr 11, 2017 by in Orthodontics Comments Off on In-vitro study of the effect of casein phosphopeptide amorphous calcium fluoride phosphate on iatrogenic damage to enamel during orthodontic adhesive removal

Introduction White-spot lesions (WSL) might be susceptible to mechanical damage during orthodontic bracket and adhesive removal. The aims of this in-vitro study were to investigate enamel loss on bracket and…

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Inappropriate liaisons

Apr 11, 2017 by in Orthodontics Comments Off on Inappropriate liaisons

Your last new patient of the day is wearing a full set of ceramic appliances to address a crowded malocclusion. She began treatment at another local practice but became suspicious…

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Maxillary position

Apr 11, 2017 by in Orthodontics Comments Off on Maxillary position

Since the days of Edward Angle, many clinicians have accepted that Class II malocclusion is the consequence of a protruded maxilla and a retruded mandible; the late Bob Moyers was…

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Residents’ journal review

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Alveolar bone repair Nampo T, Watahiki J, Enomoto A, Taguchi T, Ono M, Nakano H, et al. A new method for alveolar bone repair using extracted teeth for the graft material….

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Author’s response

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We thank Dr Mew for his letter regarding our article. The purpose of our retrospective study was to investigate the esthetic changes to the profile after headgear use in growing…

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Author’s response

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We appreciate the interest regarding our article. We are glad to clarify these points for the readers of the AJO-DO . The letter stated that dental development is a multifactorial…

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Authors’ response

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Orthodontics and classical Newtonian mechanics both deal with forces, but the targets to which the forces are delivered differ substantially. The specialized mechanics we use in orthodontics is called “biomechanics”…

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Create realistic objectives

Apr 11, 2017 by in Orthodontics Comments Off on Create realistic objectives

The first step in planning orthodontic therapy is to establish treatment objectives. It is impossible to achieve the correct end result if the appropriate goals or objectives have not been…

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Online only abstracts

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Influence of root parallelism on the stability of extraction-site closures Kelly Chiqueto, Guilherme Janson, Carina Thaís de Almeida, Juliana Moura Storniolo, Sérgio Estelita Barros, and José Fernando Castanha Henriques. Am…

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The apple of Sir Isaac Newton

Apr 11, 2017 by in Orthodontics Comments Off on The apple of Sir Isaac Newton

The recent article by Xu et al that examined the effectiveness of the popular straight-wire appliance system (SWA) for space closure after tooth extraction is very important. Surveys suggest that…

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