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Quo Vadis Orthodontia – Are we in the midst of a perfect storm?

Quo Vadis Orthodontia – Are we in the midst of a perfect storm?

By on July 6, 2017 in Recent posts with 14 Comments

Quo Vadis Orthodontia – Are we in the midst of a perfect storm? This is a guest post by Dr Mark Wertheimer from South Africa. This is about his feelings about potential issues with professionalism, new treatments and advertising.

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Are Ormco/Damon in denial? The response to UK advertising authority ruling on self ligation.

Are Ormco/Damon in denial? The response to UK advertising authority ruling on self ligation.

By on June 26, 2017 in Recent posts with 13 Comments

Ormco/Damon response to the UK advertising authority ruling on self ligation. A short time ago the UK advertising standards agency concluded that Ormco/Damon advertising  on self ligation was misleading. This post is about the Ormco response and my thoughts on the decision.

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Lets talk about micro-osteoperforation….

Lets talk about micro-osteoperforation….

By on June 5, 2017 in Recent posts with 13 Comments

Lets talk about micro-osteoperforation…. At a recent conference I was discussing “ways to make teeth move faster”.  After my presentation a delegate asked me about the evidence that underpinned micro-osteoperforation or MOPS.  So, let’s talk about MOPS/Propel…

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A non-random selection of blog posts on evidence based orthodontics

A non-random selection of blog posts on evidence based orthodontics

By on February 23, 2017 in Recent posts with 0 Comments

A non-random selection of blog posts on evidence based orthodontics I have decided to post an additional blog post this week because there has been a lot of internet chat about evidence based orthodontics.  I have followed this closely.  There seems to be some confusion in people’s mind about the relative merits of treatment being […]

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No evidence that orthodontic extractions damage facial profiles.

No evidence that orthodontic extractions damage facial profiles.

By on January 30, 2017 in Recent posts with 11 Comments

No evidence that Orthodontic extractions damage facial profiles. Early last year I wrote several posts on the effect of orthodontic extractions on facial profile. Since then, this interesting systematic review has provided us with more useful information.

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