Contents
  1. Eighty-one Years of Member Scientific Contributions at Meetings of the Eastern Component of The Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists
  2. March 28-29, 1931. Bridgeport, Conn.
  3. February 6-7, 1932. Bridgeport, Conn.
  4. May 15-16, 1932. Bridgeport, Conn.
  5. April 22-23, 1933. Bridgeport, Conn.
  6. January 21-22, 1934. Bridgeport, Conn.
  7. December 16-17, 1934. Bridgeport, Conn.
  8. June 7-8, 1936. Bridgeport, Conn.
  9. June 6-7, 1937. Bridgeport, Conn.
  10. October 23-24, 1938. Bridgeport, Conn.
  11. April 30, 1939. Bridgeport, Conn.
  12. November 16-17, 1941. Bridgeport, Conn.
  13. May 1, 1949. New York, N.Y.
  14. October 13, 1952. New York, N.Y.
  15. March 11, 1953. New York, N.Y.
  16. October 13, 1953. New York, N.Y.
  17. March 10, 1954. New York, N.Y.
  18. November 11, 1954. New York, N.Y.
  19. March 9, 1955. New York, N.Y.
  20. October 15-16, 1956. Skytop Lodge, Penn.
  21. March 2, 1958. New York, N.Y.
  22. May 16-18, 1959. Atlantic City, N.J.
  23. May 15-17, 1960. Atlantic City, N.J.
  24. May 21-23, 1961. Atlantic City, N.J.
  25. May 20-22, 1962. Atlantic City, N.J.
  26. May 1-3, 1963. Miami Beach, Fla.
  27. May 17-18, 1964. Washington D.C.
  28. May 2-3, 1965. Boston, Mass.
  29. May 22-23, 1966. Washington, D.C.
  30. May14-15, 1967. Boston, Mass.
  31. April 21-22, 1968. Washington, D.C.
  32. May 18-19, 1969. New York, N.Y.
  33. May 17-18, 1970. Washington, D.C.
  34. May 22-23, 1971. New York, N.Y.
  35. May 21-22, 1972. Boston, Mass.
  36. March 17-18, 1973. New York, N.Y.
  37. March 23-24, 1974. Washington, D.C.
  38. March 22-23, 1975. Boston, Mass.
  39. March 19-20, 1976. Rye, New York
  40. March 26-27, 1977. Washington, D.C.
  41. March 31-April 1, 1978. Boston, Mass.
  42. March 30-31, 1979. New York, N.Y.
  43. March 20-21, 1980. Washington, D.C.
  44. March 26-27, 1981. Toronto, Canada
  45. March 25-27, 1982. Cambridge, Mass.
  46. March 24-26, 1983. New York, N.Y.
  47. April 5-7, 1984. Washington, D.C.
  48. March 28-20, 1985. Boston, Mass.
  49. March 20-22, 1986. New York, N.Y.
  50. March 19-21, 1987. Washington, D.C.
  51. March 24 – 26, 1988. Boston, Mass.
  52. March 17-19, 1989. New York , N.Y.
  53. March 15-17, 1990. Washington, D.C.
  54. March 14-16, 1991. Boston, Mass.
  55. March 19-21, 1992. New York, N.Y.
  56. March 24-27, 1993. Washington, D.C.
  57. March 16-19, 1994. Cambridge, Mass.
  58. March 24-26, 1995. New York, N.Y.
  59. March 28-31, 1996. Annapolis, Maryland
  60. April 10-13, 1997. Montreal, Canada
  61. March 12-15, 1998. Boston, Mass.
  62. March 18-21, 1999. Providence, R.I.
  63. April 5-8, 2000. Elbow Beach, Bermuda
  64. March 8-11, 2001. Philadelphia, Penn.
  65. April 18-21, 2002. Toronto, Canada
  66. March 26-30, 2003. St. Petersburg, Florida
  67. April 1-4, 2004. Boston, Mass.
  68. March 30-April 3, 2005. Philadelphia, Penn.
  69. March 28-April 2, 2006. Washington, D.C.
  70. March 28-April 1, 2007. Boston, Mass.
  71. March 5-9, 2008. Charleston, S.C.
  72. March 26-29, 2009. Newport, R.I.
  73. March 25-28, 2010. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada
  74. March 24-27, 2011. Providence, R.I.
  75. March 29-April 1, 2012. Boston, Mass.

Eighty-one Years of Member Scientific Contributions at Meetings of the Eastern Component of The Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists *

Angle East

1931 to 2012

 

 

March 28-29, 1931. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Gough, Helen A.     A review of the literature on Class II Division 2 with special reference to etiology.

Gough, Frank A.    My clinical experience with Class II Division 2.

Dunlap, Walter M.    An outline of the Angle principles of treatment of Class II Division 2.

Strang, Robert H.W.    The natural mechanics and forces of the denture.

A compilation of these 1931 papers was read before the Ninth Annual Meeting of the Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontia, Chicago, Illinois, October 20, 1933 and published in 1935 as:
Eastern Component Group of the Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontia.  A clinical study of cases of malocclusion in Class II Division 2.
Angle Orthod. 1935;5:87-106.

 

February 6-7, 1932. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Minez, Julius    A discussion of the retention period of treatment.

Strang, Robert H.W.    A suggested change in our clamp band technic.

Bryant, Leon     The anatomy of the muscles of expression.

Gough, Helen A.     A review of the literature on the physiology of muscular tics and habits.

 

May 15-16, 1932. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Strang, Robert H.W.    Anatomical lecture covering the maxilla and palatine bones.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    A review of the experiments of Hunter on localizing the areas of jaw growth.
Hummel, Chester    The histology of bone.

Sayers, Clayton A.    A review of Dr. Oppenheim’s articles on changes in the bony tissues as a result of tooth movement.

Gough, Frank A.    Case report of treatment failures.

Dunlap, Walter    Case report of treatment failures.

Strang, Robert H.W. Case report of treatment failures.

April 22-23, 1933. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    A discussion of the distribution of the bone of the alveolar process.

Hummel, Chester F.    The Angle classification, does it mean anything to orthodontists today?
Bryant, Leon D.    Quiz on the mandible, maxilla and palatine bones; the facial muscles and muscles of mastication.

George, Raymond S.    Anatomical lecture on the ethmoid bone.

Gough, Frank A. and Sayers, Clayton A.     An analysis of failure in treatment.

Gough, Helen A.     Review of “Development of the human jaws and surrounding structures from birth to the age of 15 years” by Drs. Logan and Kronfield.

Strang, Robert H.W.     A summary of the questionnaires on Class II, Division 2 cases.

 

January 21-22, 1934. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Strayer, Edward R.    Lecture on anatomy – the sphenoid bone.

Dunlap, Walter M.     Quiz on the palatine and ethmoid bones

Gough, Helen A.     Physics and mechanics as applied to orthodontia.

Strand, Robert H.W.     Case report.

Dunlap, Walter M.    Failures in treatment.

 

December 16-17, 1934. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Strayer, Edward R.    A review of the literature on facial development.

Gough, Helen A.    Quiz on facial muscles.

Strayer, Edward R.    Technical procedure of steel soldering.

Strang, Robert H.W.    Ideals in treatment.

Sayers, Clayton A. and Dunlap, Walter M. and Bryant, Leon D.    Case reports; chosen with special reference to etiology, problems of treatment or because of failures.

Hummel, Chester F.    Lecture on anatomy – the frontal bone.

Dunlap, Walter M.    Quiz on anatomy – the sphenoid bone

 

June 7-8, 1936. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Dunlap, Walter M.    Lecture on anatomy – the nasal cavity.

Strang, Robert H.W.     Steel soldering technic.

Strang, Robert H.W.    Suggestions for cutting down overhead without sacrificing efficiency or principles.

Sayers, Clayton A. and Johnson, Albert and Whitson, Glenn H.    A study of failures – complete reports of unsatisfactory results.

Strayer, Edward R.    Muscular habits – motion picture film.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    Case report.

Weiss, Benjamin    Muscular actions involved in swallowing.

Tweed, Charles H. (read by William M. Thompson, Jr.)    The application of the principles of the edgewise arch in the treatment of Class II, Divison 1 malocclusion.

Bryant, Leon D.    A review of Dr. Albin Oppenheim’s papers.

Hummel, Chester F.    A review of The Tides of Life, by R.G. Hoskins, published in 1933 by W.W. Norton & Company, New York.

June 6-7, 1937. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Strang, Robert H.W.    Review of the papers of Drs. Todd, Francis, Anderson, Cohen and Zuck presented at the meeting in Cleveland.

Strayer, Edward R.    The influence of blowing wind instruments upon the teeth and facial musculature.

Hummel, Chester F.     A review of facial musculature.

Sayers, Clayton A.     Report of Dr. Holly Broadbent’s papers presented at the Cleveland meeting.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    Review of Brodie’s discussion of Tweed’s paper in the January 1937 Angle Orthodontist.

Whitson, Glenn H.    How I overcame the correctible factors producing malocclusion.

 

October 23-24, 1938. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Thompson, Will M., Jr.     Can mesial drift of the face and the dentures be controlled?

Strang, Robert H.W.     Technic work.

Hummel, Chester F.    The importance of calcium and other medication in orthodontic practice.

Weiss, Benjamin    A consideration of the overbite problem.

Johnson, Albert    How I treat bimaxillary protrusion.

Dunlap, Walter M.    Is intermaxillary anchorage on the way out?

Whitson, Glenn H.    Is occipital anchorage the answer?

Sayers, Clayton A.    “Under tropical skies down below the equator” (a “moving picture” presentation).

Strang, Robert H.W. and Sayers, Clayton A.    Some occipital anchorage auxiliaries.

Bryant, Leon D.    Case report.

Dunlap, Walter M.    Case report.

Gough, Helen A.    Case report.

Sayers, Clayton A.    Case report.

Strang, Robert H.W.    Case report.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    Case report.

Whitson, Glenn H.    Case report.

 

April 30, 1939. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Strang, Robert H.W.    Technic work.

Breidt, Bryant, Bull, Burroughs, Dunlap, Godwin, Hummel, Johnson, Kelly, Osburn    Reports of cases employing occipital anchorage.

Strang, Robert H.W.    Review of Dr. Albin Oppenheim’s lecture.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    Functional occlusion.

Kelly, Eugene    Review of Dr. Broadbent’s articles.

Sturman, Henry A.    How we got our fist molar tooth – from the standpoint of evolution.

Webster, Raymond L.    The evolution of the face in man.

Bull, Harry L.    Prolonged retention of the deciduous teeth.

Breidt, M.P.    A consideration of the problem of retention.

Burroughs, Charles    How the muscles of mastication perform their function
Sayers, Strang, Strayer, Sorenson, Strickler, Sturman, Thompson, Webster, Weiss, Whitson    Reports of cases where occipital anchorage has been employed.

November 16-17, 1941. Bridgeport, Conn. *

Sorenson, Otto     My reaction to the technic of the edgewise arch as taught by Dr. Charles Tweed. Discussion by Dr. Harry Bull and Dr. Henry Sturman.

Godwin, Andrew    The physical constitution of the child relative to prognosis in orthodontic treatment.

Osburn, Donald    Review of B.H. Broadbent’s paper “Ontogenetic development of occlusion”.

 

May 1, 1949. New York, N.Y. *

Lieber, Leon (guest speaker)    Impregnation method of caries control.

Greenstein, Arthur    The Northwestern modification of the Tweed technique.

Rogers, Earl    Case report.

October 13, 1952. New York, N.Y. *

Cadman, George    Case report: Class II, Div.1, extraction case 14, 25, 34, 44.

Cleaves, Paul    Case report: Class I (simulating Class II, Div.1), extraction case, canines partially blocked out in both arches, male 11 yrs.

Truesdell, Frank    How would you treat this case? Mutilated Class II with impacted 21, 22 and missing 16, 26, 36, 46.

Haugh, Francis    Case report.

Peterson, Howard    Some observations on orthodontic progress in the last 50 years.

Joule, William    Case report.

March 11, 1953. New York, N.Y. *

Tirk, Theodore    Case report.

Drelich, Robert C.    Cephalometric analysis of untreated Class II, Division 1 malocclusion.

Margolis, Herbert    Facial skeletal analysis and dento-facial cranial orientation.

Sturman, Henry    A display of cases treated with extra-oral anchorage.

Peterson, Howard    Some observations on the progress of orthodontia during the past fifty years.

 

October 13, 1953. New York, N.Y. *

Cadman, George    Case report.

Cleaves, Paul    Case report.

Tirk, Theodore    Extra-oral anchorage in the management of Class II, Division 1 cases.

Haugh, Francis    Case report.

Peterson, Howard    Orthodontia in the last half-century (continued).

Joule, William    Case report.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    “Case evaluation” paper prepared by the late Dr. Edward Strayer.

King, Edward    Case report.

Rose, Gerald    Case report.

Swain, Brainerd F.    Case report.

Clark, Horace    Case report.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    The change in concept of classification of Class II Division 1 malocclusion.


March 10, 1954. New York, N.Y. *

Jamison, Brownell    Cephalometrics so far.

Fischer, Bercu    Asymmetry of the dento-facial complex.

Swain, Brainerd F.    The Bull treatment of Class II cases.

Table Clinics:
Houghton, William    Molar band fabrication.
Weiss, Benjamin    Mixed dentition cases.
Clark, Horace    Bite blocks and application.
Margolis, Herbert I.    Headcaps.
Thompson, Will M., Jr.    Carey appliance.


November 11, 1954. New York, N.Y. *

Kraut, Irving    Case report.

Swain, Brainerd F.    Bull technique.

Brandt, Sidney    A technique for measuring forces applied by auxiliary loops.

Sturman, Henry    Evaluation of application of occipital anchorage.


March 9, 1955. New York, N.Y. *

Tirk, Theodore    Treatment in the mixed dentition.

Peterson, Howard    Applied cephalometrics.

Hedges, Robert    Illustrated commentary on cephalometric technique.

Margolis, Herbert and Hedges, Robert and Peterson, Howard    A discussion panel on cephalometrics.


October 15-16, 1956. Skytop Lodge, Penn. *

Sorenson, Otto J.    Anchorage problems and their solution.

Whitson, Glenn H.    Formation of archwires as taught within the Temple course.

Sorenson, Otto J.    Cases presenting anchorage problems.

Dunlap, Walter M.    Mixed denture treatment.

Strang, Robert H.W.    Non-retention, a practical suggestion.

Dunlap, Walter M.    Supplementing paper on mixed denture treatment.

Strang, Robert H.W.    Exhibit of non-retention cases at least one year after treatment.

Cleaves, Paul L.    The development and use of extra-oral force in orthodontics.

Hawley, Carlotta A.    Three mixed dentition cases with a special problem.

Cleaves, Paul L.    Extra-oral force auxiliaries.

Rose, Gerald J.     Some things to consider in the treatment of overbite cases.

Truesdell, Frank B. (paper started by Blaine Truesdell)    Thoughts on etiology.

March 2, 1958. New York, N.Y. *

Osborn, Donald    The feasibility of considering serial extraction.

Collito, Michael    Plastic appliances in cleft palate.

Tirk, Theodore    Review of serial extraction.

Brader, Allen C.    A few brass tacks.

Madden, John    Ankylosed teeth.

May 16-18, 1959. Atlantic City, N.J. *

Brandt, Sidney    The Begg technique.

Houghton, William G.    Simplified clinical photography using the reflex camera.

Kraut, Irving    Treatment planning.

Jamison, Brownell R.    Case report.

Burroughs, C. Elson    Case report.

Collito, Michael    Cleft palate – time for orthodontic treatment.

Brandt, Sidney; Houghton, William; Collito, Michael; Peterson, Howard; Rose, Gerald    Table clinics – supplementing their papers.

Peterson, Howard    Interceptive approach to orthodontic treatment.
Rose, Gerald    Clinic photographs from the bracket table using a bellows-type camera.
Clark, Horace    The problem of deep overbites.

Sorenson, Otto    An application of the sectional arch in Class II extraction cases.

Joule, William    The Bull technique in extraction cases.

May 15-17, 1960. Atlantic City, N.J. *

Cadman, George R.    Current trends in the use of light forces

Whitson, Glenn H.    A look at two aspects of orthodontic practice – urban and country.

Fischer, Bercu    Some aspects of sectional orthodontic treatment.

Truesdell, Frank B.    Resume of Illinois alumni reunion.

Haugh, Francis A.    Clinical cephalometrics – the beginning.

Cadman, George; Margolis, Herbert; Haugh, Francis; Sturman, Henry; Swain, Brainerd; King, Edward    Table clinics – supplementing papers.

May 21-23, 1961. Atlantic City, N.J. *

Hedges, Robert B.    Diagnosis (with and without cephalometrics).

Madden, John H.    Treatment planning (with and without extraction).

Strang, Robert H.W.    Appliance therapy.

Dunlap, Walter M.    Retention.

Osborn, Donald D.    Musculature (active treatment and retention).

Brader, Allen C.    Sagittal tooth positions and facial profile standards.

Hoffman, Paul    Your death, your practice and your estate.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    Another look at Class II, Division 2 malocclusion.

Rose, Gerald    Some observations on relating mandibular positions to orthodontics.

Tirk, Theodore M.    Treatment procedure in Class II, Division 1.

May 20-22, 1962. Atlantic City, N.J. *

Kraut, Irving    A cephalometric study following the insertion of the first Begg wires.

Brandt, Sidney    The amazing second deciduous molar.

Burroughs, Elson    The muscles of mastication and their function.

Clark, Horace P.    A survey of the results of extraction without treatment.

Joule, William R.    Undergraduate orthodontic education and its relation to present day orthodontics.

Collito, Michael B.    Cleft lip and cleft palate from the orthodontist’s point of view.

Sorenson, Otto J.    Don’t rush that impacted canine.

May 1-3, 1963. Miami Beach, Fla. *

Houghton, William G.    The Begg technic: a clinical appraisal of the application of this technic over a three year period.

Baker, Robert    Case report.

Margolis, Herbert I.    Distal en masse correction of buccal segments in Class II relation using the ACCO appliance.

Buchin, Irving    Case report.

Haugh, Francis A.    Clinical cephalometrics – progress.

Eskew, Harold    Case report

Peterson, Howard W.    Efficient practice management..Why?

Sturman, Henry A.    In search of a formula, or requiem for the four bicuspids.

Kerrigan, James    Case report

Swain, Brainerd F.    Positional changes of roots following orthodontic treatment.

May 17-18, 1964. Washington D.C. *

Cadman, George    Time requirements in treatment.

Hoffman, Paul    Uprighting the lower second molar.

Mosmann, Walter    Case report.

Strang, Robert H.W.    Basic principles are still important.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    Technic for retracting canines and paralleling roots using known forces.

DiSalvo, Nicholas A.    The oriented vertico-submental roentgenogram.

Alexander, Lawrence G.    Case report.

Brandt, Sidney    Begg technic – third stage.

Cote, Earl    Chairside time and motion.

Sorenson, Otto    Table clinic – Effects of reverse torque.

Margolis, Herbert I.    Table clinic – Three interesting cases.

Cadman, George R.    Table clinic – A quick and easy retainer.

Hoffman, Paul    Table clinic – A simplified recall system.

Peterson, Howard W.    Table clinic – Office communication.

Mosmann, Walter    Table clinic – Precautions with the Begg technic.

Kerrigan, James P.    Table clinic – A simplified clinical method of measuring pseudo-relationship of mandible to maxilla.

May 2-3, 1965. Boston, Mass. *

Moorrees, Coenraad F.    Principles of diagnosis.

Shapiro, Everett    Variables in case analysis.

Brown, Donald S.    A combination of Begg-Edgewise technique.

Chavoor, Ashur    Orthodontics for adults.

Kerrigan, James P.     Indirect technique for bracket placement.

Gilley, Philip, Jr.    A round wire technique incorporating edgewise principles.

Eskew, Harold A.    A counseling program for the orthodontic office – progress report.

May 22-23, 1966. Washington, D.C. *

Peterson, Howard W.    Mandibular resection.

Joule, William R.    Teeth were extracted.

Dimond, Howard D.    Administrative efficiency in the practice of orthodontics.

Margolis, Herbert I.    Applied clinical cephalometrics.

Safirstein, G. Richard    Condemned, carious or missing molars.

May14-15, 1967. Boston, Mass. *

Cadman, George R.    Formation and adjustment of appliances used in the first stage of Begg technique.

Sage, Willis F.    Full band coverage technique.

Hoffman, Paul    Does prolonged retention cause root resorption?

Cohen, Wilfred E. Mechano-therapy in Class II, Division 1 cases.

Alexander, Lawrence G.    Some observations on the linear and angular relationship of the incisors to the facial line in normal occlusion and in Class II, Division 1 malocclusion.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    The use of light edgewise wires with the edgewise arch appliance.

Galblum, Harry S.    Class II, Division 1 correction.

Mosmann, Walter H.    Begg can too.

Thompson, Will M. Jr.; Cadman, George; Shapiro, Everett    Panel discussions – factors in Class II, Division 1 relapse.

April 21-22, 1968. Washington, D.C. *

Cetlin, Norman M.    Treatment of non-extraction cases using Begg principles of light differential forces.

Cote, Earl F.    Facial balance in treatment.

Hodges, Ralph W.    Dental occlusal changes incident to mandibular immobilization in scoliosis treatment.

Horowitz, Sidney L.    The orthodontist’s responsibility in the treatment of facial deformities.

Fried, Kenneth H.    A cephalometric appraisal of mandibular growth and response to widening of the palate with the Haas appliance.

Kelley, Thomas J.    Management of mandibular prognathism by orthodontic and surgical approach.

Strang, Robert H.W.    Are retaining appliances always essential?

Swain, Brainerd F.    Overcorrection as a factor in stability.

Horowitz, Sidney L.    Reporting orthodontic treatment results.

May 18-19, 1969. New York, N.Y. *

Shapiro, Everett    The facial skeleton, the dentition and soft tissue balance.

DiSalvo, Nicholas A.    The orthodontic-surgical management of mandibular prognathism.

Safirstein, G. Richard    Overcorrection in the Begg technique.

Buchin, Irving; Brandt, Sidney; Alexander, Lawrence; Cadman, George    Case reports – slide presentation

Dimond, Howard D.    The use of cinefluoroscopy in determining palatal in sufficiency in clef palate and special defect cases.

Kerrigan, James P.    Cephalometric comparison and analysis of effects of various headgears.

Gilley, Philip F. M., Jr.     A recent radiographic study of root resorption in treated malocclusions.

Moorrees, Coenraad F. A.    Changes in the face and dentition between 18 and 35 years of age.

Cetlin, Norman; Chavoor, Ashur; Cohen, Wilfred    Case reports – slide presentations.

Brown, Donald S.    Finishing and retention, orthodontic stepchildren.

Galblum, Harry; Haugh, Francis, Hawley, Carlotta; Hoffman, Paul; Hodges, Ralph; Joule, William    Case reports – slide presentation.

Eskew, Harold A.    Increasing mandibular arch length.

Ackerman, James    The characteristics of malocclusion – an approach to classification and diagnosis.

Cote, Earl; Margolis, Herbert; Mosmann, Walter    Case reports – slide presentations.

May 17-18, 1970. Washington, D.C. *

Peck, Harvey    A concept of facial esthetics.

Hodges, Ralph W.     Simplifying Begg with the PBM Unit.

Hoffman, Paul    The memory of orthodontic wire.

Thompson, Will M., Jr.    Structured and non-structured orthodontics.

Cadman, George R.    Second bicuspid extractions.

Chavoor, Ashur G.    Adult orthodontics (continued).

Margolis, Herbert I.    A discussion of practical cephalometrics.

Moorrees, Coenraad F. A.    Post-adolescent changes in the face and dentition.

Mosmann, Walter H.    Uprighting cuspids and bicuspids.

Cohen, Wilfred E.    Treatment without bands.

May 22-23, 1971. New York, N.Y. *

Moynihan, Frederick M.    Assessment and treatment of maxillo-facial deformities.

Buchin, Irving    Basic guidelines for edgewise treatment.

Cote, Earl F.    Practice control.

Davidson, Herbert H.    Retraction of six anterior teeth as a unit.

Cetlin, Norman    Nonextraction.

Chavoor, Ashur    Adult orthodontic treatment, continued.

Swain, Brainerd F.    Comparison of rotation and over-rotation as factors in stability.

Keiper, Frederick M.    Class II, Division 1 malocclusion treatment with cervical anchorage.

Gianelly, Anthony A.    Some thoughts on the retention phase of orthodontics.

May 21-22, 1972. Boston, Mass. *

Ackerman, James L.    Taurodont, pyramidal and fused molar roots associated with other anomalies in a kindred.

Babineau, Arthur T.    Maxillary length in relation to anterior cranial base.

Brandt, Sidney    Selection of teeth for extraction.

Brown, Donald     Begg and edgewise in the same practice: selection of cases.

Dimond, Howard D. Orthodontic administration.

DiSalvo, Nicholas A.    Serial extraction: report of a case.

Eskew, Harold    Orthodontic management of the cleft palate patient.

Fried, Kenneth H.    Dentitional midline.

Galblum, Harry    Analysis of 100 consecutively treated cases.

Hughes, Herbert H.    Will she or won’t she?

Kelley, Thomas    A review of anodontia with case reports

Meyers, Milton J.    An approach to Class II, Division 2.

Safirstein, G. Richard    Exercise physiology.

March 17-18, 1973. New York, N.Y. *

Mosmann, Walter H.    Root movement in extraction cases – distance, time and angulation.

Eskew, Harold A.    Orthodontic management of the cleft palate patient.

DiStasio, Joseph G.    Electrosurgery in our orthodontic practice.

Gilley, Philip F. M., Jr.    Root resorption, a continuing study.

Cohen, Wilfred E.    Review of 15 board cases, 15-20 years after treatment
(will display 60 sets of models)

Cadman, George R.    Teaching Begg technique.

Moorees, Coenraad    New developments in cephalometrics.

Peck, Harvey    Dental anthropology for the clinical orthodontist.

Shapiro, Everett    Super-positioning.

March 23-24, 1974. Washington, D.C. *

Fogel, Maxwell S.    Something of interest, perhaps.

Suyehiro, Hito    Aesthetic considerations in the treatment of Asian Americans.

Moynihan, Frederick M.    Submerging molars.

Moorees, Coenraad    The study of facial growth.

Keiper, Frederick M.    Management of severely impacted mandibular second molars.

Cote, Earl F.    Some by edgewise, some by Begg – but you tell me by which.

Cetlin, Norman    The effects of muscular anchorage appliances on mandibular arch deficiencies.

Adler, Theodore    Considerations relating to the removal of maxillary second bicuspids in conjunction with mandibular first bicuspids as an aid in achieving certain orthodontic objectives.

Miller, Edward S.    Considerations in banding utilizing edgewise appliances.

Buchin, Irving    Clinical orthodontics.

Peck, Sheldon    Reproximation: clinical update and further studies.

Swain, Brainerd F.    The use of differential and equivalent resistance in Begg mechanics.

March 22-23, 1975. Boston, Mass. *

Brandt, Sidney    Some newer aspects of bonding.

Fried, Kenneth    Retention, first semester, freshman year.

Gianelly, Anthony A.    Orthodontics vs. orthopedics.

Galblum, Harry    Early treatment of Class III problems using chin caps.

Ackerman, James; DiSalvo, Nicholas; Kerrigan, James; Margolis, Herbert    Panel discussion – relationships with pedodontists, G.P.’s and orthodontic splinter groups.

Eskew, Harold    The role of the orthodontist in periodontal therapy.

Miller, Edward    Case report – Horizontally impacted maxillary central incisors.

Binder, Robert    Case report – Surgical correction of a maxillary prognathism and mandibular retrognathism, two stages.

Kelley, Thomas    Practice pearl: Correction of molar rotations.

Safirstein, G. Richard    Case report – Retreat!

Dimond, Howard    Practice pearl: Structured examination form.

Adler, Theodore    Practice pearl: A new look at a new friend.

Cadman, George; Fogel, Maxwell, Moorees, Coenraad; Shapiro, Everett; Swain, Brainerd    Panel disussion – Retention: is there any solution?

Babineau, T. Arthur; Brown, Donald; Cote, Earl; Gilley, Phillip    Panel discussion – The role of facial esthetics in treatment panning.

March 19-20, 1976. Rye, New York *

Dimond, Howard    The effect of fluoride in direct bonding.

Meyers, Milton J.    Class II, Division 2 continued.

Davidson, Herbert H.    Finishing and retention procedures.

Wallace, Frank H.    Headgear selection.

Kelley, Thomas    Orthodontics and genioplasty.

Peck, Harvey    Essentials of adult cosmetic orthodontics.

Gilley, Philip F. M., Jr.    Bonding, a review of the past and a look at the future.

Kerrigan, James P.    Interchange: deciduous to permanent dentition.

Gianelly, Anthony; Moorees, Coenraad; Fogel, Maxwell; Shapiro, Everett    Panel discussion – Orthodontic education

DiStasio, Joseph G.    Don’t worry about your thumb suckers.

March 26-27, 1977. Washington, D.C. *

Dale, Jack G.    Our shadow selves, our influence may fall where ‘er can never be.

Cohen, Wilfred E.    Case report – Success or failure?

Cetlin, Norman    Positioning upper incisors.

Hughes, Herbert    Management and motivation.

Babineau, Arthur; Buchin, Irving; Peck, Sheldon; Shapiro, Everett    Panel discussion: the nonextraction swing – its long-term implications for esthetics, stability, the patient and the orthodontist.

Binder, Robert E.    What it looks like, it isn’t.

Brown, Donald; Cote, Earl; Swain, Brainerd    Panel discussion: meeting format, meeting location, what have you.

Moorees, Coenraad F. A.    Factors controlling patterns of dental maturation.

Chavoor, Ashur    Orthodontics.

Valinoti, Joseph R., Jr.    An unusual case report – a growth failure.

March 31-April 1, 1978. Boston, Mass. *

Brandt, Sidney    How bonds are tested: some comparative statistics on several bonding materials.

Ackerman, James L.    The limited potential of preventive and interceptive orthodontia: results of a five year clinical study.

Miller, Edward S.    Know your oats.

Adler, Theodore    Brackets, wires and elastics.

DiSalvo, Nicholas    Transitional dentition treatment.

Brown, Donald    Orthodontic treatment, the lesser of evils.

Safirstein, G. Richard    Behavior modification for the difficult patient.

Fried, Kenneth    A concept of retention.

Eskew, Harold; Gilley, Philip; Cote, Earl    Panel discussion – iatrogenic problems in orthodontia; root resorption, TMJ, devitalization of the teeth, instability of the end results, calcification of canals, decalcification of enamel or scarring of enamel.

March 30-31, 1979. New York, N.Y. *

Shapiro, Everett    Pulsating forces in orthodontics. Published as:Orthodontic movement using pulsating force-induced piezoelectricity, Shapiro et al. Am Journal of Orthodontics , Volume 76 , Issue 1 , 59 – 66

Kerrigan, James    Preliminary report: orthopedic vertical dimension reduction.

Meyers, Milton J.    The development of the upper canine and its possible effect on its impaction.

Galblum, Harry    Case report of a father and two daughters.

Dale, Jack and Ackerman, James    Early treatment symposium.

Davidson, Herbert    Case report – myofunctional therapy

Dimond, Howard    Practice administration.

DiStasio, Joseph    Bite opening for use with an 018 edgewise.

Gianelly, Anthony    Concepts of mandibular rotation.

March 20-21, 1980. Washington, D.C. *

Conarck, S. Charles    Blood, hair and teeth.

Khouw, D.    Extraoral force revisited.

George, Raymond    A diagnostic adjunct in treatment the dentofacial deformity patient.

Peck, Sheldon    Clinical characteristics of patients with palatally impacted canines.

Fields, Robert S.    Patient cooperation.

Gildea, George T.    Light forces in Class II nonextraction treatment.

Tayer, Barton H.    Motivations and psychological implications of adult orthodontics.

Davidson, Herbert H.    Guidance for conservative surgical open-bite.

Moorrees, Coenraad F. A.    Changes in the untreated dentition between 13 and 17 years.

Buchin, Irving D.    Adult orthodontics.

Harris, Jacob    Periodontal considerations in adult treatment – case presentation.

March 26-27, 1981. Toronto, Canada *

Vanarsdall, Robert L., Jr.    Palatal expansion.

Miller, Edward S.    Observations as variables in prediction of non-cooperative patients.

Adler, Theodore    Unilateral headgear: some considerations and a new approach.

Meyers, Milton J.    The relationship of occlusal schemes to muscle function.

Safirstein, G. Richard    I have here in my hand.

Moynihan, Frederick M.    Mandibular advancement.

Binder, Robert D.    Orthodontic preclinical laboratory teaching.

Valinoti, Joseph R.    Retrusion of the mandibular dentition.

Servoss, Joel M.    Indirect bonding.

Brown, Donald S.    A sea of muscles.

Gianelly, Anthony A.    The condyle, the fossa and functional appliances.

Eskew, Harold A.    A clinical overlook of functional appliances in and edgewise practice – a “substitute for” or an “adjunct to” ?

Johnston, Lysle E., Jr.    The curious case of the chimerical condyle: comments on the adaptability of the TMJ.

March 25-27, 1982. Cambridge, Mass. *

Cote, Earl F.    The Frankel appliance.

Cohen, Wilfred E.    A comparison of diagnosis and treatment planning. (part 1)

Buchin, Irving; Eskew, Harold; George, Raymond; Gildea, George; Moorrees, Coenraad; Moynihan, Frederick; Valinoti, Joseph    Case reports

Dale, Jack G.    Trauma and its effect on orthodontic treatment.

DiStasio, Joseph G.    Rapid palatal expansion, a tool in certain maximum anchorage cases.

Swain, Brainerd F.    Roth straight wire mechanics in three stages.

Suyehiro, Hito    Selection of mandibular arch form.

DiSalvo, Nicholas A.    Surgical management of anterior open bite.

Brown, Donald S.    Muscle considerations in treatment of Class II, Division 2 malocclusion.

Galblum, Harry S.    Breaking away.

Meyers, Milton J.    The most ideal extractions – upper second bicuspids and lower first bicuspids.

Shapiro, Everett    Deep overbite.

Kerrigan, James and Chavoor, Ashur    Overview and comments on federal and state legislation affecting dentistry and orthodontics.

March 24-26, 1983. New York, N.Y. *

DeAngelis, Vincent    Lingual appliance.

Harris, Jacob    Lingual appliance.

Yogosawa, Fumio    Relationship of occlusal plane in Class II treatment.

Wallace, Frank H.    Conventional treatment of mid-face convexity.

Gron, Anne-Marie    Treatment of identical twins.

Cohen, Wilfred E.    A comparison of diagnosis and treatment planning of five selected cases (Part II).

Binder, Robert; Davidson, Herbert; DiSalvo, Nicholas; Eskew, Harold; Gianelly, Anthony; Vanarsdall, Robert    Case reports.

Khouw, D.    Maxillary protraction and Class III treatment.

Servoss, Joel M.    Stability of malocclusion treated to Class II molar relationship.

George, Raymond    Mandibular growth – with functional regulator, fact or fallacy?

Fields, Robert S.    A look at practicing today.

April 5-7, 1984. Washington, D.C. *

Smith, Vonnie    Temporomandibular joint considerations in diagnosis and treatment planning.

Peck, Sheldon    The mandibular incisors revisited.

Johnston, Lysle E., Jr.    The role of late mesial shifts in the development of centric slides.

Adler, Theodore    A couple of couples.

Buchin, Irving    Unusual orthodontic problems with atypical treatment procedures.

Gianelly, Anthony A.    A guess at one aspect of the growth factor in Class II correction.

Gildea, George    The mechanisms of rapid Class II correction.

March 28-20, 1985. Boston, Mass. *

Fried, Kenneth    Time and space responses in the maxillary midline following rapid palatal expansion.

Brown, Donald    Orthognathic surgery vs. orthopedic treatment in particular cases.

Conarck, S. Charles    Marketing – an important skill in the search of excellence in orthodontics.

DiSalvo, Nicholas    What is successful orthodontic treatment?

Galblum, Harry    Extractions of upper first bicuspids and lower second bicuspids.

Kerrigan, James    Economic forecast of future of orthodontics.

Miller, Edward    Mandibular anchorage using a pre-adjusted edgewise appliance.

Moynihan, Frederick    Maxillary frenum.

Cote, Earl    Maxillary expansion – surgical and/or rapid.

Safirstein, G. Richard    Some thoughts on light and radiation.

Tayer, Barton    Maxillary and mandibular second molar extractions.

Valinoti, Joseph    Why second molar attachments?

March 20-22, 1986. New York, N.Y. *

Northway, William    Differences in the response to treatment of Class II, Division1 malocclusion by high-pull activator and the Frankel bite regulator.

DiStasio, Joseph G.    The questionable relationship between patient cooperation and orthodontic treatment results.

Fields, Robert S.    Indications and technique of mandibular third molar enucleation between 10 and 15 years of age.

Yogosawa, Fumio    The effect of orthodontic treatment on chin morphology.

Swain, Brainerd F.    Five-year’s experience with the Roth modification of the Andrews straight wire appliance.

Smith, Vonnie    Adaptations to various occlusal relationships.

DeAngelis, Vincent    Cephalometric changes accompanying bite opening in adult lingual appliance treatment.

Risinger, Richard J.    Behavior sciences in orthodontics

Babineau, T. Arthur    Rapid palatal expansion for adult patients

Harris, Jacob    Difficult decisions in orthodontic treatment planning.

Chavoor, Ashur G.    New horizons in pediatric dentistry.

Gron, Anne-Marie    Assessment of growth potential in adolescents.

Gianelly, Anthony A.    Controversial aspects of condylar growth in the treatment of malocclusion.

Korn, Marcel    Treatment of the young through guidance of eruption and functional therapy.

March 19-21, 1987. Washington, D.C. *

Adler, Theodore    The use of light cured adhesives for bonding.

Binder, Robert    Magnetic tooth movement.

Brown, Donald    If I get it to you early you’re lucky.

Conarck, S. Charles    In one era, out the other.

George, Raymond    Surgical mandibular advancement stable or unstable.

Johnston, Lysle E., Jr.    The anatomical basis of clinical decision making.

Moorrees, Coenraad    Development of functional appliances.

Valinotti, Joseph    Interproximal reduction: an alternative and an approach.

Vanarsdall, Robert    Adult retreatment.

Davidson, Herbert    An historical review of orthograms and clinical exam on TMJ.

Musich, David    The evaluation of the use of Broadbent-Bolton templates as a treatment planning tool for patients with skeletal jaw disharmonies.

Peck, Sheldon    Lower incisor displacement – extract or expand?

Buchin, Irving; Chavoor, Ashur; Cohen, Wilfred; Cote, Earl; DiStasio, Joseph; Fried, Keneth; Gianelly, Anthony; Gildea, George; Khow, David; Safirstein, Richard; Tayer, Barton; Wallace, Frank    Case presentations – anterior and/or lateral open bite.

March 24 – 26, 1988. Boston, Mass. *

Khouw, Francis E.    Follow-up of maxillary protraction.

Briss, Barry S.    Steiner’s treatment objectives and the establishment of a pleasing facial profile.

Angorn, Robert    Post-treatment report.

Buchin, Irving D.    The increasing role of empiricism in orthodontics.

Ghafari, Joseph    Post-treatment report.

Kerrigan, James P.    Rhinomanometry and long lower face height.

Cangialosi, Thomas J.    Post-treatment report.

Safirstein, G. Richard    Psychological aspects of the TMJ syndrome.

Lombardi, A. Vincent    Post-treatment report.

Cote, Earl F.    Sleep apnea.

Rozene, Robert F.    Post-treatment report.

Gildea, George T.    TMJ considerations in orthodontics.

Gianelly, Anthony A.    Distal movement of molars with magnets.

Miller, Edward S.    Rapid palatal expansion and periodontal problems.

Tayer, Barton H.    The effect of facial muscle exercise.

Costanzo, Michael R.    Phase treatment for the young.

Dale, Jack G.    Assessment of occlusal planes.

Northway, William M.    Peer review.

March 17-19, 1989. New York , N.Y. *

Yogosawa, Fumio    The soft tissue profile changes concurrent with orthodontic treatment.

Moynihan, Frederick M.    The design of the maxillofacial surgical correction.

Valinoti, Joseph R., Jr.    Case report.

Northway, William    Case report.

Korn, Marcel    Sometimes a dual bite? Let’s talk about it!

Kerrigan, James P.    Case report.

Kelly, Michael    The anatomy of a smile.

Johnston, Lysle E., Jr.    The perception of esthetic improvement as a function of initial facial form and the details of treatment.

Harris, Jacob    The use of endosseous implants as abutments for orthodontic tooth movement.

Peck, Sheldon    Case report.

Gron, Anne-Marie    Back to basics: the transpalatal bar.

Ghafari, Joseph    Early treatment of distoclusions – comparison of alternatives.

Fried, Kenneth H.    Cephalometrics without x-rays.

DiStasio, Joseph    A non-extraction case report: subtitle: I would have extracted a few years ago.

George, Raymond    Case report.

DeAngelis, Vincent    Evaluation of scientific foci in the northeast – a thirty year perspective.

Dale, Jack G.    Case report.

Vanarsdall, Robert L., Jr.    Lecture – Treatment planning for the vertical dimension at the University of Pennsylvania.

Babineau, T. Arthur    Case report.

Gianelly, Anthony A.    Lecture – Treatment planing for the vertical dimension at Boston University.

Binder, Robert E.    Elastic traction – a stress strain comparison on several commercially available products.

Adler, Theodore    Case Report.

Cangiolosi, Thomas    Lecture – Treatment planning for the vertical dimension at Columbia University.

March 15-17, 1990. Washington, D.C. *

Adler, Theodore    Biomechanics – further, furtive coupling.

Babineau, T. Arthur    Retirement – planning ahead while looking back.

Peck, Leena    Case report.

Cangialosi, Thomas J.    Esthetic considerations in surgical orthodontic treatment planning.

Costanzo, Michael    Case report.

Fields, Robert S.    Thirty years of practice – where from? where to?

Miner, R. Matthew    Case report.

George, Raymond    Arthroscopy of the temporomandibular joint.

Peck, Sheldon    A study of smile line variations.

Gildea, George T.    Case report.

Harris, Jacob Endosseous implants anchorage (preliminary report).

Ghafari, Joseph    Debonding ceramic brackets – mechanical and SEM study.

Rozene, Robert F.    Parent and patients response to our orthodontics.

Vanarsdall, Robert L., Jr.    Gingival procedures to enhance stability and esthetics.

Sanders, Charles F., Jr.    Case report.

Musich, David F.    Esthetic, mechanical and treatment management features of the speed bracket.

Kelly, Michael F.    Case report – Class II, Division 1 nonextraction.

Khouw, Francis E. David    Case report.

Briss, Barry    Case report – Class, Division2 nonextraction.

Conarck, S. Charles    The role of leadership in the metamorphosis of the benevolent dictator.

Valinoti, Joseph R., Jr.    Mandibular incisor extraction therapy.

Cederquist, K. Robert    Case report.

Safirstein, G. Richard    Case report.

March 14-16, 1991. Boston, Mass. *

Wallert, William    Comparative facial changes utilizing functional appliances versus headgear.

Fisher, Thomas    Case presentation.

Cederquist, Robert    Two experimental assessments of functional treatment in the animal model.

Briss, Barry    Phase I treatment with the bionator.

Gianelly, Anthony    Functional and fixed appliances – is there a difference?

Korn, Marcel    The goal: proper mandibular posture; art or science?

Cangialosi, Thomas J.    Orthodontics, malocclusion, and TMJ dysfunction.

Solomon, David    Case presentation.

Johnston, Lysle E., Jr.    Conventional orthodontics and the TMJ.

Khouw, Francis E. David    Treatment goals and treatment philosophy: member input.

Brandt, Sidney    Various ideas for planning future financial security.

Brennan, James    Case presentation.

Safirstein, G. Richard    New faces of 1991.

Valinoti, Joseph J., Jr.    Case report.

Tayer, Barton H.    Three diagnostic aids in the extraction/nonextraction decision: Bolton index, space available, space needed, and diagnostic set-up.

Miller, Edward S.    Short and long term follow-up on periodontal changes of cases treated with RPE.

DeAngelis, Vincent    Projected report of a “borderline extraction/nonextraction case”

Gildea, George T.    A mixed dentition approach to nonextraction treatment.

Opin, Perry    Case presentation.

Northway, William    Stability of Le Fort I vertical corrections.

Cisneros, George    Case presentation.

Kerrigan, James P.    Update on nasal disease.

Costanzo, Michael    Case report – Class II, Division 1, high angle openbite.

Musich, David R.    Case report – VME, condylar ankylosis, and facial asymmetry.

March 19-21, 1992. New York, N.Y. *

Moorrees, Coenraad    A perspective of orthodontic diagnosis.

Valinoti, Joseph R.    Faces and facts – extraction and nonextraction.

Musich, David R.    Orthodontic re-treatment: lessons learned.

Korn, Marcel    Growth and development of the orthodontist -or- consultants, confusion and change.

Vanarsdall, Robert, Jr.    Problem of ankylosed teeth.

Khouw, Francis E. David    Failures in surgical advancement cases.

Costanzo, Michael    Reflections on the ANB angle.

Cangialosi, Thomas    An evaluation of changes resulting from growth and/or treatment effects in Class II, Division1 malocclusion – using the finite element method analysis.

Peck, Leena     Canine transposition – definition, associations and speculations.

George, Raymond    The efficacy of diagnosis and treatment planning with digigraph.

Kelly, Michael    Enamel decalcification and bracket size: a clinical study.

Brennan, James    Universal precautions – a moral imperative or a flea in your ear – overview of a phenomenon.

Gianelly, Anthony; Brennan, James; George, Raymond    Seminar: Current sterilization procedures in orthodontics.

March 24-27, 1993. Washington, D.C. *

Dale, Jack G.    Stability is orthodontics.

Cederquist, Robert    The swinging pendulum in orthodontic teaching.

Vanarsdall, Robert L., Jr.    Dental stability of the surgically assisted rapid palatal expansion.

Cangialosi, Thomas J.    Accuracy of computer generated prediction tracings.

Safirstein, G. Richard    Dentistry, orthodontics and the Eastern component, 1960-1993.

DeAngelis, Vincent    A forty year journey from Begg to straight wire; have we lost our way?

Solomon, David M.    Orthodontics and TMD.

Swain, Brainerd F.    Evolution of the edgewise bracket: a functional viewpoint.

Shapiro, Everett    Extraction vs. nonextraction: the decision.

Miner, Matthew R.    The lingual appliance.

Kelly, Michael    Management of unerupted maxillary canines.

Ghafari, Joseph    Identification of condylar anatomy effects the evaluation of mandibular growth.

Cote, Earl    An assessment of the status of the practice of orthodontics in North America from the viewpoint of an Angler who has travelled extensively to orthodontic society meetings during this past year.

March 16-19, 1994. Cambridge, Mass. *

Davidovitch, Ze’ev    Localization of calcitonin gene-related peptide in paradental tissue during tooth movement.

Ghafari, Joseph    Somatic growth and occlusal changes in early treatment of Class II, Division 1 malocclusions.

Northway, William    Surgically-assisted maxillary expansion: a comparison of techniques, stability and morbidity. Published as: Surgically assisted rapid maxillary expansion: A comparison of technique, response, and stability. The Angle Orthodontist: August 1997, Vol. 67, No. 4, pp. 309-320

Brennan, James    Tooth position in the post-orthodontic patient. A discussion on the natural forces that affect tooth position – or, “Who’s the boss?”

Miller, Edward    “Hats off”.

Johnston, Lysle Jr.    A formal analysis of the surgical decision.

Yogosawa, Fumio    Evaluating orthodontic treatment; are we really making any progress?

Fields, Robert    A clinician’s look at early treatment.

Swain, Brainerd F.    Evolution of the edgewise bracket; a functional viewpoint.

March 24-26, 1995. New York, N.Y. *

Efstratiadis, Stella    Gingival crevicular fluid levels of Interleukin 1b (IL-1b) and beta-glucuronidase (BG) in young patients undergoing rapid palatal expansion.

Davidovitch, Ze’ev    The involvement of Interleukin 1a in the transmission of orthodontic forces to paradental cells.

Rigali, Paul    The effectiveness of pantomography in identifying asymmetries of the mandibular ramus and condyle.

Shapiro, Everett    Clinical orthodontics and the research laboratory.

Adler, Theodore    Edward H. Angle and extractions; a contemporary look at an old controversy.

Gianelly, Anthony    One stage vs. two stage treatment.

Orchin, Jeremy    Clinical experiences with the Speed appliance.

Taylor, Donald    The Frankel appliance construction and therapy revisited.

Anstendig, Howard    Modifying behavior to stop thumb-fingersucking habits.

Evans, Carla    Psychometric assessment of facial appearance.

Phillis, Hugh    Comparative review of imaging and computerized cephalometric diagnostic systems.

Peck, Leena    A model of malocclusion: tooth transposition.

March 28-31, 1996. Annapolis, Maryland *

Davidovitch, Ze’ev    Causes of root resorption in orthodontically treated patients.

Evans, Carla    Orthodontic bonding with glass ionomer cements.

Fischer, Thomas    Goals of pre-surgical orthodontic treatment.

Nicolay, Olivier    Levels of Interleukin 1-Beta in stressed TMJ.

Khouw, David    Thoughts on early treatment of Class II.

Efstratiadis, Stella    Levels of inflammatory mediators in the gingival crevicular fluid during palatal expansion.

Korn, Marcel    An alternative mode of managing CO/CR discrepancies.

Miner, Matthew    Orthodontics and approaches to rotational relapse.

Northway, William    Pearl: An ode to Robert E. Moyers, mixed dentition analysis revisited.

Taylor, Donald    Pearl: Slenderizing lower incisors.

Costanzo, Michael    Pearl: Electrosurgery in an orthodontic practice.

Fischer, Thomas    Pearl: Anterior extrusion arches.

Korn, Marcel    Pearl: Molar rotation with maxillary lip bumpers.

Adler, Theodore; Peck, Sheldon; Babineau, Arthur; Cote, Earl    Panel: Leadership, the Angle Society and the future of the specialty of orthodontics.

Ghafari, Joseph    Timing considerations in the early treatment of Class II, Division 1 malocclusion.

Dale, Jack    Orthodontics in China – state of the art 1994.

April 10-13, 1997. Montreal, Canada *

Efstratiadis, Stella    The effects of orthodontic treatment and differential growth evaluated by regional superimposition.

Nicholay, Olivier    A study of the adult smile.

Greco, Peter    An electromyographic comparison of temporalis and masseter activity in splint therapy.

Evans, Carla    Congenital midface dysmorphogenesis.

Musich, David    Phase I Class III treatment: successes and failures.

Valinoti, Joseph    An orthodontic perspective: 1946 to 1997.

Cognata, Michael    A review of digital photography for orthodontic records.

Safirstein, Richard    Expect the unexpected.
Davidovitch, Ze’ev    Involvement of tumor necrosis factor in force-induced remodeling of paradental tissues.

Melsen, Birte    Possibilities and limitations in tissue reaction related to orthodontic treatment.

Korn, Marcel    Pearl: The non-resorbing deciduous root.

Binder, Robert    Pearl: Torque, torque, torque.

Taylor, Donald    Pearl: Bonding headgear attachments.

Fischer, Thomas    Pearl: Management of the Jones jig.

Kelly, Michael    Pearl: Uprighting second molars.

March 12-15, 1998. Boston, Mass. *

DeAngelis, Vincent    The rational for maxillary second premolar extraction to resolve the adult ClassII, Division 1 & 2 malocclusions.

Nicolay, Olivier    The effects of ethinyl estradiol on tooth movement and resorption in rats.

Anstendig, Howard    A surgical and non-surgical retrospective treatment study of twins: a case report.

Dale, Jack    Case presentation: a case failure.

Evans, Carla    Detection of dentin matrix protein1 and dentin phosphophoryn in gingival crevicular fluid of orthodontic patients.

Phyllis, Hugh    Maxillary cuspid impaction – prediction and prevention.

Laine-Alava, Maija    Speech disorders in relation to other orofacial dysfunctions and malocclusions.

Efstratiadis, Stella    Cephalometric evaluation of headgear and functional regulator treatment.

Orchin, Jeremy    Clinical applications of the twin block functional appliance.

Briss, Barry    Case presentation: a case failure.

Northway, William    Autogenic dental transplants: an update.

Taylor, Donald    The role of physiotherapy in management of TMD.

Fischer, Thomas    Case presentation: a case failure.

March 18-21, 1999. Providence, R.I. *

Brennan, James    Outcomes assessment.

Melsen, Birte    Extradental intraoral anchorage.

Bowman, S. Jay    More than just lip service: facial esthetics and the extraction decision.

Binder, Robert    An in vivo comparison of a hydrophilic and hydrophobic bonding adhesive.

Costanzo, Michael    Class II correction utilizing Herbst and edgewise appliances: cephalometric and soft tissue appraisals.

Will, Leslie    Dental development and stature in children with cleft palate.

DiBattista, Michel    Elastomeric torque in upper incisors.

Apt, Kolman    Management of impacted second molars.

Moin, Kambiz    Clinical and cephalometric evaluation of buccal shields.

Briss, Barry – Tufts University.
Vanarsdall, Robert – University of Pennsylvania
Efstratiadis, Stella – Columbia University
Binder, Robert – University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey
Johnston, Lysle – University of Michigan
Evans, Carla – University of Illinois at Chicago
Will, Leslie – Harvard University
“What’s new at the university” presentations, and panel discussion on gaining and retaining qualified orthodontic faculty.

Khouw, David     Decisions, dilemmas and compromises.

Laine-Alava, Maija    Can we predict functional problems in orthodontic patients from early childhood to adolescence?

Nicolay, Olivier    Craniofacial skeleton of mice lacking IGF-1 analysis by the procrustis and micro element methods.

DeFranco, David     The effect of skeletal divergency on mandibular shape.

April 5-8, 2000. Elbow Beach, Bermuda *

Gianelly, Anthony    The role of maxillary lip position in diagnosis and treatment planning.

Briss, Barry    Dental arch width response to headgear/lip bumper treatment.

Korn, Marcel    Maxillary molar rotation in diagnosis and treatment planning.

Peck, Sheldon    Interrelated dental anomalies and their orthodontic significance.

Valinoti, Joseph    Table clinic – mandibular extraction therapy revisited.

Cangiolosi, Thomas    Anterior open bites revisited.

Laine-Alava, Maija    Diagnosing nasal impairment during growth.

Musich, David    Orthodontic failures: what lessons can we learn from 100 retreatment cases.

Cole, William    Reported versus measured compliance with cervical headgear.

Barone, Nicholas     Air rotor stripping.

Vanarsdall, Robert    Periodontal attachment response to air-rotor stripping in the adolescent male macaque Rhesus.

Greco, Peter    Inhalation risks in orthodontic practice.

Melsen, Birte    Tissue reaction to orthodontic tooth movement in patients on long and short term corticosteroids.

Miner, Matthew    Meta-analysis of dental arch form.

March 8-11, 2001. Philadelphia, Penn. *

Peck, Leena    Facial aging – quantitative soft tissue changes.

Melsen, Birte    Anchorage: an important issue.

George, Raymond    Stainless steel Herbst.

Brennan, James    Orthognathic case report – success/failure.

Fisher, Thomas    Enhanced adherence; a prospective pilot study.

Johnston, Lysle    Treatment needs from the patient’s perspective.

DeAngelis, Vincent    Reflections on the clinical management of the congenitally missing maxillary lateral incisor and mandibular second premolar.

Anstendig, Howard    Orthognathic case report – success/failure.

Rigali, Paul    There is a worm in my Apple.

Will, Leslie    Efficacy of palatal expansion utilizing two different appliance techniques.

Phillis, Hugh    Orthognathic case report – success/failure.

Korn, Marcel    Slide presentation – a look back.

Laine-Alava, Maija    Are speech problems in cleft palate patients really due to clefts?

Cognata, Michael    Bonding and de-bonding of orthodontic attachments – revisited.

Apt, Kolman    Orthognathic case report – success/failure.

Efstratiades, Stella    Knockout of the growth hormone receptor gene causes craniofacial abnormalities.

April 18-21, 2002. Toronto, Canada *

Miner, Matthew    Arch asymmetry – dental and skeletal asymmetry in adults with maxillary transverse deficiency.

Will, Leslie    Facial growth in children with clefts treated with active pre-operative orthopedics.

Nicolay, Oliver    Diagnosis and treatment planning using plaster and computer generated study models.

Gerkhardt, Klaus    Lingual versus labial appliances.

Moin, Kambis    High technology in the orthodontic office.

Fasy, James    Long term study of protraction — does it work?

Evans, Carla    Ultrasound accelerated mandibular incisor formation and eruption in osteo-distracted rabbit mandibles.

Bishara, Samir    Transposition of mandibular canines.

Taylor, Donald    The effect of directional pull headgear on the eruption of the maxillary canines.

Vanarsdall, Robert    Basal bone response to functional orthopedic treatment in the transverse dimension.

Barone, Nicholas     Public health insurance plans – who participates and why?

Johnston, Lysle    Critical examination of the American Board of Orthodontists grading system.

March 26-30, 2003. St. Petersburg, Florida *

Will, Leslie    Craniofacial effects of anticonvulsant drugs.

Chung, Chun-Hsi    Craniofacial growth in untreated Class I subjects with low, average, and high mandibular plane angles – a longitudinal study. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2003;124:670-8

Cordray, Frank    A 3-D analysis of models articulated in the seated condylar posiion from a deprogrammed asymptomatic population.

Bishara, Samir    Toothsize – arch length discrepancy in the primary dentition: a comparison between contemporary and historical samples.

Ghafari, Joseph    Esthetic limitations of dentofacial orthopedics: surgery vs. growth.

Cole, William    Parental perceptions of their children’s orthodontic treatment.

Phillis, Hugh    Manual vs. digital cephalometric superimpositions.

Bowman, Jay    Evaluation of maxillary molar distalization with the distal jet: a comparison with other contemporary methods.

Melsen, Birte    Orthodontic implants open new possibilities for adult patients.

Evans, Carla    Some effects of pulsed ultrasound on mandibular distraction in rabbits.

April 1-4, 2004. Boston, Mass. *

Ferguson, Donald    Alveolar corticotomy to facilitate rapid orthodontic treatment.

Khouw, David    My limited experiences with distraction osteogenesis, an interesting adjunctive technique for the orthodontist.

Orchin, Jeremy    Facial esthetics and orthognathic surgery: more than “put your plaster on the table”.

Chung, Chun-Hsi    Skeletal and dental changes in the sagittal, vertical and transverse dimensions following rapid palatal expansion. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2004;126:569-75

Ghafari, Joseph    Esthetic limitations of maxillofacial orthopedics.

Arai, Kazuhito    Preformed NiTi arch wires: do they represent nature or something else?  Publised as: Commercially available archwire forms compared with normal dental arch forms in a Japanese population. Oda S, Arai K, Nakahara R. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2010 Apr;137(4):520-7. doi: 10.1016/j.ajodo.2008.04.025

Vermette, Michael    Comparison of intra-arch measurements on E-models versus plaster orthodontic study models.

Bishara, Samir    The effect of tooth bleaching on the shear bond strength of orthodontic brackets and its critical implications.

Efstratiadis, Stella    Evaluation of the ABO model analysis using digital dental cases.

DeFranco, David    Matrix GLA protein gene expression in rat mandibular condyle during development and under compressive forces.

Will, Leslie    Mouse tooth movement as a model for bone remodeling.

Trotman, Carroll-Ann    Visual and statistical modeling for facial movements in patients with cleft lip.

Apt, Kolman    Are you hip-a-nough?

DiBattista, Michel    Third molars, a dynamic evaluation.

Barrett, Elizabeth    Clinical pearl: applied science – a systematic approach to fee calculation.

March 30-April 3, 2005. Philadelphia, Penn.

Brennan, James    How the ACCO really works.

Musich, David    The “threshold”: limits of non-surgical treatment for the Class III patient.

Bishara, Samir    Fluoride release rate from an orthodontic sealant and its clinical implications.

Chung, Chun-Hsi    Transverse growth of the maxilla & mandible in untreated females with low, average, and high MP-SN angles: a longitudinal study. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2005;128:716-23.

Arai, Kazuhito    Ethnic differences in tooth-crown inclinations: one bracket formula cannot fit all patients.

Rigali, Paul    Prevalence of osteoarthritis in an adolescent population.

Cangiolosi, Thomas    Case complexity as measured by the ABO discrepancy index.

Briss, Barry    Outcomes assessment of treatment in Tufts ortho clinic using the ABO evaluation method.

Kondo, Etsuko    Treatment of malocclusions with short or excessive vertical dimension.

Haisraeli-Shalish, Miriam    Etiology of tooth malposition: the lower second premolar. Published as: Angular Changes and Their Rates in Concurrence to Developmental Stages of the Mandibular Second Premolar, Atalia Wasserstein, Naphtali Brezniak, Miri Shalish, Moshe Heller and Meir Rakocz, The Angle Orthodontist Jun 2004, Vol. 74, No. 3 (June 2004) pp. 332-336

Ardesha, Anil    Staining characteristics of orthodontic elastomers.

Garcia, Robert    The secondary effects of dental appliances for mandibular advancement in the adult treatment of obstructive sleep apnea.

Bronsky, Mark    Bridging the gap between automated and manual treatment planning – the thorough digital solution.

Trotman, Carroll-Ann    Lip forces in patients with repaired cleft lip: implications for function.

George, Raymond    Overview of the AAO’s stance regarding OEC and the future of graduate ortho programs.

March 30-April 3, 2005. Philadelphia, Penn. *

Brennan, James    How the ACCO really works.

Musich, David    The “threshold”: limits of non-surgical treatment for the Class III patient.

Bishara, Samir    Fluoride release rate from an orthodontic sealant and its clinical implications.

Chung, Chun-Hsi    Transverse growth of the maxilla & mandible in untreated females with low, average, and high MP-SN angles: a longitudinal study. Dawn M. Wagner, Chun-Hsi Chung, Am J of Orthod and Dentofacial Ortho 2005, Vol. 128, Issue 6, p716–723

Arai, Kazuhito    Ethnic differences in tooth-crown inclinations: one bracket formula cannot fit all patients.

Rigali, Paul    Prevalence of osteoarthritis in an adolescent population.

Cangiolosi, Thomas    Case complexity as measured by the ABO discrepancy index.

Briss, Barry    Outcomes assessment of treatment in Tufts ortho clinic using the ABO evaluation method.

Kondo, Etsuko    Treatment of malocclusions with short or excessive vertical dimension.

Haisraeli-Shalish, Miriam    Etiology of tooth malposition: the lower second premolar.

Ardesha, Anil    Staining characteristics of orthodontic elastomers.

Garcia, Robert    The secondary effects of dental appliances for mandibular advancement in the adult treatment of obstructive sleep apnea.

Bronsky, Mark    Bridging the gap between automated and manual treatment planning – the thorough digital solution.

Trotman, Carroll-Ann    Lip forces in patients with repaired cleft lip: implications for function.

George, Raymond    Overview of the AAO’s stance regarding OEC and the future of graduate ortho programs.

March 28-April 2, 2006. Washington, D.C. *

Peck, Leena    Tooth shape variations from the orthodontist’s perspective.

Chamberland, Sylvain    Expansion stability of SARPE compared to segmental LeFort I osteotomy. Published under this title: Closer Look at SARPE, J Oral Maxillofac Surg 2008, 66:1895-2000.

Chung, Chun-Hsi    Relationships between arch widhs and mandibular pane angle in untreated males. European Journal of Orthodontics 30 (2008) 288–29.

Moin, Kambiz    Making high tech high touch.

Briss, David    Maxillary skeletal width in patients with and without crossbite.

Korn, Marcel    Redirection of eruption in middle mixed dentition.

Garcia, Robert    The effect of general anesthesia on CR position during surgery.

Trotman, Carroll-Ann    Smile analysis and quantification of impaired movement.

Fischer, Thomas    Adjunctive use of corticotomy for palatally impacted canines.

Fasy, James    Selecting Class III patients for successful protraction therapy.

Arai, Kazuhito    Perfecting archwire form: can an equation be better than the eye? Published as: Subjective classification and objective analysis of the mandibular dental-arch form of orthodontic patients. Arai K, Will LA. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2011 Apr;139(4):e315-21. doi: 10.1016/j.ajodo.2009.12.032

Cognata, Michael    Dental caries & periodontal changes with and without orthodontics.

Greco, Peter    Airborne bacterial contaminants generated by debonding procedures.

Haisraeli-Shalish, Miriam    Orthodontic tooth movement in mutant mice.

Taylor, Donald    Effect of functional therapy on maxillary canine eruption.

March 28-April 1, 2007. Boston, Mass. *

Kazuhito, Arai    Extract or expand? Published as: Mandibular arch form: the relationship between dental and basal anatomy. Ronay V, Miner RM, Will LA, Arai K. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2008 Sep;134(3):430-8. doi: 10.1016/j.ajodo.2006.10.040.

Bronsky, Mark    Soft tissue response to extractions.

Trotman, Carroll-Ann    Effect of cleft lip revision surgery on circumoral movements.

Garcia, Robert     Cephalometric evaluations of patients with obstructive sleep apnea.

Santoro, Margherita    Clinical evaluation of incidence of root resorption.

Nicolay, Olivier    Assessing the periodontal status using orthodontic versus periodontal records.

Ghafari, Joseph    Therapeutic and developmental maxillary orthopedics.

Tanguay, Daniel    Skeletal changes after rapid palatal expansion.

Voudouris, John    Optimizing treatment using ceramic interactive self ligation.

DeFranco, David    Computerized mesh diagram analysis of orthodontic surgical patients.

Bolender, Yves    Elliptical Fourier analysis of symphyseal shape during growth.

Barone, Nicholas    Camouflage, comprise and ethics.

Vanarsdall, Robert    Controlling vertical dimension with bone screws.

March 5-9, 2008. Charleston, S.C. *

Kyung, Hee-Moon    Micro-implant course.

Bowman, Jay    A spike in the ice: a new angle for anchorage.

Laine-Alava, Maija    Pain during orthodontic treatment with fixed appliances.

Cole, William    Clinical efficacy of antimicrobial ligature ties.

Todd, Anne     Comparison of palatally displaced canines.

Cordray, Frank    Three dimensional analysis of articulated models.

Melsen, Birte    How has skeletal anchorage influenced orthodontics?

Ngan, Peter    Effects of tooth whitening on bond strengths of orthodontic brackets.

Santoro, Margherita    External root resorption related to orthodontic treatment – part II.

Garcia, Robert    Improving the clinical properties of resin modified ionomer cement.

Haisraeli-Shalish, Miriam    Malposition of unerupted mandibular second premolars.

Korn, Marcel    Thirty-seven great years of issues, questions, treatment and evidence.

Evans, Carla    What do you see when you look at a face?

Miner, Matthew    Untangling the transverse.

March 26-29, 2009. Newport, R.I. *

Ngan, Peter    Class III camouflage treatment: what are the limits?

Batastini, Paul    Evaluation of the ideal sagittal upper central incisor position on smile.

Haisraeli-Shalish, Miri    Infraocclusion: its clinical significance and relation to other dental anomalies.

Peltomaki, Timo    Stability of open bite correction by surgical-orthodontic treatment.

Chung, Chun-Hsi    Effects of rapid palatal expansion on the transverse dimension maxilla – a cone beam CT study. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2010;137:S79-85.

Santoro, Margherita    Correlation between apical root resorption and orthodontic mechanics.

Bolender, Yves    NiTi archwire characterization: cross-sectional dimensions and torsional properties.

Will, Leslie    Standards of facial esthetics.

Secchi, Antonino    Friction between self-ligating brackets/archwire couples during sliding mechanics.

Suri, Lokesh    Influence of patient head positioning on measured axial tooth inclination in panaramic radiography.

Vermette, Michael    Innovation R – versus micro-arch: a prospective clinical study.

Fischer, Thomas    Pearl: The curious case of the cantilevered canine.

Tanguay, Daniel    Pearl: Tips and tricks using the forsus appliance.

Moin, Kambiz    Pearl: Paperless and chartless.

Barone, Corine    Pearl: Dental pulp stem cells: the tooth fairy’s day job.

Moriyama, Keiji    Function and regulation of osteopontin during orthodontic tooth movement.

Musich, David    Alveolar collapse: orthodontic, periodontal, and restorative considerations.

March 25-28, 2010. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada *

Santoro, Margherita    External root resorption and root proximity to cortical bone.

Ngan, Peter    Stability of Class II treatment with the Herbst appliance in the early mixed dentition.

DiBattista, Michel    The mid-palatal suture opening width ration to the mechanical expansion increment using two types of rapid palatal expanders.

Schneider-Moser, Ute    Is the cant of the occlusal plane significant in the soft tissue outcome of Class II surgical treatment?

Spena, Raffaele    Class II treatment and periodontal accelerated osteogenic orthodontics.

Chamberland, Sylvain    Short and longterm stability of SARPE revisited. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop 2011;139:815-22.

Retrouvey, Jean-Marc    Orthodontic micro-implants: a cadaver study of implant anchoring strength, blood supply and implant bone placement.

Greco, Peter    Post-treatment tooth movement; for better or worse.

Kyung, Hee-Moon    Root contact during drilling for micro-implant placement.

Roy, Carl    A comparison of the diagnosis and treatment planning of impacted maxillary cuspids using 2D plane film and 3D cone beam CT imaging.

Cozzani, Mauro    The distal screw in comparison with other molar distalizing devices.

Secchi, Antonio    Resistance to sliding of self-ligating brackets/archwire couples in a simulated maxillary arch.

Rigali, Paul    Analysis of Class II subdivision cases using CBCT technology.

Binder, Robert    Pearl: Talk about torque.

Taylor, Donald    Pearl: Dealing with anterior openbite.

Bowman, Jay    Pearl: Early correction of pseudo Class III.

Barone, Nicholas    Pearl: Retention protocol.

March 24-27, 2011. Providence, R.I. *

Bolender, Yves    Differential scanning calorimetry of representative NiTi archwires.

Ngan, Peter    Stability of the WALA Ridge as a landmark for determining dental arch form.

Retrouvey, Jean-Marc    Analysis of malocclusions in osteogenesis imperfecta patients using dental casts and three-dimensional replicas.

Palomo, Marty    Measuring the airway in 3D: a reliability and accuracy study.

Cozzani, Mauro    Rapid maxillary expansion in the early mixed dentition and incisor alignment.

Secchi, Antonio    Resistance to sliding of different molar bracket tubes/archwire couples at different angulations.

Cognata, Michael    Treating with clear aligners – the elephant in the room.

Briss, David    Change in the sibilant sound production before, during and after RPE.

Moriyama, Keiji    Accuracy of orthodontic TAD implantation guided by surgical stent base on cone beam images.

Ghafari, Joseph    Vertical maxillary asymmetry.

Taylor, Donald    Class III in growing patients.

Wiltshire, William    Despite the “evidence”, is there still a place in orthodontics for growth modification of Class II malocclusions?

Spena, Raffaele    Comparison of four different RPE’s in early mixed dentition: early and late dental results.

Ardeshna, Anil    Comparison of external apical resorption with different appliances.

Northway, William    A few thoughts on anterior elastics.

Fischer, Thomas    The irrational orthodontist.

March 29-April 1, 2012. Boston, Mass. *

Tanguay, Daniel    Rapid palatal expansion and airway and initial diagnostic criteria using cone beam.

Ardeshna, Anil    The effect of repeated fluoride applications on demineralization observed in orthodontic patients.

Palomo, Marty    Three dimensional evaluation of upper airway following rapid maxillary expansion.

Haddad, Ramzi    New findings clarify craniofacial anatomy of Class III malocclusion.

De Franco, David    The multi-disciplinary treatment planning of patients requiring orthodontics and implants.

Wiltshire, William    Long-term arch form stability.

Retrouvey, Jean-Marc    Virtual orthodontics case study as a web-based clinical teaching tool.

Barone, Nicholas    Orthodontic pain management, do self-ligating brackets make a difference?

Secchi, Antonio    Resistance to sliding of active and passive self-ligating brackets after 6-18 weeks of leveling and alignment.

Bach, Normand    The effect of surgically assisted rapid palatal expansion as observed in a sleep laboratory.

Macari, Anthony    New insights on age related association between nasopharyngeal airway clearance and facial morphology.

Bronsky, Mark    A comparison of treatment times and ABO scores between patients undergoing direct bonding vs. indirect bonding utilizing the Orthocad/IQ method for indirect bonding.

Masoud, Mohamed    A prospective longitudinal evaluation of the relationship between changes in mandibular length and blood-spot IGF-1 measurements. Masoud MI, Marghalani HY, Masoud IM, Gowharji NF. Prospective longitudinal evaluation of the relationship between changes in mandibular length and blood-spot IGF-1 measurements. Am J Orthod Dentofacial Orthop. 2012;141(6):694-04.

Yamashiro, Takashi    Glial cells and orthodontic pain.

Vanarsdall, Robert    A comparison between rapid maxillary expansion with skeletal anchorage vs. bonded tooth-tissue born expanders using cone beam computerized tomography.

Moin, Kambiz    Management of ectopic and transposed canines.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eighty-one Years of Member Scientific Contributions at Meetings of the Eastern Component of The Edward H. Angle Society of Orthodontists


Angle East 1931 to 2012


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