Presenter: Duane Grummons, DDS, MSD
Board Certified in Facial Orthopedics and Orthodontics
Dr. Grummons is a Board Certified orthodontist who has lectured before most American orthodontic organizations and world-wide. His frontal analysis, TMD publications, facemask therapy, and appliance innovations are sensible, effective, and extensively utilized. Dr. Grummons is internationally recognized for his Airway Friendly Stomatognathic facial orthopedic and face forward orthodontic approaches. He shares efficient and clinically sensible approaches to facial orthopedic, facial asymmetry, TMD management, and non-extraction orthodontic treatments.
Dr. Grummons is Associate Professor of Orthodontics at The Loma Linda University Medical Center Orthodontic Department. He has appeared before many orthodontic, dental, imaging, surgical and medical conferences. He has made radio/TV appearances (ABC, NBC, FOX Affiliates). His orthodontic specialty practice and 3D imaging center are in Spokane, WA. He will team up with Dr Steve Olmos in San Diego to provide comprehensive pediatric airway and facial orthopedic / orthodontic therapies in a team approach patterned upon a medical model for definitive airway / wellness care.
Commercial Interests : Grummons Orthopedic Facemask (Great Lakes Orthodontics)
GrumRax Space Gainer (Leone Orthodontics)
Anka G, Grummons DC, Treatment of the Canted Occlusal Plane, Microimplants as Temporary Orthodontic Anchorage; Dept. of Orthodontics in Pediatric Dentistry, School of Dentistry and Center for Human Growth and Development, Craniofacial Growth Series, 2008; VOL. 45; 263-295.
Ricketts RM, Grummons DC, Frontal Cephalometrics: Practical Applications, Part 1. World J Orthod 2003; 4:297-316
Grummons DC, Ricketts RM. Frontal Cephalometrics: Practical Applications, Part 2. World J Orthod: 2003; 5:99-119
Grummons DC, Crooked Faces – Straight Outcomes. AAO Annual Session 2005; San Francisco
Grummons DC, Nonextraction Emphasis: Space-Gaining Efficiencies, Part 1. World J Orthod 2001;2:21-32
Grummons DC, Nonextraction Emphasis: Space-Gaining Efficiencies, Part 2. World J Orthod 2001;2:177-189
Grummons DC, Kappeyne van de Coppello MA. Frontal Asymmetry Analysis. J Clin Orthod 1987; 21:448-465
Grummons DC, TMD & Orthodontics, TMData Resources ©1994, www.tmdataresources.com
Grummons DC, Orthodontics for the TMJ-TMD Patient; Wright & Co Publishers, Inc. ©, 1994
Grummons DC, Transverse Dimension – Nonextraction Emphasis: Extraction Vs. Nonextraction; Sid Publisher © 1995;149-172
Grummons DC, TMJ Patient Goals: TMJ Patient Goals: Comfort and Stability, The Journal of Craniomandibular Practice 1985; VOL. 3, NO. 3; 287-288.