This review of the effectiveness of Interproximal enamel reduction (IPR) techniques used in orthodontics included 10 small studies. The included studies were small and of very low to low quality so the findings should be viewed cautiously.[read the full story...]
Orthodontic treatment: Does it take longer in adult patients?
This review comparing the duration of fixed orthodontic treatment between adults and adolescents included 11 studies the majority of which were retrospective. Meta-analyses indicated no statisticall or clinical differences in duration although the quality of the available evidence was low to very low.[read the full story...]
Therapy over the telephone: how does it compare to face-to-face? The answer might surprise you…
Imogen Bell blogs a timely systematic review which compares the interactional qualities of psychological therapy delivered face-to-face and over the telephone.[read the full story...]