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1.

THE CUTTING EDGE 3D-Printed Double-Wire Bracket for Anterior Alignment


GI-SUN BAE, PhD, YONG-IL KIM, PhD, SEONG-SIK KIM, PhD, SOO-BYUNG PARK, PhD, WOO-SUNG SON, PhD
VOLUME 51 : NUMBER 7 : PAGE 377 : Jul : 2017
The lingual orthodontic technique was first effectively marketed to the public in a 1979 People magazine article, documenting its development by the late Dr. Craven Kurz.1 In th

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THE CUTTING EDGE Effects of Photodynamic Therapy on the Clinical and Biomechanical Efficiency of Mini-Implants: A Randomized Controlled Trial


RAJ KUMAR MAURYA, MDS, ANKUR GUPTA, MDS, HARPREET SINGH, MDS, SURBHI THAKKAR, MDS, HARSH ASHOK MISHRA, MDS
VOLUME 51 : NUMBER 5 : PAGE 259 : May : 2017
Photobiomodulation (PBM) and photobiomodulation therapy (PBMT) are two terms we are hearing more about in our profession and other areas of health care. We see various devices, some over-the counte

3.

THE CUTTING EDGE Assessing the Accuracy of Indirect Bonding with 3D Scanning Technology


AYMAN EL NIGOUMI, BDS
VOLUME 50 : NUMBER 10 : PAGE 613 : Oct : 2016
In-house indirect bonding has been determined by the Schulman Study Group to be the most profitable method for appliance placement. Of course, that assumes the indirect bonding technique used by th

4.

THE CUTTING EDGE Trends in the Use of Digital Study Models and Other Technologies Among Practicing Orthodontists


JAE HYUN PARK, DMD, MSD, MS, PhD, JONNA LASLOVICH, DMD
VOLUME 50 : NUMBER 7 : PAGE 413 : Jul : 2016
In this month's Cutting Edge article, the authors evaluate the use of digital study models in daily orthodontic practice. They sent 31 questions to a random selection of 2,300 orthodontists, using

5.

THE CUTTING EDGE Invisalign Treatment Accelerated by Photobiomodulation


KENJI OJIMA, DDS, CHISATO DAN, DDS, YURIKO KUMAGAI, DDS, WERNER SCHUPP, DDS, PhD
VOLUME 50 : NUMBER 5 : PAGE 309 : May : 2016
This month's Cutting Edge article describes accelerated orthodontic treatment using photobiomodulation (PBM), a low-level light therapy that has been shown to accelerate bone and connective-tissue

6.

CUTTING EDGE Inexpensive Orthodontic Treatment with a Prescription Custom-Base System


JOHN PHAM, DDS, MS, ROBERT J. LEE, ANDRE WEISSHEIMER, DDS, PhD, GLENN T. SAMESHIMA, DDS, PhD, HONGSHENG TONG, DDS, PhD
VOLUME 50 : NUMBER 3 : PAGE 149 : Mar : 2016
This month's article describes an innovative combination of three-dimensional imaging software, cone-beam computed tomography (CBCT), and intraoral scanning that facilitates the placement of low-co

7.

THE CUTTING EDGE Long-Distance Orthodontic Treatment with Adjunctive Light Therapy


TIMOTHY G. SHAUGHNESSY, DDS, MS
VOLUME 49 : NUMBER 12 : PAGE 757 : Dec : 2015
Orthodontists are constantly looking for ways to improve the ease of treatment, patient comfort, and "throughput". Prescription bonded brackets and nickel titanium wires are just two examples of th

8.

THE CUTTING EDGE Accuracy of 3D Facial Models Obtained from CBCT Volume Wrapping


PRATIK PREMJANI, BDS, MSC, ANAS HASAN AL-MULLA, BDS, MSC, PhD, DONALD J. FERGUSON, DMD, MSD
VOLUME 49 : NUMBER 10 : PAGE 641 : Oct : 2015
The authors of this month's Cutting Edge column have taken on a question that I pondered several years ago: How accurate is a two-dimensional facial photograph that has been stretched" over a three

9.

THE CUTTING EDGE 3D-Printed Orthodontic Auxiliaries


S. FAYYAZ AHAMED, MDS, A.S. APROS KANNA, MDS, R.K. VIJAYA KUMAR, MDS
VOLUME 49 : NUMBER 5 : PAGE 337 : May : 2015
Subscribers: Please log in to download the complete PDF of this article.This month's column is the first in a series of articles describing the use of

10.

THE CUTTING EDGE Treatment Planning for Orthodontic-Restorative Cases with SureSmile Technology


RICHARD L. SCHECHTMAN, DDS
VOLUME 48 : NUMBER 10 : PAGE 639 : Oct : 2014
This column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor W. Ronald Redmond, DDS, MS.In the past, treatment planning for orthodontic- restorative cases required the us

11.

THE CUTTING EDGE A Customized Staging Procedure to Improve the Predictability of Space Closure with Sequential Aligners


HIROSHI SAMOTO, DDS, PHD, VICKI VLASKALIC, DDS, MDSc
VOLUME 48 : NUMBER 6 : PAGE 359 : Jun : 2014
Subscribers: Please login to download a complete PDF of this article.This column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor W. Ronald Redmond, DDS, MS.

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THE CUTTING EDGE Treatment of Severe Facial Asymmetry Using Virtual Three-Dimensional Planning and a "Surgery First" Protocol


FLAVIO URIBE, DDS, MDS, VINAY K. CHUGH, BDS, MDS, NANDAKUMAR JANAKIRAMAN, BDS, MDS, JONATHAN FELDMAN, DMD, MS, DAVID SHAFER, DDS, MD, RAVINDRA NANDA, BDS, MDS, PHD
VOLUME 47 : NUMBER 8 : PAGE 471 : Aug : 2013
This column is compiled by JCO Technology Editor W. Ronald Redmond, DDS, MS. To help keep our readers on The Cutting Edge, Dr. Redmond will spotlight a particular area of orthodontic technology

13.

THE CUTTING EDGE The iOC Intraoral Scanner and Invisalign: A New Paradigm


FRANCESCO GARINO, MD, DO, BATTISTA GARINO, MD, DDS, DO
VOLUME 46 : NUMBER 2 : PAGE 115 : Feb : 2012
Subscribers: Log in and click here to download a PDF of this article.We began usi

14.

THE CUTTING EDGE Computer-Aided Design of a Lingual Orthodontic Appliance Using Cone-Beam Computed Tomography


NIANSONG YE, DDS, MS, JINGTAO LI, DDS, MS, KEFU ZHANG, DDS, MS, YIMIN YANG, BDS, WENLI LAI, DDS, PHD
VOLUME 45 : NUMBER 10 : PAGE 553 : Oct : 2011
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15.

THE CUTTING EDGE In-Office Digital Study Models


MARK BARRY, MPhil, BSc
VOLUME 45 : NUMBER 7 : PAGE 385 : Jul : 2011
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16.

THE CUTTING EDGE The Digital-Titanium Herbst


GIAMPIETRO FARRONATO, MD, DDS, GIANFRANCO SANTAMARIA, MD, DDS, PAOLO CRESSONI, MD, DDS, DANIELA FALZONE, DDS, MARGHERITA COLOMBO, DDS
VOLUME 45 : NUMBER 5 : PAGE 263 : May : 2011
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THE CUTTING EDGE The OrthoCAD iOC Intraoral Scanner: A Six-Month User Report


FRANCESCO GARINO, MD, DO, BATTISTA GARINO, MD, DDS, DO
VOLUME 45 : NUMBER 3 : PAGE 161 : Mar : 2011
Subscribers: Log in and click here to download a PDF of this article.In recent Cutting Edg

18.

THE CUTTING EDGE A Synthetic Three-Dimensional Craniofacial Analysis


GIAMPIETRO FARRONATO, MD, DDS, DAVIDE FARRONATO, DDS, PHD, LUCIO TOMA, DDS, FRANCESCA BELLINCIONI, DDS
VOLUME 44 : NUMBER 11 : PAGE 673 : Nov : 2010
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19.

THE CUTTING EDGE Comparison of Intraoral 3D Scanning and Conventional Impressions for Fabrication of Orthodontic Retainers


SIVABALAN VASUDAVAN, BDS, MDS, MPH, STEPHEN R. SULLIVAN, MD, MPH, ANDREW L. SONIS, DMD
VOLUME 44 : NUMBER 8 : PAGE 495 : Aug : 2010
(Subscribers can log in and then click here to download a PDF of this article.)In this Cutting Edge arti

20.

THE CUTTING EDGE A New Method for Superimposition of CBCT Volumes


Dr. Jeong-Ho Choi, Dr. James Mah
VOLUME 44 : NUMBER 5 : PAGE 303 : May : 2010
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THE CUTTING EDGE Dynamic Cone-Beam Computed Tomography in Orthodontic Treatment


DOUGLAS L. CHENIN, DDS, DAVID A. CHENIN, DDS, MSD, STEPHEN T. CHENIN, DDS, JACK CHOI, PHD
VOLUME 43 : NUMBER 8 : PAGE 507 : Aug : 2009
Subscribers: After logging in, click on the Acrobat PDF icon that will appear directly above the article title to download a PDF of this article.The value of cone-beam computed to

22.

THE CUTTING EDGE Securing Your Digital Data Against Computer Threats


AMEET V. REVANKAR, BDS, MDS, NARAYAN H. GANDEDKAR, BDS, MDS, SANJAY V. GANESHKAR, BDS, MDS, MDO RCPS
VOLUME 43 : NUMBER 6 : PAGE 393 : Jun : 2009
Subscribers: After logging in, click on the Acrobat PDF icon that will appear directly above the article title to download a PDF of this article.This month's Cutting Edge

23.

THE CUTTING EDGE A Three-Dimensional Cephalometric Analysis


HEON JAE CHO, DDS, MSD, PHD
VOLUME 43 : NUMBER 4 : PAGE 235 : Apr : 2009
Subscribers: After logging in, click on the Acrobat PDF icon that will appear directly above the article title to download a PDF of this article. For th

24.

THE CUTTING EDGE The SureSmile System in Orthodontic Practice


RANDALL MOLES, DDS
VOLUME 43 : NUMBER 3 : PAGE 161 : Mar : 2009
After logging in, click on the Adobe Acrobat icon above the article title to download a PDF of this article.This month's Cutting Edge column by D

25.

THE CUTTING EDGE The Advantages of Offsite Backups


W. RONALD REDMOND, DDS, MS
VOLUME 42 : NUMBER 8 : PAGE 457 : Aug : 2008
(Subscribers: After logging in, click on the Acrobat PDF icon that will appear directly above the article title to download a PDF of this article).In the past, the

26.

THE CUTTING EDGE Computer-Based Fabrication of Occlusal Splints for Treatment of Bruxism and TMD


STEPHEN P. WARUNEK, DDS, MS, MARK LAUREN, BE, ME
VOLUME 42 : NUMBER 4 : PAGE 227 : Apr : 2008
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THE CUTTING EDGE The Use of Cone-Beam Computed Tomography in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Severely Ectopic Teeth


WILLIAM MEHAN, DMD, MS
VOLUME 41 : NUMBER 11 : PAGE 701 : Nov : 2007
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THE CUTTING EDGE The Evolution of Digital Study Models


JAMES MAH, DDS, MS, MRCD, DMS
VOLUME 41 : NUMBER 9 : PAGE 557 : Sep : 2007
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29.

THE CUTTING EDGE The Aligner Treatment Chart


MARK J. PERELMUTER, DMD, MS
VOLUME 41 : NUMBER 4 : PAGE 217 : Apr : 2007
In this month's column, Dr. Mark Perelmuter suggests a new version of an old concept. His customized Aligner Treatment Chart greatly facilitates notation and reference during Invisalign therapy, wh

30.

THE CUTTING EDGE Internet-Based Treatment Planning and Communications


CLAUDE BOUTIN, DDS, DOrth
VOLUME 40 : NUMBER 9 : PAGE 531 : Sep : 2006
In our last column (JCO, May 2006), Charles Lewis presented one company's approach to Internet-based orthodontic program delivery. Here is another alternative. Dr. Claude Boutin of Calgary, Alberta

31.

THE CUTTING EDGE The Advantages of Paperless Operation


CHARLES A. LEWIS
VOLUME 40 : NUMBER 5 : PAGE 299 : May : 2006
The significance of this month's Cutting Edge column lies in a recent confluence of events. First, our federal government has made it a priority for health-care information to become available onli

32.

THE CUTTING EDGE Computer-Aided Bracket Placement for Indirect Bonding


MICHAEL J. MAYHEW, DDS, MS, MS
VOLUME 39 : NUMBER 11 : PAGE 653 : Nov : 2005
I love systems. Every orthodontic practice consists of a series of systems that we put in place to accomplish important tasks. Some systems are better than others; many are essential to the hea

33.

THE CUTTING EDGE Three-Dimensional Radiographic Analysis in Orthodontics


JOHN HUANG, DMD, DMS, AXEL BUMANN, DDS, PHD, JAMES MAH, DDS, MS, MRCD, DMS
VOLUME 39 : NUMBER 7 : PAGE 421 : Jul : 2005
This month's Cutting Edge gives us a peek at the future of our specialty. Cone Beam Computed Tomography (CBCT) and the three-dimensional analyses developed from it are destined to propel orthod

34.

THE CUTTING EDGE Establishing an All-Digital Office


ROBERT S. HAEGER, DDS, MS
VOLUME 39 : NUMBER 2 : PAGE 81 : Feb : 2005
This month's Cutting Edge column, by a frequent contributor, Dr. Robert Haeger, provides a step-by-step method for computerizing an orthodontic office. I can appreciate Dr. Haeger's formula bet

35.

THE CUTTING EDGE How Technology Has Transformed the One-Visit Initial Exam


ROBERT S. HAEGER, DDS, MS
VOLUME 38 : NUMBER 8 : PAGE 425 : Aug : 2004
This month's column, submitted by Dr. Bob Haeger, provides considerable insight into the implementation of systems within the "paperless" office. Dr. Haeger's seamless integration of hardware

36.

THE CUTTING EDGE Comparative Study of Manual and Computerized Cephalometric Analyses


W. RONALD REDMOND, DDS, MS, JESSE M. DANA, DDS, MICHAEL GOLDSTEIN, DMD, JAMES G. BURCH, DDS, MS, PATRICK C. HARDIGAN, PHD
VOLUME 38 : NUMBER 5 : PAGE 293 : May : 2004
This month's Cutting Edge column caused me to reflect on my personal experience with "smart" diagnostic software. Over the years, as my practice became busier, I found myself occasionally de

37.

THE CUTTING EDGE Age-Old Questions


W. RONALD REDMOND, DDS, MS
VOLUME 38 : NUMBER 2 : PAGE 93 : Feb : 2004
Which works best? An .018" slot or an .022" slot? A standard edgewise system or the latest available prescription? Which is more cost-effective? Should we employ the same appliances in all ci

38.

THE CUTTING EDGE Tablet PCs in Orthodontics


W. RONALD REDMOND, DDS, MS, editor, ROLF MAIJER, DDS, DOrth
VOLUME 37 : NUMBER 11 : PAGE 621 : Nov : 2003
Dr. Rolf Maijer's article pushes the envelope of cutting-edge technology. The tablet PC with its built-in applications is a perfect fit for the orthodontic practice of the 21st century. In fact

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THE CUTTING EDGE Scanning Facial Surfaces with a Three-Dimensional Laser Scanner


JAMES MAH, DDS, MS, DMS, KAZUO HAYASHI, DDS, PHD, ITARU MIZOGUCHI, DDS, PHD
VOLUME 37 : NUMBER 6 : PAGE 299 : Jun : 2003
The quest for accurate recording and representation of human facial form is an ancient one, not only in history and art, but also in orthodontics. Early in the 20th century, Case experimented w

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THE CUTTING EDGE 3D Digital Dental Models Using Laser Technology


JAMES MAH, DDS, MS, DMS, MARTIN FRESHWATER, BS
VOLUME 37 : NUMBER 2 : PAGE 101 : Feb : 2003
One of the fastest-growing new technologies in orthodontics is the use of three-dimensional digital dental models. There are two basic methods of producing digital models. "Destructive imaging"

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THE CUTTING EDGE Imaging in Orthodontics: Present and Future


JAMES MAH, DDS, MS, DMS, A. KORRODI RITTO, DDS, PHD
VOLUME 36 : NUMBER 11 : PAGE 619 : Nov : 2002
This month's article takes the reader from the fundamentals of imaging and display tech­nologies to digital data formats and video. A myriad of relevant information is simplified for the orthodonti

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THE CUTTING EDGE How I Use the Internet in My Office


JAMES MAH, DDS, MS, DMS, ROBERT S. HAEGER, DDS, MS
VOLUME 36 : NUMBER 8 : PAGE 447 : Aug : 2002
In this month's column, Dr. Robert Haeger describes state-of-the-art Internet usage for the benefit of patients, staff, and clinician in his orthodontic office. He has assembled an impressive a
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