Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists Bulletin Spring 2013 - (Page 20)

Portrait of a Professional JOHN C. IVE DDS, MSD By Bruce P. Hawley, DDS, MSD, PCSO Bulletin Northern Region Editor DR. BRUCE HAWLEY: JOHN, TELL US A LITTLE ABOUT YOUR BACKGROUND. D r. John Ive (pronounced “Eevee”—ed.): I was born and raised in Seattle, WA, and blessed with the great fortune of growing up in a very close, loving family with an older brother, Jim, and two younger sisters, CeCe and Suzan. In my youth, our family would get together every Sunday night for dinner at my grandparents’ house. As the years passed, this tradition continued at my parents’ house. We lost our parents several years ago, but the family tradition continues today. Our families get together about once a month for dinner. These strong family ties have contributed greatly to my fulfillment in life. My parents were also raised in Seattle. My dad was an engineer and draftsman in tool design at the Boeing Company. My mom was a very busy, loving stay-athome mom. I attended Mt. Virgin parochial grade school, Franklin High School, and Seattle University, all located here in Seattle. Boating in the San Juan Islands BH: WHAT LED YOU INTO DENTISTRY? JI: I recall vividly my dad coming home from work one day when I was a junior in high school. He said to me: “Johnny Boy, I know what you should be. You should be a civil engineer.” I guess that was because I was always taking my toys apart to see how they worked. My passions at the time were building go-karts, rebuilding gas engines, and restoring cars and boats; anything to do with building, mechanics and woodworking. So I followed my dad’s advice and studied engineering at Seattle U. At the time, the Vietnam War was intense and the draft lottery was in effect. So, in my sophomore year at Seattle Univer- The office staff: Rebecca Robertson, Cami Jones (former patient), Jennifer Hollender, me, Dr. Jeremy Chaison (former student), Tammy Chung (former patient), Laurie Ive (my wife). Not pictured: Grace Peredo and Taylor Bulger (former patient) 20 PCSO BULLETIN • SPRING 2013

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists Bulletin Spring 2013

Dental Ethics
Save a Little and Invest a Lot
Plan for Ongoing Success
AAO Trustee's Report
PCSO Business
AAOF Report
Component Report
PCSO at a Glance
Dr. Terry McDonald Interviews Dr. Harry (Hap) Doughterty, Jr.
Case Report Pre-Treatment
Dr. John Ive
3-D Image-Aided Treatment of Impacted and Transposed Teeth
Controversies in Orthodontics
DIY Technology Upgrades on a DIY Budget
Accelerated Osteogenic Orthodontic (AOO) System -- Physiological Benefits and Increased Range of Movement
Case Report Post-Treatment
Pearls from Idaho: Holding 3-3 Retainers While Bonding

Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists Bulletin Spring 2013