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Dr. Park’s article selected as cover page for AJO-DO

January 13, 2014
Posted In: ASDOH, Research & Publications

Jae Hyun Park, DMD, MSD, MS, PhD, director, postgraduate orthodontic program at A.T. Still University’s Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health, was recently published in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (AJO-DO). Dr. Park’s article, Space closure in the maxillary posterior area through the maxillary sinus, was co-authored by Kiyoshi Tai, Akira Kanao, and Masato Takagi.

The article was selected to be the cover page of the Jan. 2014 (AJO-DO). The AJO-DO has the highest citation index among all orthodontic journals.

One response to “Dr. Park’s article selected as cover page for AJO-DO”

  1. Dr Michel LANGLADE (FRANCE ) says:

    Congratulation Dr PARK ! Please allow me to suggest you to beguin with using arch segmentation( FRICTIONLESS ) to start the correction instead of using continuous archwire(with FRICTION)With BIOPROGRESSIVE it’s FASTER

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