Paradigm shift in Orthodontics – Interview with Anmol Kalha

Tell us briefly please the main stages of your professional career and scientific work. A 4-decade long career in dentistry, orthodontics, healthcare administration, national health policy planning, academics and international leadership and consulting. The years in military dentistry were formative in leadership, delivery of services globally, writing and publishing on all aspects of health care [...]

A coffee with Dr. Simon Littlewood

Please introduce yourself I’m Simon Littlewood, Consultant & Specialty Lead in Orthodontics at St Luke’s Hospital, Bradford. I am also a Senior Clinical Lecturer at Leeds Dental Institute, University of Leeds How does the work of a hospital-based consultant orthodontist differ from that of a practice-based orthodontist? As a hospital-based consultant I am generally involved [...]

Creative adjuncts for clear aligners to improve predictability

Author: Dr S. Jay Bowman, USA The concept of clear aligners has grown in leaps and bounds internationally since the introduction of Invisalign (Align Technology) in 1999. In the 1940s, Dr Harold Kesling first proposed the original theoretical basis for moving teeth with a series of retainers, but it took more than 50 years before [...]

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A Dental World Journal article by Luis Carrière: When Dr Edward Angle first classified malocclusions
for orthodontic treatment, he created

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