An occasionally irregular blog about orthodontics

Archive for April, 2014

Is interceptive orthodontics a hopeless pipedream?

Is interceptive orthodontics a hopeless pipedream?

Is interceptive orthodontics a hopeless pipedream? In this blog I will address another of the “great unanswered questions” in orthodontics that featured in a previous blog. This is the long-standing issue of whether it is possible to provide interceptive orthodontics and either “cure” orthodontic problems before they develop or make any eventual treatment easier. This […]

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The O’Begg Sonic Orthodontic Paradigm Bracket: Part 2

The O’Begg Sonic Orthodontic Paradigm Bracket: Part 2

It is two months after the launch of the new orthodontic paradigm bracket system. Prof KO’B is meeting the marketing executive at the “University of Didsbury, South Manchester”. There is light rain outside Marketing executive: I just want to update you on the new orthodontic paradigm bracket system. Things are going well, we have held several […]

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The O’Begg Sonic Novel Orthodontic Paradigm bracket!

The O’Begg Sonic Novel Orthodontic Paradigm bracket!

The novel paradigm in orthodontic treatment It is now coming to a holiday season and I thought that I should write a light hearted blog.  Please remember this a joke and not intended to be serious.

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To extract or not: The orthodontist’s endless dilemma?

To extract or not: The orthodontist’s endless dilemma?

The orthodontist’s dilemma This blog follows on from my post last week on the “unanswered questions in orthodontics” and is concerned with my interpretation of the extraction/non extraction dilemma that we face on daily basis.

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