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In-house three-dimensional printing within the digital orthodontic workflow
In-house three-dimensional designing and printing customized brackets
Customized adjuncts with clear aligner therapy: “The Golden Circle Model” explained!

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Advantages and disadvantages of the three-dimensional metal printed orthodontic appliances
Orthodontics on autopilot through digital customization and Programmed Non-Sliding Mechanics

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Journal of the World Federation of Orthodontists


Journal of the World Federation of Orthodontists (JWFO) is a bimonthly international journal publishing peer-reviewed articles dedicated to presenting the results of scientific research from orthodontics and related fields. JWFO's overall goal is to contribute to the scientific base of orthodontics and education and continuing education of professionals throughout the world, stimulating the advancement of the science and practice of orthodontics. Articles are selected based on originality, importance, clinical relevance, timeliness and well-written with meaningful conclusions. Accepted articles are stringently evaluated and peer-reviewed to ensure scientific merit, compliance with ethical standards, and clinical relevance of the content.

T.M. Graber Outstanding Article Award

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Please read the 2022 award winning article
Apiwantanakul N, Chantarawaratit PO. Cytotoxicity, genotoxicity, and cellular metal accumulation caused by professionally applied fluoride products in patients with fixed orthodontic appliances: A randomized clinical trial. Journal of the World Federation of Orthodontists. 2021 Sep 1;10(3):98-104.



Bimonthly publication for JWFO!

To meet the growing demand from authors, the Journal of the World Federation of Orthodontists is moving to bimonthly publication as of 2022. This will help us to speed up publication still further. We want to thank our authors and reviewers for their help in making this improvement possible.

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