Dear Alums, The economic challenges facing the nation have been felt here in the state of Washington, where state revenues from sales taxes have decreased dramatically over the past several years. The state has found itself struggling to fund its many commitments, and higher education has taken tremendous cuts in state support. The […]
About Brad Delaney
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Entries by Brad Delaney
Jim’s contributions to dental photography are priceless. His years of guiding orthodontic students through the complicated maze of imaging have turned him into a hero for our many Department graduates and faculty. Along the way, he has also become a noted speaker worldwide. His dedication to detail and nuance are matched with his great sense […]
ELIZABETH UBALDO Purpose: To describe the posterior airway space and soft tissue changes in patients who received orthodontics and single or dual surgical jaw advancement and to evaluate if there is a correlation between increasing amounts of advancement and long-term reduction in obstructive sleep apnea. Methods: Records were searched from one oral surgeon and one […]
Nadia Farjo DMD Purpose: The orthodontic literature lacks any study that investigates the characteristics and fate of manuscripts submitted to a top journal, such as the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (AJO-DO). Having such information could be valuable to authors and editors alike in understanding critical aspects of the review process. Methods: This exploratory study […]
Megha Anand Introduction: Marketing strategies for self-ligating brackets have focused on less need for extractions and faster treatment. Recent meta-analyses have not found these claims to be well supported, but they point out limitations of the current evidence. These meta-analyses also conclude that additional, well-designed studies are indicated to improve our evidence base. The purpose […]
WEI TIAN Objective: To compare nasolabial measurements on nasal casts and facial scans in infants with non-syndromic clefts. Data: Two types of clinical records obtained prior to and post- presurgical: (1) digital scans of nasal casts (N = 35); (2) 3dMD facial scans (N = 69); 34 of which had repeated facial scans on the same day. […]
UWOAA Moves Forward with New Board Immediate Past President Heather Woloshyn (right) turned over the gavel to new UWOAA President Heidi Horwitz and Vice President/Treasurer Paul Nelson at the 39th Annual Alton Moore Lecture and Thesis Day.