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Archive for March, 2016

Can we make mandibles grow? A massive systematic review of cephalometric data!

Can we make mandibles grow? A massive systematic review of cephalometric data!

By on March 14, 2016 in Clinical Research, Recent posts with 7 Comments

 Can we make mandibles grow? A massive systematic review of cephalometric data! This post is on whether functional appliances can alter skeletal growth to meaningful degree. A large amount of research has being carried out over many years to attempt to answer this question.  Many studies have been retrospective and while they have shown some […]

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Evidence based orthodontics is not as straightforward as it seems…

Evidence based orthodontics is not as straightforward as it seems…

By on March 7, 2016 in Personal opinion, Recent posts with 8 Comments

Evidence based orthodontics is not as straightforward as it seems… My last blog post was a quick list of “what I knew about orthodontics”.  Surprisingly, this was one of those posts that was very popular and was read over 4,000 times over the weekend. I also got many comments, some were critical, and these made […]

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A “thinking about orthodontics” blog post

A “thinking about orthodontics” blog post

A “thinking about orthodontics” blog post

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