August 2023 AJO-DO and Companion Test

August 2023 AJO-DO and Companion Test


Identification: 2023_08
Credits
  • 4.00 - CE


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Article 1

Maxillary cortical bone remodeling characteristics in extraction patients: A cone-beam computed tomography study, by Shuo Wang et al

After completing this course, the participant will have:

  • Familiarity with maxillary cortical bone remodeling characteristics when incisors are retracted after first premolar extractions.

Article 2

A novel pictorial smile chart: Reliability and valid- ity, By Akhter Husain et al

After completing this article, the participant will have:

  • An appreciation for the reliability and validity of a novel pictorial smile chart to be used in analyzing a patient’s smile or for research purposes.

Article 3

Evaluation of stresses and displacement in the craniofacial region as a reaction to bone-anchored maxillary protraction in conjugation with posterior bite plane and rapid maxillary expansion in patients with Class III malocclusion: A finite element model study, by Tarulatha R. Shyagali et al

After completing this article, the participant will have:

  • An awareness of the initial stresses and displacement produced in various craniofacial structures when using a therapeutic regime of bone-anchored maxillary protraction, hyrax, and posterior bite plane in growing patients with Class III malocclusion.

Article 4

Cervical headgear therapy and sleep-related attri- butes, by Sofia Gratsia et al

After completing this article, the participant will have:

  • An understanding of how cervical headgear therapy might impact the patient’s sleep-related attributes and well-being



Article 5 (Clinical Companion)

Dual-action vertical intraarch technique: A multifocal technique for open bite correction, by Sergio Extelita Barros et al

After completing this article, the participant will have:

  • Familiarity with the dual-action vertical intraarch technique (DAVIT) used to correct an anterior open bite.

Article 6 (Clinical Companion)

Camouflage treatment of skeletal maxillofacial asymmetry using a maxillary skeletal expander, by Tianjiao Huang et al

After completing this article, the participant will have:

  • An awareness of using a maxillary skeletal expander to assist in the nonsurgical camouflage treatment of a skeletal maxillofacial asymmetry.

Credits

  • 4.00 - CE