An occasionally irregular blog about orthodontics

Tag: personal opinion

I have decided to invent a new form of treatment: 24 month braces revisited!

I have decided to invent a new form of treatment: 24 month braces revisited!

I have decided to invent a new form of treatment: 24 month braces revisited! One of my most popular posts is called 24 month braces. I posted this several years ago and I have decided to update it to reflect the current state of orthodontics.

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Are there too many orthodontic systematic reviews?

Are there too many orthodontic systematic reviews?

Are there too many orthodontic systematic reviews? Over the past 10 years there have been many orthodontic systematic reviews.  I am now wondering if there are too many…..just a thought in a short blog post….

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AcceleDent increases tooth movement by up to 50%…

AcceleDent increases tooth movement by up to 50%…

By on March 20, 2017 in Personal opinion, Recent posts with 13 Comments

Does AcceleDent increase tooth movement by up to 50%? The other day I was looking at an online edition of the AJO-DDO.  There was a pop-up from Acceledent that drew attention to their new clinical evidence.  I thought that I should have a look at this again….         This is the link […]

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Review of the year? From speeding up treatment, extractions and snake oil

By on December 14, 2016 in Recent posts with 5 Comments

Review of the year? From speeding up treatment, extractions and snake oil! As we are now getting close to the end of the year, I have done a review of the year based on the top ten most widely read blog posts. I have now been doing this blog for three years. I am very pleased that it […]

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Class III protraction headgear avoids orthognathic surgery: A discussion

Class III protraction headgear avoids orthognathic surgery: A discussion

By on September 8, 2016 in Clinical Research, Recent posts with 4 Comments

Class III protraction headgear avoids orthognathic surgery: A discussion My last post on Class III protraction headgear reducing the need for orthognathic surgery was read very widely.  Several people have made comments directly and via social media. I feel that these comments were interesting and relevant. I have done an additional post so that I […]

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