Kelly Smorthit

Speciality Registrar in Orthodontics, LDI/Chesterfield Royal Hospital

Tips for viewing and interpreting cone beam computed tomography radiographs in orthodontics

Ensure the system for which radiographs are reviewed permits the CBCT to be viewed in all planes of space: axial, coronal and sagittal..

Sharing orthodontic content on social media

There are many apps available to make watermarking through your phone easier. Most are free, but require a cost to access additional features. The following step-by-step instruction is through an app...

Early removal of supernumeraries to close a midline diastema: a case report

A 6-year old female patient was referred by the Community Dental Service to Chesterfield Royal Hospital orthodontic department for assessment of two asymptomatic upper midline supernumerary teeth,...

Tricks of the Trade: Benefits of Backlighting

A digital camera (eg Canon EOS 80D) with a macro ring flash (eg Canon MR14EX II) and one slave flash (eg Canon Speedlite, 430 EX III RT) is required (Figure 1)..