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Abstracts should be submitted to Orthodontic Research category if they are related to any aspect of Orthodontics including Clinical, Materials & Appliances, Basic Science, and Translational Research. 

   Clinical Orthodontics Research

   should focus on, but are not limited to:

   1) innovative approaches to diagnosis or treatment of dental and skeletal malocclusion

   2) improved interdisciplinary case treatments

   3) non-surgical treatment strategies for skeletal malocclusions

   4) novel treatments for patients with craniofacial anomalies

   5) improved patient management techniques

   6) advances in mechanotherapy and biomechanics

   Materials & Appliances

   should focus on

   1) new appliances and tools

   2) new bonding materials

   3) new bracket and wire design

   4) new imaging and scanning tools

   5) management and diagnostic innovations in software

   6) any other invention that can improve daily care by Orthodontists

   Basic Science

   should focus on any in vitro or in vivo studies that

   1) advance our knowledge in growth and development

   2) biological response to mechanical stimulation

   3) bone biology (bone formation, resorption, and remodeling)

   4) biology of tooth movement

   5) etiology of malocclusion and skeletal deformities

   6) anthropology studies of human skull and occlusion

   7) cartilage development, remodeling and disease

   Translational Research

   should focus on, but are not limited to, applied basic science, engineering, and implementation science research that advances clinical Orthodontics, such as

   1) accelerated orthodontics

   2) expanding the boundaries of tooth movement

   3) enhanced orthopedic treatment

   4) improving biological response during retention

   5) new methodologies to control bone remodeling

   6) approaches to efficiently convert basic science data into clinical Orthodontics treatments

Abstracts from interdisciplinary research teams working on Clinical or Translational Orthodontics are strongly encouraged.

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