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Whether you’re an early adopter or follow a more conservative approach, it’s an exciting time to be in orthodontics. Fueled by advances in AI and 3D-printing scalability, technology in our industry is evolving rapidly. Just 21 years ago, Align was pioneering sequential aligner treatment using refrigerator-sized SLA machines to make one arch at a time, …Read Column
Dr. Paul Sauget describes how he takes his experience practicing in the U.S. mainland to the island of Guam and delivers the quality he wants for his patients using the latest technology Dr. Paul Sauget is home again. In 2018, he set up practice in the U.S. Territory of Guam and could not be happier …Read Article
Drs. Tyler Orehek and Troy Roeder discuss the reasons for maintaining diligent air quality standards in the office Three years into the COVID-19 pandemic, most industries and professions have undergone significant long-term changes. As more Americans resume their lives, each with a different definition of normalcy, all industries must adapt. New safety protocols, guidance, and …Read CE Article
Drs. Ryan Robinson and Carly Jacobs discuss how myofunctional therapy can help in treating the root cause of some complicated dentitions to minimize relapse Introduction The history of myofunctional therapy in conjunction with orthodontic treatment dates to as early as 1906 with the publication of American orthodontist Alfred Rodgers’ “Living Orthodontic Appliance.” Rodgers presumed that …Read CE Article