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Brown, Warren G.

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Works: 3 works in 3 publications in 1 language and 8 library holdings
Classifications: BF51,
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Publications by Warren G Brown
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Most widely held works by Warren G Brown
Between nature and grace : mapping the interface of Wesleyan theology and psychology : papers presented at the Conference of the Society of Psychology and Wesleyan Theology, held at at Asbury Theological Seminary, March 29-31, 2000 by Conference of the Society for the Study of Psychology and Wesleyan Theology( Book )
1 edition published in 2000 in English and held by 6 libraries worldwide
Banding impacted cuspids ( visu )
1 edition published in 1969 in English and held by 1 library worldwide
The objective of this audiovisual is to demonstrate the direct approach for the correction of impacted cuspids by banding, utilizing the oral surgeon, anesthetist and orthodontist as a team. This goal is achieved by means of a demonstrationof preoperative and operative techniques performed on a patient. The patient shown in this program is a fourteen year old male who has impacted upper right and left cuspids, a class I molar relation on both sides, crowded anterior teeth and prominent lips. This condition is demonstrated by means of intra-oral photographs and x-rays and cephalometric head films. The preoperative preparations shown in this program are the surgical and orthodontic instruments, preparation of themesial and distal eyelets and cementing of the bands. Next, the presentation demonstrates each step of the operative procedure including the following initial steps performed by the surgeon: administration of local anesthetic, extraction of the primary cuspid, initial palatal incision, development of the palatal flap and clearing of the formative sac surrounding the cuspid crown. At this point, the orthodontist intervenes to perform the following procedures: select and fit the appropriate band, flatten the eyelets, remove and wash the band, mix cement, seat the cemented bands to the cuspids, test the ligature splint and secure the ligatures. The surgeon then returns to suture the flap. This same series of steps is also shown for the opposite side. The program then shows the patient ten days postoperative and illustrates postsurgical x-rays. The program notes that this procedure prepares the patient for further orthodontic therapy which can, as a result of the banding, be completed at an earlier age
 
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