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The Dentofacial Complex

Dr. Benjamin H. Williams, DDS, MS, Diplomate, American Board of Orthodontics
"A much needed and long awaited book."

Dr. J. Daniel Subtelny, DDS, MS, University of Rochester Medical Center
"The Dentofacial Complex really is a nostalgia trip. Brodie has had an influence on a great many people."

Dr. Bruce S. Grham, DDS, MS, MEd, FACD, Dean, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry
"The Dentofacial Complex" proves why Dr. Brodie's teaching, writing, and research abilities were known the world over."

About the Author
The best student Dr. Edward Angle, the "father of orthodontics," ever had, Dr. Allan G. Brodie (1897-1976) came to the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry in 1929 to start the first graduate program in orthodontics.

His seminars quickly became renowned for the quality of his teaching; his writings were avidly read; and his example attracted scores to teaching and research. His own theoretical research set his reputation as a scholar as firmly as his use of the edgewise arch established his clinical renown.

Adding administrative excellence to that reputation, Dr. Brodie served from 1929 to 1966 as orthodontics department chair and from 1944 to 1956 as the University of Illinois at Chicago College of Dentistry's dean and orthodontics chair simultaneously.

Internationally known as a clinician, teacher, administrator, and researcher, Dr. Allan G. Brodie set the standard for orthodontic expertise through much of the 20th century.