Pacific Coast Society of Orthodontists Bulletin Spring 2013 - (Page 8)

AMERICAN ASSOCIATION OF ORTHODONTISTS FOUNDATION REPORT THE 2013 AWARDS PROGRAM T he deadline for proposals for the next round of funding was Friday, December 14th, 2012. The total number of 52 proposals ties the record high. Proposals were submitted by a record-high 34 graduate orthodontic residency programs. Proposals came from several PCSO schools and programs, including Roseman University, University of British Columbia, University of California at Los Angeles, University of California at San Francisco, University of Nevada at Las Vegas, University of the Pacific, and University of Washington. The process calls for these proposals to be reviewed by the Planning and Awards Review Committee, with recommendations to be given to the AAO Foundation Board of Directors. A decision is due to be delivered in early March. Responses will be provided shortly thereafter, and this information will be posted on the Foundation’s website. Videos T he Foundation website ( currently features four videos. The first of these is on the Overall Awards Program; it features a number of AAOF volunteer leaders and current department chairs and program directors who were supported by the Foundation early in their academic careers. The second is on the Collections Project; it includes some of the people involved in this unprecedented collaborative undertaking to not only preserve legacy orthodontic records, but to make them accessible for educa- 8 tion and research purposes to one and all, without charge. To access these videos, go to the website, then click the top horizontal tab marked “Videos/Testimonials.” and Awards Review Committee, serving as Vice Chair; he has been a long-time advocate for the overall fundraising effort, Continued Commitment to the Specialty®, and he is a Regent level donor ($25,000) as well as a member of the Foundation’s Keystone Society, a designation given to those individuals who have made a decision to include the AAOF in their estate plans. Once these videos are all on the website, among those featured will be Sheldon Baumrind (PCSO/CA), CRIL, University of the Pacific, and Chair of the Curators Committee for the Collections Project; and Kang “Eric” Ting (PCSO/CA), Chair of the Orthodontic Section, UCLA Orthodontics. This prestigious Award, which the Foundation Board of Directors elected unanimously to present to Dr. Boyd, will be presented during the Foundation Breakfast at the Annual Session. Tickets for this function are available through the Annual Session registration process. The third and fourth videos are individual testimonials/endorsements of the Foundation, with more to follow once editing is complete. AAOF @ 2013 AAO ANNUAL SESSION BLAIR AWARD A mong the activities at the Annual Session in Philadelphia will be the presentation of the Eugene and Pauline Blair American Association of Orthodontists Foundation Distinguished Service Award, the AAO Foundation’s highest award for service, to Robert L. Boyd (PCSO/CA). Dr. Boyd is the Frederick T. West Endowed Chair of the Department of Orthodontics at the Arthur A. Dugoni School of Dentistry at the University of the Pacific. His clinical research and publications study the relationship of orthodontic treatment to periodontal health and esthetics. He has published 135 scientific articles, book chapters and abstracts and given more than 450 continuing education courses and lectures around the world. Additionally, Dr. Boyd was an early member of the Foundation’s Planning Gourmet Wine tastinG A lso in Philadelphia, the AAOF will hold a gourmet wine tasting event featuring four premium wines courtesy of Jawbone Winery & Vineyards, with hors d’oeuvres masterfully prepared by the executive chief of the Le Meridien Hotel to complement each wine. This fundraising event is planned for Sunday evening from 5 to 7 PM, immediately after the lectures and exhibits close, at the Le Meridien Hotel near the convention center. In addition to tasting four brilliant wines (a 2008 Sauvignon Blanc, a 2008 Pinot Noir, a 2009 Riesling, and a 2009 Cabernet Sauvignon), the event will feature a silent auction of various Jawbone vintages, among other items, and an announcement of an important new direction in the AAO Foundation Awards Program designed to realize $300,000 or more annually, over time, in a new orthodontic research endeavor. Expenses are partially underwritten by Jawbone, and proceeds benefit the 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