CGS Volume 41: Growth and Treatment: A Meeting of the Minds


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EDITOR: James A. McNamara, Jr.
PUBLISHER: The University of Michigan Center for Human Growth and Development, and the Department of Orthodontics and Pediatric Dentistry (2004)
ISBN: 0-929921-37-2 (NP #7041)
WEIGHT: 1.35 lbs
HARDCOVER: 239 pages

22 in stock

SKU: 0-929921-37-2 (NP #7041) Category:

Book Description

This volume provides overviews of where we have been and where we are going regarding our understanding of growth and development. In many instances, topics considered at this Symposium revisited and updated those presented during previous meetings. Topics included craniofacial growth modification, genetics and the Genome Project, biomaterial and biomechanics, interdisciplinary treatment, and surgery and distraction osteogenesis.


The Past as Present: What Have We Learned about Facial Growth
Rolf G. Behrents

Genetics and the Human Genome Project: Relevance to the Practicing Orthodontist
Harvold C. Slavkin

Orthognathic Surgery: Past, Present and Future: A Perspective
Timothy A. Turvey and William R. Proffit

Orthodontic Treatment: Evidence Based or a Product of Sophistry?
Robert J. Isaacson

Orthodontic Tooth Movement to Relocate Gingival Margins and Regenerate Alveolar Bone for Single-tooth Implants
Bjorn U. Zachrisson

The Art and Science of Appearance and Esthetics
David M. Sarver

In Search of the Philosopher’s Stone: A Preliminary Study of Growth in Class III Malocclusion
Tiziano Baccetti and Lorenzo Franchi

Comparative Study of the Effects Produced by the Pendulum Appliance in the Mixed and Permanent Dentitions
Weber Ursi and Guilherme A. Almeida

Growth and Remodeling of the Cranial Floor Following Alterations in Occlusal Function: Microfluoroscopic Analysis with Serial Cephalometrics
Michael L. Riolo

Non-destructive Methods for Determining the Biomechanical Properties of the Cranium
David Dean, Robert Mullen, J. Lawrence Katz, Ali Totonchi, Yusra Ahmad, Kyoung-june Min, Michael Wolfe and Mark G. Hans

On Growth and Treatment: The Spatial Matrix Hypothesis
G. David Singh

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Weight 1.35 lbs
Dimensions 6.25 x 9.25 in

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