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A simple summary of the need for Orthodontic Extractions..

A simple summary of the need for Orthodontic Extractions..

 Orthodontic Extractions: a simple summary This is Billy Biley, a cartoon character drawn by my son when he was seven years old. There may be a deeper meaning to this picture, but it now reflects my panic since I opened the Pandora’s box of  orthodontic extractions. In my previous three posts, I  outlined research projects that  evaluated […]

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A massive end of year and Christmas orthodontic blog!

A massive end of year and Christmas orthodontic blog!

By on December 21, 2015 in Personal opinion, Recent posts with 6 Comments

A massive end of year and Christmas orthodontic blog from Manchester, North of England…. At the end of each year I reflect on this orthodontic blog and publish a Christmas orthodontic blog that reflects on the previous year.  I evaluate the activity using various analytics programmes.  I am pleased to find that this year the blog was read […]

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Which are best?  Fixed or removable functional appliances….

Which are best? Fixed or removable functional appliances….

By on December 14, 2015 in Recent posts, Systematic reviews, Trials with 9 Comments

Which are best? Fixed or removable functional appliances…. Over the past few months I have covered several interesting and clinically relevant systematic reviews. I was pleased to come across this new review on the effects of fixed versus removable function appliances published in the European Journal of Orthodontics. Our choice of functional appliances is important […]

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Two years of the blog:  What do we know about functional appliance treatment?

Two years of the blog: What do we know about functional appliance treatment?

Two years of the blog:  What do we know about functional appliance treatment? In this post I am going to continue with the theme from last week and make this post a summary of some of the most popular and relevant posts on Class II treatment.  This will be last post for a couple of weeks, […]

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Early Class II treatment. Part 2: Are we clinician scientists or barber surgeons?

Early Class II treatment. Part 2: Are we clinician scientists or barber surgeons?

Early Class II treatment. Part 2; Are we clinician scientists or barber surgeons? This is the second part of my post from last week. This is concerned with  our presentation at the early treatment point/counterpoint discussion at the AAO conference 2015. Jonathan Sandler started our session by discussing further data from the systematic review. He also […]

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