Study the Science of Art and the Art of Science.Leonardo Da Vinci
It is with great pleasure that we announce the publication of the new textbook 3D Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Orthodontics: An Atlas for the Clinician (published by Springer) which is the fruit of a lengthy, dedicated effort by Editors Prof. Jean Marc Retrouvey (Professor at the University of Missouri-Kansas City) and Dr. Mohamed-Nur Abdallah (Adjunct Associate Professor at University of Detroit Mercy School of Dentistry) to create a practical, science-based tome for orthodontists to navigate the new 3D technological frontiers we are embarking on as a profession today -especially in the post-pandemic era to come – and to which I’ve had the honor to be a contributor.
Continue reading ““3D Diagnosis and Treatment Planning in Orthodontics: An Atlas for the Clinician” :: A New Practical Textbook for the Next Evolution in Orthodontics.”
“Order And Simplicity Are The First Steps Towards Mastery Of A Subject. ” – Thomas Mann
As the saying goes: “Good is the new Average.”
In this age of high public demand for beautiful, natural-looking smiles and ever- increasing self-confidence, as well as the need for more rigorous scientific-based standards of care, there should be really no place for mediocrity.
Continue reading “The 4 Keys to Mastery of Orthodontic Finishing; A Free New Orthodontic eBook”
“A £5,000 professional DSLR doesn’t turn you into an award-winning photographer. It just turns you into the owner of a £5,000 professional DLSR.”
In this blog post, I would like to highlight what I believe to be an important issue related to some clinical dental photography courses and workshops that I have come across during my years of practicing, researching and writing the previous two editions of my clinical photography eBooks as well as presenting lectures and my own hands-on photography courses for both specialists and general practitioners alike.
Continue reading “Understanding The Learning Curve in Dental Photography: A Reality Check”
“Knowledge is a process of piling up facts. Wisdom lies in their simplification.” ~ Martin Fischer
These free eBooks have been self-published by me over the past few years, and here, as my second post on my newly started blog; The Orthodontic Notefile, I would like to directly share them with all readers again.
Please feel free to contact me or provide constructive feedback in the comments below. It is always appreciated to help improve on the updated editions in the future.