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20.03.2017 | Original Article

Influence of piezotomy and osteoperforation of the alveolar process on the rate of orthodontic tooth movement: a systematic review

Long periods of treatment with fixed orthodontic appliances are often associated with an increased risk for undesirable side effects such as demineralization of the enamel [ 1 ] and external root resorption [ 2 , 3 ]. In addition, the costs of an …

13.03.2017 | Original Article

Changes in university orthodontic care over a period of 20 years

Patient characteristics, treatment quality, and treatment costs

Over the last few decades, advances in orthodontic and prophylactic measures, demographic changes, and patient demands as well as amendments in general healthcare policy have led to changes in orthodontic therapy [ 33 ]. These changes might have an …

13.03.2017 | Original Article

Thermal imaging of the pulp during residual adhesive removal

Direct bonding of orthodontic brackets provided many benefits including better hygiene, reduced caries risk, better esthetics and performance, low costs, more accurate bracket positioning, and decreased chair time [ 4 ]. The residual adhesive after …

20.02.2017 | Original Article Open Access

Retrospective 25-year follow-up of treatment outcomes in angle Class III patients

Early versus late treatment

Already in early childhood, the growth of the skull reaches a very advanced stage that will only be followed by limited additional growth changes of certain structures in later years [ 20 – 22 ]. Therefore, to optimize skeletal outcome, it appears …

15.02.2017 | Original Article

Effects of impacted maxillary canines on root resorption of lateral incisors

A cone beam computed tomography study

Impaction of permanent maxillary canine is a common condition. Moyers believes that all teeth can be impacted [ 22 ]. Permanent maxillary canines are the second most frequently impacted teeth after third molars [ 24 ], ranging from 0.8–2.8% [ 10 ].

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Die Zeitschrift „Journal of Orofacial Orthopedics / Fortschritte der Kieferorthopädie“ informiert kompetent und aktuell Kieferorthopäden und kieferorthopädisch arbeitende Zahnärzte in Klinik und Praxis über Ergebnisse der experimentellen und klinischen Forschung des Fachgebiets. Alle Beiträge durchlaufen ein Peer-Review und erscheinen ausschließlich auf Englisch mit einem zusätzlichen deutschen Abstract.

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