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Research methods in orthodontics, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 2013 A Guide to Understanding Orthodontic Research

Langue : Anglais

Coordonnateur : Eliades Theodore

Couverture de l’ouvrage Research methods in orthodontics
The orthodontic literature includes many articles on basic science and engineering research techniques, but clinicians are typically unfamiliar with the principles underlying these techniques and may also lack the background knowledge required for a full appreciation of their role. This book comprehensively reviews a wide array of the research methods most frequently encountered in the literature, encompassing the areas of materials science and clinical and biological research. The various methods and techniques are carefully described, and their indications and limitations are explained. All of the information is up to date, reflecting latest developments in the field. For practicing professionals, Research Methods in Orthodontics will be an ideal introduction to instrumental analysis and basic science research methods. It will also serve as an excellent reference guide for researchers.  
Orthodontic materials: An overview of research on orthodontic alloys and ceramics.- Research on orthodontic polymers.- Assessment of biological action of materials: biocompatibility testing protocols. Computers in orthodontic research. Clinical orthodontic research: Clinical research and epidemiological studies.- Meta-analysis and bias in clinical research.- Study of growth of the craniofacial components in Class II and Class III malocclusions.- Key issues in designing epidemiologic and clinical studies in orthodontics. Biological research in orthodontics: Tooth movement and craniofacial growth: evolution of study models.
Theodore Eliades, Associate Professor, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece, Professor and Director of the Orthodontic and Paediatric Dentistry clinics at the University of Zurich, Switzerland; prior to this appointment he was Associate Professor at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki, Greece. He qualified in Dentistry from the University of Athens, received orthodontic specialty training at the Ohio State University, and obtained graduate degrees from Ohio State (MS), Athens (Dr Med Sci), and Manchester (PhD) Universities. He has published 130 articles and 20 book chapters and co-edited 5 textbooks. He has been elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of Chemistry (UK), the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (UK), and is a member of the Institute of Physics (UK). Professor Eliades is the founding Editor and currently Editor-in-Chief (with Prof. C. Bourauel) of the Journal of Dental Biomechanics, Associate Editor of the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, and the European Journal of Orthodontics, Editorial Board member in 5 periodicals and reviewer in 35 journals. He is affiliated with US (Houston, Marquette) and European (Manchester, Bonn) Universities.

Comprehensively reviews a wide array of research methods in orthodontics

Encompasses the areas of materials science and clinical and biological research

Ideal introduction to instrumental analysis and basic science research methods for clinicians

Excellent reference guide for researchers​

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