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Archive for June, 2014

Does the wire matter?

Does the wire matter?

Does the wire matter? This blog is about wire. I thought that I should illustrate it with an orthodontic wire sculpture from the University of Washington. Each year the residents hold a competition on who can construct the best sculpture and this was the winner several years ago.

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Should we stop using cephalometrics in orthodontic research?

Should we stop using cephalometrics in orthodontic research?

Should we stop using cephalometrics in orthodontic research? This blog is concerned with my personal opinion on the use of cephalometrics in orthodontic research. Some people may not share this view, and I hope that this is not too controversial.

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To have and to hold: A systematic review of retention

To have and to hold: A systematic review of retention

To have and to hold: A systematic review of orthodontic retention We all know that retention is one of the great problems and mysteries in orthodontics. As a result, I am sure that you are no different from me and you have tried many different methods of retention, with varying success and disappointment.

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A shameless plug for the World Orthodontic Congress 2015

A shameless plug for the World Orthodontic Congress 2015

By on June 3, 2014 in Uncategorized with 0 Comments

A shameless promotion for the 8th World Orthodontic Congress to be held in London 2015 I have been taking a short break over the last week and not had much time to write a blog, I am also spending some time writing a long(ish) blog about cephalometrics. As a result, I thought that I should […]

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