Topics of the day:
1. Re: pharmacological agents and orthodontic tooth movement
Hi, Pl. look up AJO-DO August Issue- Readers' Forum Elie Amm vs Shannon & Nanda. The back reference will give you a good idea
American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (ORTHO)
Original Articles Orthognathic surgery and dentofacial orthopedics in adult Class II Division 1 treatment: Mandibular sagittal split osteotomy versus Herbst appliance
Temporomandibular joint growth changes in hyperdivergent and hypodivergent Herbst subjects. A long-term roentgenographic cephalometric study Hans Pancherz, DDS, Odont Dr, FCDSHK (Hon),, Chrysoula Michailidou, DDS, Dr med dent http://www.mosby.com/scripts/om.dll/serve?article=as0889540604003300
Emergency orthodontic treatment after the traumatic intrusive luxation of maxillary incisors Stella Chaushu, DMD, MSc, Joseph Shapira, DMD, Ilana Heling, DMD, MSc, Adrian Becker, BDS, LDS, DDO
Short Communication Root resorption: The possible role of extracellular matrix proteins Adam Lee, DDS, Galen Schneider, DDS, PhD, Michael Finkelstein, DDS, MS, Thomas Southard, DDS, MS
Original Articles Root resorption in human mandibular first premolars after rotation as detected by scanning electron microscopy
Repair of orthodontically induced root resorption by ultrasound in humans
Plasma arc versus halogen light-curing of adhesive-precoated orthodontic brackets: A 12-month clinical study of bond failures
Comparison of bond strength between a conventional resin adhesive and a resin-modified glass ionomer adhesive: An in vitro and in vivo study
Effects of blood contamination on the shear bond strengths of conventional and hydrophilic primers
An evaluation and comparison of orthodontic bracket bond strengths achieved with self-etching primer
Bonding polycarbonate brackets to ceramic: Effects of substrate treatment on bond strength
Short Communication Appraising number and clinical significance of regression equations to predict unerupted canines and premolars
Clinician's Corner Dependable technique for bonding a 3 3 retainer
What is the patient's name?
Case Report Correction of a severe class III malocclusion
ABO Case Report Case report category 6: Class II Division 1 with severe crowding
AAO Continuing Education Questions and registration form
Techno Bytes Interactive online program to improve cephalometric tracing skills
Litigation, Legislation, and Ethics Abandoning the doctor
Book Review Twin-block functional therapy: Applications in dentofacial orthopaedics (second edition)
Article Review Allergies induced by orthodontic alloys: Incidence and impact on treatment: G. Schuster, R. Reichle, R. R. Bauer, and P. M. Schopf, Journal of Orofacial Orthopedics 2004;65:48-59
Decontamination of tried-in orthodontic molar bands: M. R. Fulford, A. J. Ireland, and B. G. Main, European Journal of Orthodontics 2003;25:621-2
Periodontal status following surgical-orthodontic alignment of impacted central incisors with an open-eruption technique: S. Chaushu, I. Brin, Y. Ben-Bassat, Y. Zilberman, and A. Becker, European Journal of Orthodontics 2003;25:579-84
Transverse palatal expansion using a palatal distractor: K. L. Gerlach and C. Zahl, Journal of Orofacial Orthopedics 2003;64:443-9
The effect of a modified reverse headgear force applied with a facebow on the dentofacial structures: Y. Goyenc and S. Ersoy, European Journal of Orthodontics 2004;26:51-7
Ortho News News, comments, and service announcements
Directory: AAO Officers and Organizations Directory
Contents Editor's choice David L. Turpin
Readers' Forum Letters to the editor* Anne-Marie Bollen
Letters to the editor* Ross G. Kaplan
Letters to the editor* Morton Speck
Letters to the editor* Elie Amm
Letters to the editor* Kyle R. Shannon, Ram S. Nanda
Letters to the editor* Marinho Del Santo
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