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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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Two years of the blog: 24 month braces!

Two years of the blog: 24 month braces!

By on October 12, 2015 in Personal opinion with 6 Comments

Two Years of the Blog: 24 month braces! I am now recovering from my cervical spine surgery and I have set up some automatic posts. As a result, I am continuing with the theme of revisiting posts and today I am going back to this light hearted look at recent developments in orthodontics.  This post […]

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Should General Dentists provide orthodontic treatment?

By on September 1, 2015 in Personal opinion with 30 Comments

Should general dentists provide orthodontic treatment? In this post I’m going to discuss the rather controversial area of whether general dentists should provide orthodontic treatment. I will also risk discussing Short-Term Orthodontics (STO), Six Month Smiles, Anterior Alignment Orthodontics and Fast Braces.

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I’ve been thinking about the orthodontic fringe or quackery

I’ve been thinking about the orthodontic fringe or quackery

I’ve been thinking about the orthodontic fringe or quackery. This blog is about the concept of the orthodontic fringe and is a discussion on treatments that some do not consider to be mainstream orthodontics.  When I first thought about this subject, I felt that it would be straightforward, however, defining the fringe is easier said […]

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