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LF FUTURE conference

LightForce Orthodontics first user conference focuses on customer collaboration The LF FUTURE conference, June 25-26, 2021, was a compelling mix of industry experts, rising orthodontic stars, and the team behind the fastest growing company in the specialty. More than 100 orthodontists attended the first annual LightForce event at the headquarters in Burlington, Massachusetts, one of …

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The BRIUS System: independent tooth movement

Introducing the first orthodontic system providing independent tooth movement Orthodontist/physicist who invented BRIUS Dr. Mehdi Peikar, DDS, PhD, the inventor of BRIUS, created BRIUS to fix many of the issues he faced with the patients he was treating — namely, poor esthetics, long treatment time, and painful frequent visits for adjustments. Using his background in …

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Treatment of a Class II malocclusion with a TruEase™ fixed bite corrector: case report

Drs. Emad Hussein, Sari Amer, Khaled Qatawi, and Yazan Ashhab discuss a non-extraction option that overcomes compliance problems Introduction International epidemiologic studies suggest that there seems to be over 25% prevalence of Class II malocclusions.1-5 However, the number of patients attending our clinics with Class II malocclusion features appear to be higher than the numbers …

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Patients gain early rotation correction and improved torque control

Dr. Michael Bicknell discusses how harnessing advancements in technology can satisfy core values and lead to improved patient experiences, simplification of treatment, and improved clinical outcomes Introduction “Perception is reality” is a phrase that floats around in all areas of life. In today’s society, this holds even more weight due to the easy access to …

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The InBrace™ system: a new category of treatment

Dr. Hany Youssef discusses a new lingual braces system with increased efficiency and profitability Introduction A goal of orthodontic treatment is to achieve excellent treatment outcomes with optimal efficiency. Treatment efficiency may be measured by several different metrics such as chair time, doctor time, and overall treatment time. Often once treatment efficiency metrics are determined, …

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The McLaughlin Bennett 5.0 orthodontic appliance and archwire system

Dr. Richard McLaughlin discusses the updated system that promotes increased clinical efficiency Introduction Over the course of more than 40 years practicing orthodontics, I have worked with a number of orthodontic appliances, including the original Straight-Wire® Appliance (Ormco Corporation) developed by Dr. Larry Andrews. Most recently, working with Dr. John Bennett and the Forestadent Corporation …

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Superelastic archwire can achieve efficient movement and reduced trauma

Superelastic archwires have been commonly used in orthodontic practices for over 2 decades, and these archwires have been based primarily on nickel-titanium materials. These archwires are relatively uniform in their force delivery across the arch form, meaning that force levels are ideal for some teeth, but not for others. What do I mean by that? Just think about the periodontal ligament (PDL) surface area of a maxillary lateral incisor versus that of the maxillary first molar. The force needed to move a first molar is much greater than what is needed to produce similar movement of a lateral incisor. Current archwire technology results in appropriate force levels in some areas of the mouth, but not in others. This may be expressed in many ways, such as irregular progress in correcting malocclusion and a tendency for increased root resorption on susceptible teeth like maxillary lateral incisors.

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