An occasionally irregular blog about orthodontics

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Malocclusion, orthodontics and quality of life

Malocclusion, orthodontics and quality of life

By on December 15, 2014 in Personal opinion, Research Methods with 3 Comments

Malocclusion, orthodontics and quality of life? One of the most important areas of orthodontic research that needs to be carried out is to clearly identify the effects of treatment. I have highlighted this in previous posts on the “the great unanswered questions” and “papers that have influenced me”. When we consider this area, I feel […]

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Do I still believe in evidence based orthodontics?

Do I still believe in evidence based orthodontics?

Do I still believe in evidence based orthodontics? Every now and then a paper comes along that makes me stop and think about how I practice and what I have taught over the past thirty years.  Professor Trisha Greenhalgh and colleagues published one of these papers in the British Medical Journal several weeks ago.

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