Orthodontics

October 2017
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Laura Iwasaki, DDS, MS, PhD
Jeffrey Nickel, DMD, MS, PhD

Biomedical Research Tower (OSU Campus)

Attendees of this lecture will be able to:

  • Recognize how linking mechanics and biology can improve predictions about the speed of orthodontic tooth movement
  • Define component factors that contribute to the speed of tooth movement in humans
  • Recognize how linking mechanics and biology may improve predictions about who will develop temporomandibular disorders
  • Define component factors that contribute to mechanobehavioral scores and how these are measured for personalized TMJ assessment
  • Distinguish differences between sub-groups of people with and without temporomandibular disorders

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