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1. American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics July 2004, Vol. 126, No. 1
American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics Table of Contents for July 2004, Vol. 126, No. 1 http://www.mosby.com/scripts/om.dll/serve?db=c&id=od
Cephalometric variables predicting the long-term success or failure of combined rapid maxillary expansion and facial mask therapy
Comparison of orthodontic and orthopedic effects of a modified maxillary protractor between deciduous and early mixed dentitions
Determinants of successful chincup therapy in skeletal class III malocclusion
Do miniscrews remain stationary under orthodontic forces?
Computed tomography evaluation of temporomandibular joint alterations in patients with class II division 1 subdivision malocclusions: Condyle-fossa relationship
Nonnutritive sucking habits in Brazilian children: Effects on deciduous dentition and relationship with facial morphology
Hypersensitivity to metals in orthodontics
In vitro neuronal cytotoxicity of latex and nonlatex orthodontic elastics
Three-dimensional dental arch and palatal form changes after extraction and nonextraction treatment. Part 1. Arch length and area
Three-dimensional dental arch and palatal form changes after extraction and nonextraction treatment. Part 2. Palatal volume and height
Three-dimensional dental arch and palatal form changes after extraction and nonextraction treatment. Part 3. Transversal and sagittal palatal form
A new approach of assessing sagittal discrepancies: The Beta angle
Short Communications The relationship between occupational stress and job satisfaction in orthodontics
Force-deflection comparison of superelastic nickel-titanium archwires
Litigation, Legislation, and Ethics
In Memoriam Frank P. Bowyer, 1917-2004
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Directory: AAO Officers and Organizations Directory
Contents Editor's choice David L. Turpin, DDS, MSD
Readers' Forum Ask us Charles J. Ruff, DMD
Letters to the editor: Variation in torque expression Mark Cordato, BDS MDSc
Letters to the editor: Variation in torque expression: Authors' reply Christiana Gioka, DDS, Theodore Eliades, DDS, MS, Dr Med, PhD
Letters to the editor: The divine proportion Jay D. Decker, DDS, MSD
Letters to the editor: Invisalign and changing relationships Christine P. Ellis, DDS, MSD
Letters to the editor: Invisalign and changing relationships: Author's reply Timothy T. Wheeler, DMD, PhD http://www.mosby.com/scripts/om.dll/serve?article=as088954060400472x
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For those who are using the Canon Digital Rebel EOS-300D: Are you using it with the Canon 100mm Macro Lens (or similar) and Canon MR-14 EX Ringflash combination? Or is someone using it with the 18-55 zoom lens and the pop up flash? Other?: -----Please describe.
Dear Dr Togrye,
I learned a technique from Dr John Mew in England that I have found most useful for the occasional removable appliance screw that does not hold.
Gary Hirsh,DDS, MS
I gather you are using a ring flash. Perhaps you could up the power on the flash a notch and sometimes two notches for the mirror shots.
I presume you are using a flash - preferably a ringflash. If so, try taking all your intraoral shots WITHOUT your dental light (i.e. using the camera's flash only). You may/will find this to be the answer to your problem.
For the Fuji 602 camera, try 100/f-8. npandis
I use a Fuji S-1 Pro (an SLR digital). I also had trouble with dark occlusal photos, so I just started trying different F-stop settings. Ended up using F 5.6 and ISO 125 for optimum occlusal photos. Hope this helps.
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