Research Methods in Orthodontics
A Guide to Understanding Orthodontic Research
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:
Computers in orthodontic research. Clinical orthodontic research: Clinical research and epidemiological studies.- Meta-analysis and bias in clinical research.- Key issues in designing epidemiologic and clinical studies in orthodontics. Biological research in orthodontics: Tooth movement and craniofacial growth: evolution of study models.
From the reviews:“The book is very well presented and illustrated and I feel the Editor and his team of valuable contributors are to be congratulated for successfully taking on this tremendous task and making a very worthwhile contribution to aiding orthodontists in their understanding of research in its most broadest context. In an emerging world of evidence-based practice, this book should prove to be a valuable addition to any orthodontist’s library and offers junior academics a very concise text reference.” (Ama Johal, European Journal of Orthodontics, Vol. 35 (6), December, 2013)