May 15-19, 2015 - CTOR was in San Francisco, CA for the AAO annual meeting. CTOR members and fellows had 7 presentations on original research projects. Dr Alikhani, CTOR director lectured on a program featuring accelerated tooth movement techniques. He introduce for the first time our research work on cortical drift that is revolutionizing Orthodontic treatment of severe skeletal malformations.
Thank you for attending our presentations and for joining the CTOR concert-dinner event . CTOR rocks!
Micro-perforations: Indications and Application in Your Daily Orthodontic Practice
Orthopedic Effect of High Frequency Acceleration on the Mandibular Condyle
Luz Maria Barrera Alviar
Saturation of the Biological Response to Orthodontic Forces and Its Effect on the Rate of Tooth Movement
Effect of Number of Micro-osteoperforations on Rate of Tooth Movement in Rats
- Effect of Estrogen-deficiency on bone density of alveolar bone during orthodontic tooth movement
Ayat Alzaki & Carly Gutstein
- Pilot Study on the Effect of Age on Expression of Inflammatory Markers in Response to Orthodontic Forces
- Effect of Occlusal Interferences on Orthodontic External Root Resorption - Part II