CGS Volume 31: Orthodontic Treatment: The Management of Unfavorable Sequelae


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EDITORS: James A. McNamara, Jr., Carroll-Ann Trotman
PUBLISHER: The University of Michigan Center for Human Growth and Development, and the Department of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry (1996)
ISBN: 0-929921-27-5 (NP #7031)
WEIGHT: 2.13 lbs
HARDCOVER: 437 pages

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Book Description

The treatment of orthodontic patients does not always occur without difficulty. In spite of apparent proper diagnosis and treatment planning and seemingly well-executed orthodontic therapy, unfavorable outcomes occasionally are seen during or at the end of treatment. This volume considers in detail the identification and management of most commonly-observed clinical problems, including root resorption, decalcification and caries, periodontal problems and temporomandibular disorders. The limitations of adult orthodontic treatment and complications associated with orthognathic surgery also are discussed. Juvenile rheumatoid arthritis and the autotransplantation of teeth also are considered, as are the medico-legal implications of untoward treatment outcomes.


Iatrogenic Problems Associated with the Clinical Practice of Orthodontics
Rolf G. Behrents

Learning and Expertise: Why People Make Mistakes
Peter A. Frensch

Medical and Legal Implications of Unfavorable Orthodontic Treatment Outcomes
Richard L. Small

Root Resorption Related to Orthodontic Treatment
Anna Gibilaro and William R. Proffit

Investigating the Correlates of Apical Root Resorption
Sheldon Baumrind, Robert L. Boyd and Edward L. Korn

The Etiology of Root Resorption
Ze’ev Davidovitch, Stephen L. Godwin, Young-Guk Park, Aart A.R. Taverne, Justine M. Dobeck, Craig M. Lilly and George T. De Sanctis

Demineralization for Caries and Decalcification in Orthodontic Patients
Hamed A. Haerian, Richard Kulbersh, Luciane Closs and Christopher S. Riolo

Periodontal Pathogen Levels in an Adolescent Population Before and During Fixed Orthodontic Appliance Therapy
Christopher S. Riolo, Richard Kulbersh, Michael L. Riolo and Hamed A. Haerian

Limitations of Orthodontic Treatment in Adults: Part 1. The Impact of Iatrogenic Phenomena
Chester S. Handelman

Limitations of Orthodontic Treatment in Adults: Part 2. The Significance of Alveolar Width in Orthodontic Diagnosis and Treatment Planning
Chester S. Handelman

Complications Associated with Orthognathic Surgery
Paul M. Thomas

Autotransplantation of Teeth: An Alternative for Restoring Edentulous Areas
Hans Ulrik Paulsen, Jens Ove Andreasen and Ole Schwartz

Orthodontic Treatment, Occlusal Factors and Temporomandibular Disorders
James A. McNamara, Jr., Donald A. Seligman and Jeffrey P. Okeson

Pathophysiology and Developmental Aberrations in Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis of the TMJ
Sunil Kapila and Andrew H. Trosien

Diagnostic Indicators to Evaluate Skeletal and Soft-tissue Problems Using Multivariate Analysis
Kuniaki Miyajima, Satoru Murata, Masru Miyao and Tetsuo Iizuka

Longitudinal Change in Male and Female Orthodontic Subjects and Its Value in Assessing Post-orthodontic Stability
P. Emile Rossouw, C. Brian Preston and Carl J. Lombare

Additional information

Weight 2.13 lbs
Dimensions 6.25 x 9.25 in

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