Orthodontic Concepts

Maxillary molar anchorage preservation

Drs. Larry W. White and Francesca Scilla Smith discuss a technique for maxillary molar anchorage preservation Maxillary molar anchorage has perplexed orthodontists since the beginning of premolar extraction therapies. Every clinician knows from sad experience that maxillary molars easily displace and rotate mesially when challenged with mesial space and force. Obvious and early remedies — …

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Five reasons orthodontics will return to the specialty arena

Dr. Jeffrey Miller shares his insights on how orthodontists can bring more value to the specialty Today more than ever, orthodontists are concerned about the future of their specialty. Although do-it-yourself orthodontics is not new, more technology-savvy companies are reintroducing “DIY” with a precepted sophistication alternative to orthodontic treatment. With the oversimplified promotion of orthodontics …

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“Primum non nocere”

Drs. Donald J. Rinchuse, Dara L. Rinchuse, and Mr. Donald N. Rinchuse discuss the safety and health of patients, orthodontists, and staff during the COVID-19 crisis Abstract This article explores the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on orthodontic practice. It reports on the current public health and evidence-based medical and scientific news related to the …

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The reality of virtual orthodontics

Dr. Christopher Cosse discusses a novelty that is becoming a necessity On the day that this is being written, April 11, 2020, the whole country is on lockdown. Stay-at-home orders have been issued in almost every state. The country is experiencing the COVID-19 virus. At this time, orthodontists really don’t know when it is safe …

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The etiology of malocclusion and the “scientific method”

Dr. John L. Hayes discusses the importance of discovering the why before treatment Abstract The “scientific method” was promoted by Francis Bacon (1561-1626) as a way to help move the society of his day away from old beliefs and superstitions. He believed that nothing was discovered without the scientific method and that scientists attempt to …

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Alveolar bone augmentation through orthodontic tooth movement: a case report

Editor’s intro: Dr. Donald J. Rinchuse shows two patients who benefitted from insights from orthodontic literature. See their progress here. Dr. Donald J. Rinchuse shows how evidence-based literature helped guide his treatment plan An 11-year 7-month old female presented for an orthodontic consultation with a Class II malocclusion and all four second bicuspids extracted as …

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