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Archive for January, 2014

Evidence based de-implementation in orthodontics.  Should we stop some of what we are doing?

Evidence based de-implementation in orthodontics. Should we stop some of what we are doing?

By on January 30, 2014 in Personal opinion with 6 Comments

Evidence based de-implementation. Should we stop some of what we are doing? Over the past few months, I have made a real effort to read the general literature on evidence based care.  I came across this very interesting paper concerned with the re-evaluation of the evidence underpinning established clinical practice. It was written by  Vinay […]

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Careful with that radiation..Eugene

Careful with that radiation..Eugene

Careful with that radiation…. I know that I have said this before, but occasionally a paper comes along that really makes me think and this is one.  I came across this in the EJO advanced section of the website.  This study was carried out by a good team based in Leuven and they investigated the […]

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Fluoride and orthodontic decalcification: Does it have an effect?

Fluoride and orthodontic decalcification: Does it have an effect?

 What do we know about Fluoride and orthodontic decalcification? When I first started this blog I thought that I will be posting about once a week. However, orthodontic researchers have been busy and I’m going to have to post more regularly. This blog is concerned with fluoride and its effectiveness in preventing decalcification.

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