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Orthodontic treatment and trauma to the front teeth: Are the risks reduced?

Early orthodontic treatment for Class II malocclusion reduces the risk of trauma to the front teeth:  How do we interpret this data; Odds, Risk and Numbers needed to treat? In my last blog, I described the results of our Cochrane Systematic review into the effectiveness of treatment for Class II malocclusion (http://goo.gl/9aLWlU). 

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What do we know about  Class II orthodontic treatment ? A new Cochrane Systematic Review

What do we know about Class II orthodontic treatment ? A new Cochrane Systematic Review

What do we know about  Class II orthodontic treatment? A new Cochrane Systematic Review This week on the Blog I am joined by Badri Thiruvenkatachari, who has worked with me for several years, and was the lead author on our updated Cochrane Systematic Review, on the treatment of Class II malocclusion, published last week.

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Can we reduce uncertainty in orthodontic treatment?

Can we reduce uncertainty in orthodontic treatment?

By on November 14, 2013 in Clinical Research, Personal opinion with 6 Comments

 Sense about Science: Reducing uncertainty in orthodontic treatment I spend a large amount of time browsing websites looking for interesting articles on research that is relevant or even not relevant to orthodontics.  One of the most interesting  sites is Sense about Science

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The Randomised Trial and the Retrospective investigation: Looking forward or back?

The Randomised Trial and the Retrospective investigation: Looking forward or back?

By on October 10, 2013 in Personal opinion with 12 Comments

Looking forward or back?  The randomised trial and the retrospective investigation At the last European Orthodontic Congress they held a debate on the value of the randomised  trial versus the retrospective investigation.

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