DR. STANDERWICK’S PUBLICATIONS
A possible etiology for the dilaceration and flexion of permanent tooth roots relative to bone remodeling gradients in alveolar bone.
Dental Hypotheses 2014 Vol 5 Issue 1
Orthodontic treatment considerations for a patient with erythropoietic protoporphyria.
Standerwick RG, Yen EHK, Pliska B
American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, 2013 Vol 144(6); pp.899-908
The aponeurotic tension model of craniofacial growth in man.
Standerwick RG, Roberts WE
The Open Dentistry Journal. 2009 Vol 3; pp.100-113.
Comparison of the Bolton Standards to longitudinal cephalograms superimposed on the occipital condyle (I-point).
Standerwick RG, Roberts WE, Hartsfield JK, Babler WJ, Katona TR.
Journal of Orthodontics. March 2009 (36): 23-35.
Cephalometric Superimposition on the Occipital Condyles as a Longitudinal Growth Assessment Reference: I-Point and I-Curve.
Standerwick R, Roberts E, Hartsfield J Jr, Babler W, Kanomi R.
The Anatomical Record: Advances in Integrative Anatomy and Evolutionary Biology. 2008 Volume 291 Issue 12, Pages 1603 – 1610
Not all Class II patients alike
American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics. 2009; 136:143
Re: change of incisor inclination effects on points A and B. Angle Orthod. 2009:79(May); 462-7. Rasha Al-Abdwani, David R.Moles, Joseph Harold Noar.
Angle Orthodontist. 2009 Mar;79(2):i.
Dent Today. 2001 Nov;20(11):6. No abstract available.
Dr. Standerwick is a member of the editorial review board for the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthodopedics (2008 to present) and has reviewed for the journals Head and Face Medicine, Clinical Anatomy and the International Journal of Stomotology and Occlusion Medicine.
At Walnut Grove Orthodontics, we offer overnight evaluation with a pulse oximeter (measures blood oxygen saturation) to aid diagnostic evaluation of airway issues. There are orthodontic/orthopedic growth modifying treatments that are believed helpful for improving airway function in certain cases. The following are not peer-reviewed articles and there is a certain amount of conjecture; diagnosis of airway issues should be co-ordinated with a physician.
I enjoyed contemplating and writing about these subjects; I hope that you will find them useful.
Dr. Richard Standerwick