|Date:||Monday, April 09, 2007 11:15 PM|
|From:||"ESCO automatic digest system" <LISTSERV@LISTSERV.UIC.EDU>|
|Subject:||ESCO Digest - 5 Apr 2007 to 9 Apr 2007 (#2007-36)|
There are 7 messages totalling 3352 lines in this issue.
Topics of the day:
1. Daily peridex
2. Re: Damon System
3. first molar extraction
4. adult open bite retention
5. Dr. Lively
6. Class II molar finishing
7. Routine radiographs
|Date:||Sunday, April 08, 2007 8:50 AM|
|From:||charles ruff <orthodmd@MAC.COM>|
Does anyone recommend peridex or equivalents to patients for daily
use. I recommend (and provide at a discount) Phosflur to my patients
but wouldn't peridex be a better choice?
here is a comment by the ADA in the November supplement to the JADA
on using rinses of this type
|Date:||Friday, April 06, 2007 8:26 PM|
|Subject:||Re: Damon System|
Dr. Mark Lively,
I just read your post to Charlie. Were you not talking DAMON system up about a year ago? I am glad to hear someone else is having a nightmare using this system. I have about 70 cases and can not wait to finish them. I used the D3s and I can not tell you how many I have rebonded with new brackets and finishing certainly is a challenge . Please share your experiences in more detail.
|Date:||Friday, April 06, 2007 6:10 AM|
|Subject:||first molar extraction|
In regard to Mort Speck's beautifully presented case, I have only requested first molar extractions a handful of times, so my experience is limited. In these cases, space closure has varied due to the anatomical location of the maxillary sinus lining. When the first molar is extracted, the lining often recontours occlusally, inhibiting bodily tooth movement during space closure. Since this occurance is not predictable, isn't it somewhat risky? Anyone have thoughts on subject?
|Date:||Thursday, April 05, 2007 7:54 PM|
|Subject:||adult open bite retention|
Charlie, I recall a case report by Jack Sheridan (aka Jack the Stripper). An adult open bite case was retained via upper and lower fixed 3-3 retainers. On the lingual surface of the canine teeth, Caplin hooks were incorporated into the fixed retainers so that anterior vertical elastics could be worn as needed to maintain the correction.
|Date:||Thursday, April 05, 2007 12:09 PM|
|From:||Lively Orthodontics, P.A. <mdlively@BELLSOUTH.NET>|
|Subject:||Re: Dr. Lively|
Please email me directly. I do not want to be quoted by other reps that are
selling a different system. This happened to me about 18 months ago.
|Date:||Saturday, April 07, 2007 4:16 PM|
|From:||Brett Kerr <brettkerr@IINET.NET.AU>|
|Subject:||Re: Class II molar finishing|
Thank you for the reply, and the pictures and reference to your letter, which I have reread.
Unfortunately, all this does not answer my question. "Where is the scientific evidence supporting a Class I molar relationship?"
Certainly the teeth fit together nicely in Class I - if the overbite and overjet are ideal; if the tip and torque are ideal; if the anatomy of each tooth is ideal; if there is no Bolton's discrepancy; if nothing changes with time; etc., etc.
I was taught (in the 70s) to treat to Class I, and for many years we extracted to achieve this. Now I ask, why? I have kept abreast of the orthodontic literature but have seen no valid evidence on this, merely anecdote and opinion. Given that we practise in an environment of Evidence Based Practice I believe we should alter our paradigms as the evidence leads us. In 27 years of specialist orthodontic practice, my paradigms have shifted mightily! That is why I am asking for references to any valid scientific articles.
Try this article, from a colleague of mine:
|Date:||Friday, April 06, 2007 8:17 AM|
|From:||Leon Klempner <drleonk@MAC.COM>|
How often are you taking routine progress radiographs on your
patients in fixed appliances?
Do you increase the frequency in patients with thin or tapered roots?
Panoramic or upper occlusal?
Port Jefferson, NY