Orthotown Magazine - June 2017

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A Residency Experience When Dr. Kaveh Baharvand served on the interview board at Jacksonville University’s School of Orthodontics last October, it inspired him to recall his own search for a residency program—and how he made his decision.
by Kaveh Baharvand, DMD, MSOL
When Dr. Kaveh Baharvand served on the interview board at Jacksonville University’s School of Orthodontics last October, it inspired him to recall his own search for a residency program—and how he made his decision.
Manual Osteoperforation and High-Frequency Vibration Dr. Bruce McFarlane shares four cases that used a combination of manual osteoperforation to treat stubborn cases and high-frequency vibration to help with aligner seating.
by Bruce McFarlane, DMD, BScD, MCID, FRCD(C)
Dr. Bruce McFarlane shares four cases that used a combination of manual osteoperforation to treat stubborn cases and high-frequency vibration to help with aligner seating.
Market Your Way to the Top Orthotown board member Dr. Ann Marie Gorczyca shares 12 marketing tips that help orthodontists increase their reach, response and return on investment.
by Ann Marie Gorczyca, DMD, MPH, MS
Orthotown board member Dr. Ann Marie Gorczyca shares 12 marketing tips that help orthodontists increase their reach, response and return on investment.
Product Showcase: AAO Annual Session Missed the 2017 AAO Annual Session? Orthotown shares some of the products and software that were showcased this year.
Missed the 2017 AAO Annual Session? Orthotown shares some of the products and software that were showcased this year.
Message Boards
Going Paperless: Is There a Good Way to Do It Without Having Computers at Each Chair? This Townie wants to go digital, but isn't sure how to do so and asks for input.
This Townie wants to go digital, but isn't sure how to do so and asks for input.
Open Bite Treatment Plan Help When a 31-year-old patient presents with an open bite, this Townie heads to the boards for treatment advice.
When a 31-year-old patient presents with an open bite, this Townie heads to the boards for treatment advice.
Supernumerary Problem A second opinion from an oral surgeon now has this doc wondering what he should do about this 13-year-old patient’s supernumerary teeth.
A second opinion from an oral surgeon now has this doc wondering what he should do about this 13-year-old patient’s supernumerary teeth.
In This Issue
Orthotown.com Highlights Take a look at some of the most-discussed cases and topics that you can find on our website.
Take a look at some of the most-discussed cases and topics that you can find on our website.
Embrace Progress:  A Diverse and Didactic  AAO Annual Session Did you make it out to the 2017 AAO Annual Session in San Diego, California? Dr. Daniel Grob, Orthotown editorial director, shares his insights from the highly informative session.
by Dan Grob, DDS, MS, editorial director, Orthotown magazine
Did you make it out to the 2017 AAO Annual Session in San Diego, California? Dr. Daniel Grob, Orthotown editorial director, shares his insights from the highly informative session.
Industry News Take a look at some of the latest happenings in the dental industry.
Take a look at some of the latest happenings in the dental industry.
POLL With our monthly poll you can see how other practices operate, what works, what doesn’t and how dentistry is evolving. The information we gather each month helps us measure trends in the profession. Take a look at this month’s topic and results.
With our monthly poll you can see how other practices operate, what works, what doesn’t and how dentistry is evolving. The information we gather each month helps us measure trends in the profession. Take a look at this month’s topic and results.

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