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- Self-perception of facial esthetics by patients with different profiles compared with assessments of orthodontists and lay peopleby Graziela Hernandes Volpato, Renata Rodrigues de Almeida-Pedrin, Paula Vanessa Pedron Oltramari, Thaís Maria Freire Fernandes, Marcio Rodrigues de Almeida, Ana Cláudia de Castro Ferreira Conti on 21/10/2020 at 12:00 am
This study evaluated the perception of facial esthetics of patients with different profiles as assessed by orthodontists, lay people, and patients.
- Anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects of Zingiber officinale mouthwash on patients with fixed orthodontic appliancesby Tieli Roxo Bauer Faria, Vivian Fernandes Furletti-Goes, Cristina Maria Franzini, Andrea Aparecida de Aro, Thiago Antônio Moretti de Andrade, Adilson Sartoratto, Carolina Carmo de Menezes on 20/10/2020 at 12:00 am
This study aimed to assess the anti-inflammatory and antimicrobial effects of mouthwashes with 0.12% chlorhexidine (CLX) and 0.5% Zingiber officinale essential oil (ZOEO).
- Ten years of miniscrew use in a U.S. orthodontic residency programby Sebastian Baumgaertel, Juan Martin Palomo, Micaela Zaverdinos, Tarek Elshebiny on 20/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Orthodontic miniscrews have become popular not only because they can provide an absolute form of anchorage, but also because they can reduce the required patient compliance when compared with traditional orthodontic anchorage. The objective of this study was to examine success rates of miniscrews placed by orthodontic residents and to evaluate which factors may affect insertion outcomes.
- Challenges, limitations, and solutions for orthodontists during the coronavirus pandemic: a reviewby Milad Malekshoar, Mehrdad Malekshoar, Bahareh Javanshir on 19/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Orthodontic patients around the world had to miss appointments during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic. A significant problem with this virus is its high transmission power. Asymptomatic patients can transmit the virus. This aim of this review is to examine orthodontic emergency situations and the necessary strategies and measures for emergency and non-emergency during the coronavirus pandemic.
- Periodontal ligament cells in adolescents and adults: Genetic level responses to orthodontic forcesby Patrick George, Josin K. George, Vinod Krishnan, Nandakumar Vijayaraghavan, Rahul Rajendran S, Madhav Chandran B, Midhun Thulasidharan U on 17/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Periodontal ligament cells (PDLC) respond to the application of mechanical forces by releasing various molecules that participate in bone remodeling. Whether these cellular reactions take place at the same rate in adolescent and adult patients is not known. In this study, we aimed to evaluate differences in genetic expression, if any, between the release of various inflammatory mediators from PDLC in adolescent and adult patients before and after the application of orthodontic forces.
- Interradicular sites and cortical bone thickness for miniscrew insertion: A systematic review with meta-analysisby Michele Tepedino, Paolo M. Cattaneo, Xiaowen Niu, Marie A. Cornelis on 16/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Safe zone maps are useful for the clinician to plan miniscrew insertion and possibly reduce radiation exposure. This study aimed to investigate the available evidence regarding the presence of sufficient interradicular space and adequate cortical bone thickness in patients with a complete permanent dentition, in the vestibular and palatal or lingual interradicular sites, mesial to the second molar.
- Changes of arch form at the end of orthodontic treatment, based on the Ricketts pentamorphic arch formsby Rita Daou, Rania Nassar, Elie Khoury, Joseph Ghoubril on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Maintenance of the intercanine and intermolar distances reduces the risk of relapse and increases the chance of stability; these values represent the limits of the arch, resulting from the muscular balance of each patient. The ideal would be to reproduce the patient's arch form individually. The Ricketts pentamorphic arch forms allow the clinician to choose among 5 shapes, the one that best fits the patient's arch form. The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of orthodontic treatment without extraction according to the pentamorphic arch forms on mandibular arches of different forms.
- Comparison of facial soft tissue changes after treatment with 3 different functional appliancesby Özge Çelik Güler, Sıddık Malkoç on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
This study aimed to evaluate the effects of 3 different fixed or removable functional appliances on the soft tissue changes in patients with Class II Division 1 malocclusion using 3-dimensional images.
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- Authors' responseby Ahmet Fatih Cengiz, Merve Goymen, Cenk Akcali on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Thank you very much for your interest in and scientific contributions to our article (Cengiz AF, Goymen M, Akcali C. Efficacy of botulinum toxin for treating the gummy smile. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2020;158:50-8) in the July 2020 issue.
- Editorial Boardon 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
- Root resorption and tooth developmentby Manish Goyal, Mukesh Kumar, Amandeep Kaur, Madhur Sharma on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
An article published in the May 2020 issue by Li et al (Li X, Xu J, Yin Y, Liu T, Chang L, Tang Z, et al. Association between root resorption and tooth development: a quantitative clinical study. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2020;157:602-10) compared root resorption of incompletely developed roots with that of fully developed roots in orthodontic patients and tested the value of the amount of external apical root resorption for predicting tooth development.
- Medicaid orthodontics … why you should do itby Robert M. Waxler on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
I often wonder how some plastic surgeons feel: after spending years and years of intensive training, learning how to repair faces and bodies devastated by trauma and disease, they find themselves in a clinic giving botulinum toxin injections to men and women trying to hold on to their youth. It may pay well, but how rewarding is it really? Do many orthodontists feel the same way … trained to correct the most severe dentofacial deformities, but now doing clear aligner treatments to correct minimal malalignments of Class I dentitions? Of course, not every patient should be a major challenge, and the bills always need to be paid, but wouldn't it be nice to use your hard-earned talents to give great smiles to patients with severe malocclusions?
- A retrospective long-term pulpal, periodontal, and esthetic, follow-up of palatally impacted canines treated with an open or closed surgical exposure technique using the Maxillary Canine Aesthetic Indexby Jonathan Luyten, Koenraad Grisar, Heidi Opdebeeck, Reinhilde Jacobs, Constantinus Politis on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
The primary objective of this study was to compare the aesthetic outcome of palatally impacted canines treated with an open or closed surgical exposure technique using the Maxillary Canine Aesthetic Index (MCAI) at least 1 year after debonding. Secondary objectives were set on the periodontal outcome, tooth color, pulpal status, and self-reported contentment.
- Skeletal Class III malocclusion with a reverse smileby Mukesh Kumar, Manish Goyal, Anurag Rai, Amandeep Kaur on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
A case report by Jang et al (Jang W, Shin C, Hwang S, Kim KH, Jackson T, Nguyen T, et al. Nonsurgical treatment of an adult with a skeletal Class III malocclusion combined with a functional anterior shift, severely overclosed vertical dimension, and a reverse smile. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2020;157:561-70) in the April issue reported the treatment of a 17-year-old female patient with a chief concern of crossbite and crowding. It is of great insight to the clinician for treating skeletal Class III malocclusion in adult patients with combined factors of skeletal, dental, and functional origin by applying sequential vertical and sagittal control for camouflage treatment based on precise diagnosis and treatment planning.
- Smile attractiveness after orthodontic treatmentby Mukesh Kumar, Manish Goyal, Amandeep Kaur, Md. Abrar on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
In their July 2020 article, Golshah et al assessed the perception of laypeople regarding smile attractiveness of Persian women after orthodontic treatment (Golshah A, Serenjianeh AM, Imani MM. Smile attractiveness of Persian women after orthodontic treatment. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2020;158:75-83). The article was quite informative and was appreciated by most of us, but we have some questions.
- Authors' responseby Amin Golshah, Ali Mansuri Serenjianeh, Mohammad Moslem Imani on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Thank you for your letter. Unfortunately, a typographical error appeared in the Material and Methods section, for which we apologize. The correct value is β = 0.1.
- Education and privacyby Laurance Jerrold on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
We know that the average dentist spends about 4 years in dental school. Add to that the fact that an orthodontic specialty program spans another 2-3 years. However, sometimes things happen. Maybe there is a health issue, physical or mental, that the student has to deal with. Maybe there is a family or personal issue that prolongs the educational process. Maybe it’s an academic issue that requires remediation, thus extending the time to complete the respective program. There are a number of good and accepted reasons for why someone might have to spend more time to complete one's training than what is considered normal or average.
- Professional professionalismby Peter M. Greco on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
The program in which you teach admits only 4 residents per year. Your admission process is an arduous one. Out of hundreds of applicants, only those with strong academic records, committed community involvement, and applicants who appear to be fully devoted to the specialty during the interview are considered. However, the admissions process is not without its flaws. Every now and then, a less deserving applicant is admitted who complicates life for everyone else.
- Exploring heterogeneity in meta-analysis: Meta-regression analysisby Loukia M. Spineli, Nikolaos Pandis on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Meta-regression is simply the extension of the regression analysis. Whereas in the regression analysis, the outcome and the covariates are measured for each subject, in meta-regression, the outcome and the covariates are measured on the level of the study. Because studies differ at least in the sample size, we need to assign a weight in each study under a specific model (fixed-effect or random-effects model) before implementing a meta-regression analysis. Weight assignment is not addressed in a regression analysis, because we study subjects.
- Online Only Abstractson 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
- Obvious morphologic changes in the mandible and condylar cartilage after triple botulinum toxin injections into the bilateral masseterby Zhuo Wang, Guoliang Sa, Zequan Wei, Xing Dai, Qilong Wan, Xuewen Yang on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Nonsurgical treatments that can prevent or reduce the extent of the mandibular excess at an early stage are desirable. A single botulinum toxin (BTX) injection into the unilateral and bilateral masseter can regulate mandibular contour and condylar cartilage. However, BTX injection is frequency dependent when used in facelifts. This study aimed to evaluate the effect of BTX injection into the bilateral masseter at different frequencies on the mandibular contour and condylar cartilage.
- Authors' responseby Kyung-Ho Kim, Chooryung J. Chung on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
We appreciate the interest and the insightful comments on our case report. The patient had a centric occlusion–centric relation discrepancy with the interference of the incisors resulting in a forward shift of the mandible along with the preexisting skeletal Class III relationship. Thus, Class III malocclusion and facial profile can be exaggerated when the lateral cephalogram at centric occlusion (Ceph-CO) is the only record used for diagnosis. As mentioned, clinical evaluation as well as functional wax bite and/or bite registration of centric occlusion (maximum intercuspation) and centric relation (premature contact) position using orthodontic cast with articulators can provide important diagnostic information.
- Effect of maxillary median diastema on the esthetics of a smileby Patricia Maria Pizzo Reis, Pedro Lima, Fernanda Cristina Pimentel Garcia, Jorge Faber on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
With the increasing demand for facial esthetics, patients' expectations regarding dental treatment have increased. The treatment of maxillary median diastemas (MMDs) stands out as one of the most noticeable esthetic alterations performed on patients. The objectives of the present article were to evaluate the effects of MMD and its restorations on the esthetics of a smile and to determine the differences in esthetic perceptions among 3 different groups of patients: orthodontists, prosthodontists, and laypeople.
- Orthodontic temporary anchorage devices: A qualitative evaluation of Internet information available to the general publicby Maurice J. Meade, Craig W. Dreyer on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
The evaluation of online information regarding orthodontic temporary anchorage devices (TADs) is lacking despite the increase in their use by orthodontists. This cross-sectional study aimed to investigate the quality of information regarding TADs available on the Internet to the general public.
- October 2020by Allen H. Moffitt on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
- Authors' responseby Xinyi Li, Jingchen Xu, Yuanyuan Yin, Ting Liu, Le Chang, Zhaomeng Tang, Song Chen on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
We greatly appreciate the authors' interest in our article and the opportunity to discuss our study. Regarding discrimination between the groups in Table I, there was a significant difference in age, overjet, and sex, but duration had no statistical significance (P >0.05). As mentioned in the discussion, there was a significant difference between initial age and sex distribution in the groups because tooth development is closely related to age and happens earlier in female patients. There was also a significant difference between overjet reduction or later discussed apex movements, showing that the immature tooth group had more incisor torque changes or bodily movement, but more interestingly, the conclusion showed that the immature tooth group had less root resorption, indicating that the immature teeth can resist the root resorption.
- Table of Contentson 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
- A novel method for the treatment of Class II malocclusionby Dalia El-Bokle, Noha Hussein Abbas on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
Growth modification is a feasible approach for the treatment of skeletal Class II malocclusion. A positive association was found between the lateral functional shift of the mandible due to occlusal prematurities and skeletal changes. This finding is reminiscent of an equivalent anteroposterior skeletal effect of the anterior functional shift of the mandible. Inclined planes can be considered as a form of premature contact. In this case, bonded occlusal maxillary and mandibular bite raisers were used to create occlusal prematurities artificially.
- Botulinum toxin for a gummy smileby Irineu Gregnanin Pedron on 01/10/2020 at 12:00 am
I read with great enthusiasm the article by Cengiz et al (Cengiz AF, Goymen M, Akcali C. Efficacy of botulinum toxin for treating a gummy smile. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2020;158:50-8) in the July 2020 issue of American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. This is an important study and was well conducted by the authors. However, I consider it important to highlight some points and provide some suggestions.
- Lip profile changes in patients with Class II Division 1 malocclusion of varied growth patterns treated with maxillary premolar extractions: A pilot studyby Divya Mishra, Madhumitha Natarajan, Arun S. Urala on 30/09/2020 at 12:00 am
This retrospective pilot study assessed the pre- and posttreatment lip profile changes among adult patients with Class II Division 1 malocclusion of varied growth patterns and compared these changes with patients with a skeletal Class I relationship, to identify the dental, skeletal, and soft tissue cephalometric variables that altered the posttreatment lip profile.
- Orthodontists' and parents’ perception of finished occlusion and willingness to extend treatment timeby David H. Lindsey, Bhavna Shroff, Caroline K. Carrico, James Dodd, Steven J. Lindauer on 30/09/2020 at 12:00 am
Patients and parents want shorter treatment times, but it is unclear whether they would compromise outcome quality to shorten treatment. The purpose of this study was to compare orthodontists' and parents’ perceptions of finished occlusion and their willingness to extend treatment time to achieve improved outcomes. The effects of elapsed treatment time and patient compliance were also investigated.
- Chlorhexidine hexametaphosphate as a coating for elastomeric ligatures with sustained antimicrobial properties: A laboratory studyby Yasmin Kamarudin, Matthew K. Skeats, Anthony J. Ireland, Michele E. Barbour on 29/09/2020 at 12:00 am
White spot lesions are a common side effect of orthodontic treatment. This laboratory study aimed to explore the suitability of chlorhexidine hexametaphosphate (CHX-HMP) as a coating for orthodontic elastomeric ligatures to provide sustained chlorhexidine (CHX) release.
- Treatment in a patient with congenital loss of both mandibular lateral incisors and severely retroclined maxillary central incisorsby Jiao Li, Yue Pan, Andi Yang, Lang Lei on 29/09/2020 at 12:00 am
This case report describes the treatment of a patient with congenital loss of both mandibular lateral incisors and severely retroclined maxillary incisors. The treatment included bilateral extraction of the maxillary first premolars, accurate 3-digital setup, a 2-stage torque control strategy, and intricate mechanic management. The dilemma of tooth-size discrepancy was solved by ideal torque control to avoid interproximal enamel reduction. An ideal Class I molar and canine relation, as well as canine guidance in the lateral excursion movement, was achieved with good stability.
- Three-dimensional accuracy of virtual planning in orthognathic surgeryby Andressa Otranto de Britto Teixeira, Marco Antonio de Oliveira Almeida, Rhita Cristina da Cunha Almeida, Caroline Pelagio Maués, Thais Pimentel, Danilo Passeado Branco Ribeiro, Paulo José de Medeiros, Catia Cardoso Abdo Quintão, Felipe de Assis Ribeiro Carvalho on 29/09/2020 at 12:00 am
This study aimed to assess the accuracy of virtual surgical planning (VSP) performed by Dolphin Imaging software (version 11.9; Dolphin Imaging and Management Solutions, Chatsworth, Calif).
- Dental malocclusion among children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorderby Annie Roy, Beatriz Ferraz dos Santos, Pierre Rompré, Clarice Nishio on 29/09/2020 at 12:00 am
Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) have more sleep breathing problems and parafunctional oral habits than individuals without ADHD. However, there is scarce information on the correlation between their dental malocclusion and these functional disorders. The objective of this study was to assess the severity of malocclusion in patients with and without ADHD and to evaluate the correlation between their functional disorders and dental malocclusion.
- GHR and IGF2R genes may contribute to normal variations in craniofacial dimensions: Insights from an admixed populationby Guido Artemio Marañón-Vásquez, Alexandre R. Vieira, Alice Gomes de Carvalho Ramos, Beatriz Dantas, Fábio Lourenço Romano, Regina Guenka Palma-Dibb, Juliana Arid, Karla Carpio, Paulo Nelson-Filho, Andiara de Rossi, Rafaela Scariot, Simone Carvalho Levy, Lívia Azeredo A. Antunes, Leonardo Santos Antunes, Erika C. Küchler on 29/09/2020 at 12:00 am
This study aimed to determine whether single nucleotide polymorphisms in the growth hormone receptor (GHR) and insulin-like growth factor 2 receptor (IGF2R) genes are associated with different craniofacial phenotypes.
- Computer-aided heuristics in orthodonticsby Pietro Auconi, James A. McNamara, Lorenzo Franchi on 29/09/2020 at 12:00 am
During the decision-making process, physicians rely on heuristics that consist of simple, useful procedures for solving problems, intuitive shortcuts that produce reliable decisions based on limited information. In clinical situations characterized by a high degree of uncertainty such as those encountered in orthodontics, cognitive biases and judgment errors related to heuristics are not uncommon. This study aimed at promoting trust in the effective interface between the intuitive reasoning of the orthodontic practitioner and the computational heuristics emerging from simple statistical models.
- How is orthodontic treatment need associated with perceived esthetic impact of malocclusion in adolescents?by Ana Claudia Lima de Oliveira Meira, William Custodio, Mario Vedovello Filho, Técia M. Borges, Marcelo de C. Meneghim, Milton Santamaria Jr, Silvia A.S. Vedovello on 22/09/2020 at 12:00 am
The purpose of this research was to evaluate the esthetic impact of orthodontic treatment need in adolescents.
- The impact of tooth-borne vs computer-guided bone-borne rapid maxillary expansion on pain and oral health–related quality of life: A parallel cohort studyby Federica Altieri, Michele Cassetta on 22/09/2020 at 12:00 am
The primary aim of this study was to investigate and compare perceived pain intensity and oral health–related quality of life (OHRQOL) results during the activation phase of rapid maxillary expansion (RME), with tooth-borne and bone-borne devices. In addition, a secondary aim of this study was to evaluate the correlation between pain scales and the shortened Oral Health Impact Profile (OHIP-14) questionnaire.
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- Powered vs manual tooth brushing in patients with fixed orthodontic appliances: A systematic review and meta-analysisby Moataz ElShehaby, Basel Mofti, Mona A. Montasser, David Bearn on 17/09/2020 at 12:00 am
The objective of this systematic review and meta-analysis was to compare powered and manual toothbrushes for oral hygiene maintenance in orthodontic patients.
- External apical root resorption and vectors of orthodontic tooth movementby Eric R. Linkous, Terry M. Trojan, Edward F. Harris on 16/09/2020 at 12:00 am
External apical root resorption is nearly ubiquitous in people treated orthodontically. This study predicted the extent of external apical root resorption by the vector of the incisor movement.
- Influence of bone-anchored maxillary protraction on secondary alveolar bone graft status in unilateral complete cleft lip and palateby Oscar Stangherlin Gomes, Roberta Martinelli Carvalho, Renato Faco, Marilia Yatabe, Terumi Okada Ozawa, Hugo De Clerck, Hilde Timmerman, Daniela Garib on 16/09/2020 at 12:00 am
Our objective was to evaluate the effects of bone-anchored maxillary protraction (BAMP) on the status of the secondary alveolar bone graft in patients with unilateral complete cleft lip and palate (UCLP).
- Development of a core outcome set for use in routine orthodontic clinical trialsby Aliki Tsichlaki, Kevin O'Brien, Philip E. Benson, Zoe Marshman, Ama Johal, Fiorella B. Colonio-Salazar, Nicola L. Harman, Padhraig S. Fleming on 16/09/2020 at 12:00 am
A diverse range of outcomes is used in orthodontic research with a focus on measuring outcomes important to clinicians and little consistency in outcome selection and measurement. We aimed to develop a core outcome set for use in clinical trials of orthodontic treatment not involving cleft or orthognathic patient groups.
- Complications, impacts, and success rates of different approaches to treatment of Class II malocclusion in adolescents: A systematic review and meta-analysisby Moaiyad Moussa Pacha, Padhraig S. Fleming, Ama Johal on 01/09/2020 at 12:00 am
We aimed to explore the prevalence and nature of complications associated with Class II correctors in adolescents and their impact on the quality of life (QOL), completion of treatment, and success rate.
- A clinically friendly viscoelastic finite element analysis model of the mandible with Herbst applianceby Zahra Heidari Zadi, Amir J. Bidhendi, Ali Shariati, Eung-Kwon Pae on 27/08/2020 at 12:00 am
As a powerful numerical approximation tool, finite element analysis (FEA) has been widely used to predict stress and strain distributions in facial bones generated by orthodontic appliances. Previous FEA models were constructed on the basis of a linear elastic phase of the bone response (eg, elastic bone strains to loading). However, what is more useful for clinical understanding would be predicting long-term strains and displacements of bone-segments responding to loading, yet tissue responses are (1) not promptly observable and (2) hard to predict in nature.
- Long-term occlusal changes and patient satisfaction in patients treated with and without extractions: 37 years after treatmentby Paula Cotrin, Caroline Martins Gambardela-Tkacz, Wilana Moura, Augusto Iunes, Guilherme Janson, Marcos Roberto Freitas, Karina Maria Salvatore Freitas on 27/08/2020 at 12:00 am
The objective of this research was to evaluate the treatment outcomes, long-term occlusal changes, and patient satisfaction after 37 years of nonextraction and extraction treatments.
- Treatment of 2 impacted molars in a large dentigerous cyst (expansile cystic lesion) with combined orthodontic and surgical therapyby Kyu-Rhim Chung, Min-Ki Noh, Song Hee Oh, Do-Min Jeong, Seong-Hun Kim, Gerald Nelson on 27/08/2020 at 12:00 am
Nonmineralized cysts and cyst-like lesions that frequently occur in the mandible include ameloblastomas, odontogenic keratocysts, and dentigerous cysts. They have specific features of well-demarcated, unilocular, and radiolucent lesions that are often associated with tooth impaction. Although it rarely occurs, these cysts can become extremely large. Furthermore, cyst enlargement causes additional symptoms that can challenge the success of tooth recovery through orthodontic treatment. This clinical report presents the successful eruption of 2 impacted molars in a large dentigerous cyst treated with marsupialization and orthodontic traction using an orthodontic miniplate anchorage over a 4-year treatment period.
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