Jayne Elizabeth Harrison

Jayne Elizabeth Harrison
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust | RLUH · Department of Orthodontics

BDS; FDS; MOrth; FDS(Orth); MDentSci; PhD; FDTFEd

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Introduction
Additional affiliations
October 1998 - present
University of Liverpool
Position
  • Hon Senior Lecturer
October 1998 - May 2015
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
Position
  • Consultant Orthodontist
October 1998 - May 2020
Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
Position
  • Consultant

Publications

Publications (90)
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Background: Crowded teeth develop when there is not enough space in the jaws into which the teeth can erupt. Crowding can affect baby teeth (deciduous dentititon), adult teeth (permanent dentition), or both, and is a common reason for referral to an orthodontist. Crowded teeth can affect a child's self-esteem and quality of life. Early loss of bab...
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Background: A posterior crossbite occurs when the top back teeth bite inside the bottom back teeth. The prevalence of posterior crossbite is around 4% and 17% of children and adolescents in Europe and America, respectively. Several treatments have been recommended to correct this problem, which is related to such dental issues as tooth attrition,...
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Background A posterior crossbite occurs when the top back teeth bite inside the bottom back teeth. The prevalence of posterior crossbite is around 4% and 17% of children and adolescents in Europe and America, respectively. Several treatments have been recommended to correct this problem, which is related to such dental issues as tooth attrition, ab...
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Introduction In the UK, orthodontic speciality training takes place over three years full-time. In addition to the clinical training, there is an expectation that trainees undertake a higher degree. Currently, there is little evidence regarding the impact of undertaking a higher degree on specialist orthodontists. Aims Investigate UK orthodontists'...
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Background Scientific meetings provide a platform for disseminating new research. Abstracts presented at these meetings are frequently published as full-length papers in peer-reviewed journals. The primary aims of this study were to determine the publication rate and time to publication of abstracts presented at the European Orthodontic Society (EO...
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This section is designed to draw the attention of readers to papers that have been recently published in other journals that may be of interest to readers of the Journal of Orthodontics. In this issue, we have selected papers that focus on the psychological implications of mal- occlusion or orthodontic interventions.
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This review will consider changes in clinical practice associated with the management of patients with missing teeth and briefly review the evidence base that underpins what we do for them.
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Aims: To assess the performance of the referral management system (RMS) compared to a previous paper-based referral system and to determine whether referrals reflected the patients’ malocclusion and met current guidelines. Design: Three-cycle audit. Setting: Orthodontic Department, Liverpool University Dental Hospital, UK. Participants: Consecut...
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This case report describes the multidisciplinary clinical management of a male patient, diagnosed at the age of 7, with Regional Odontodysplasia of the right maxilla. Following fixed orthodontic treatment to align his teeth, extraction of malformed teeth and subsequent bone grafting, the patient was successfully rehabilitated with implant-supported...
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Introduction: Knowledge of a patient's stage of growth and development plays a vital role in diagnosis, treatment planning, results, and stability of the outcome. Cervical vertebral maturation (CVM) predicts the stage of growth and development, but its validity has only been investigated restrospectively, using historic samples. Our objective was...
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Background Prominent upper front teeth are a common problem affecting about a quarter of 12-year-old children in the UK. The condition develops when permanent teeth erupt. These teeth are more likely to be injured and their appearance can cause significant distress. Children are often referred to an orthodontist for treatment with dental braces to...
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Background: Prominent upper front teeth are a common problem affecting about a quarter of 12-year-old children in the UK. The condition develops when permanent teeth erupt. These teeth are more likely to be injured and their appearance can cause significant distress. Children are often referred to an orthodontist for treatment with dental braces t...
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Background: Pain is a common side effect of orthodontic treatment. It increases in proportion to the amount of force applied to the teeth, and the type of orthodontic appliance used can affect the intensity of the pain. Pain during orthodontic treatment has been shown to be the most common reason for people wanting to discontinue treatment, and ha...
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A Nance palatal arch is a method of reinforcing anchorage to help prevent mesial movement of maxillary first permanent molars. It is recognised that it is difficult to maintain oral hygiene around the appliance and that iatrogenic damage can occur. We present a case of a 22-year-old male patient in whom the palatal mucosa became necrotic, palatal b...
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This chapter describes current evidence regarding early management of posterior crossbites. In order to understand the treatment of posterior crossbite definitions, aetiology, epidemiology and the implications of posterior crossbites will be summarised. Current evidence suggests that there is a need for further long-term epidemiological studies to...
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Aim: To assess the changes in interviewees' and interviewers' perceptions and experiences of national recruitment and a multi-station interview (MSI) for the selection of Orthodontic Specialty Registrars to UK training programmes from 2012 to 2014. Design: Questionnaire-based longitudinal survey. Setting: Interviews for selection of Orthodonti...
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Introduction: Growth and its prediction are important for the success of many orthodontic treatments. The aim of this study was to determine the reliability of the cervical vertebral maturation (CVM) method for the assessment of mandibular growth. Methods: A group of 20 orthodontic clinicians, inexperienced in CVM staging, was trained to use the...
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To explore trainers' and trainees' perceptions and experiences of Workplace-Based Assessments (WBAs) in Orthodontic Speciality Registrar (StR) training in England. Cross-sectional questionnaire survey. UK. Orthodontic StRs who had started their training in 2011-2012 and their trainers. Participants completed an anonymous on-line questionnaire in Ju...
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In this article, we summarize the most clinically relevant findings of our recently updated Cochrane systematic review into the treatment of Class II Division 1 malocclusion. A systematic review of the databases was performed to identify all randomized controlled trials evaluating early treatment with functional appliances to correct Class II Divis...
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Background: A posterior crossbite occurs when the top back teeth bite inside the bottom back teeth. When it affects one side of the mouth, the lower jaw may have to move to one side to allow the back teeth to meet together. Several treatments have been recommended to correct this problem. Some treatments widen the upper teeth while others are dire...
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Aim: To assess interviewers' and interviewees' perceptions of the National Recruitment for Orthodontic Specialty Registrars in 2012. Design: Cross-sectional survey. Methods: Interviewers and interviewees completed an anonymous questionnaire comprising of 25 and 16 questions, respectively. Statistical analysis included descriptive statistics an...
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Background: Prominent upper front teeth are a common problem affecting about a quarter of 12-year old children in the UK. The correction of this condition is one of the most common treatments performed by orthodontists. This condition develops when the child's permanent teeth erupt and children are often referred to an orthodontist for treatment w...
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Prominent lower front teeth (termed reverse bite; under bite; Class III malocclusion) may be due to a combination of the jaw or tooth positions or both. The upper jaw (maxilla) can be too far back or the lower jaw (mandible) too far forward, or both. Prominent lower front teeth can also occur if the upper front teeth (incisors) are tipped back or t...
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Objectives: Determine the number of orthodontic randomized controlled trials (RCTs) published in four key orthodontic journals from 1 January 2001 to 31 December 2010, whether details about ethical approval (EA) and/or informed consent (IC) were reported and identify predictors for reporting EA and IC in orthodontic RCTs. Design: Retrospective o...
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Objectives: To examine the results of searching MEDLINE, via Ovid or PubMed, for randomised controlled trials (RCTs), published in four key orthodontic journals between 01/01/2001 and 31/12/2010 compared with hand-searching these journals using Cochrane Collaboration criteria. Methods: RF satisfactorily completed the Cochrane Oral Health Grou...
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Clustering in RCTs occurs when participants or units are allocated to an intervention in a group rather than independently or when multiple measurements are taken from the same individual. Cluster RCTs occur frequently in clinical orthodontic research; however, only a quarter of published trials take account of the effects of clustering in the desi...
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Objectives: To determine predictors of and time to publication of clinical trials presented at 6 dental conferences from 20052007. Method: Conference reports from the annual meetings of the International Association for Dental Research, European Orthodontic Society, American Association of Orthodontists, Australian Society of Orthodontists Congress...
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To assess differences between articles published in the Journal of Orthodontics (JO) and European Journal of Orthodontics (EJO) from 1999 to 2008 and compare longitudinal publication profiles. Retrospective, observational. The main study examined articles from the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics and Angle Orthodontist a...
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The purpose of this study was to assess differences between articles published in the American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (AJO-DO), the Angle Orthodontist (AO), the European Journal of Orthodontics (EJO), and the Journal of Orthodontics (JO) from 1999 to 2008. All journals were hand-searched and 4301 eligible articles were...
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It is important that all members of the dental team understand the reasons for undertaking orthodontic treatment and the principal treatment options that are available to the patient, says Jayne Harrison, Consultant Orthodontist at Liverpool University Dental Hospital.
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Our aim was to determine predictors for the presence and degree of demineralization during orthodontic treatment. This study was a post-hoc analysis of recruits for a randomized controlled trial. Two hundred thirty patients were included in this study and assessed for demineralization at debond by using quantitative light-induced fluorescence to de...
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To assess whether clinical trials published in the orthodontic literature comply with the Consolidated Standards of Reporting Trials (CONSORT) statement, and whether compliance has changed over time. Retrospective study. Clinical trials published in four orthodontic journals (American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics, Angle Ortho...
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The aim of this study was to evaluate the effectiveness of orthodontic/orthognathic surgical care provided in the North West region of England. It was an observational, prospective cohort study at 13 maxillofacial clinics in the United Kingdom. The 131 patients comprised 47 males (35.9%) and 84 females (64.1%), with an average age of 22.6 years. Th...
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To assess whether structured abstracts improved the sensitivity, precision and yield of retrieving clinical trials, using electronic searches, for example, MEDLINE, from dental journals. Retrospective, observational study. Clinical trials, published in six dental journals. Three that adopted structured abstracts (BDJ, CPJ, JO) and three that remain...
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Background: Prominent upper front teeth are an important and potentially harmful type of orthodontic problem. This condition develops when the child’s permanent teeth erupt and children are often referred to an orthodontist for treatment with dental braces to reduce the prominence of the teeth. If a child is referred at a young age, the orthodontis...
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This article examines the concept of orthodontic anchorage and focuses on ways skeletally derived anchorage is gained. A brief history of the different skeletal anchorage systems to date is given. The article gives an emphasis on the use of one particular skeletal anchorage technique--the micro-implant--to assist with orthodontic anchorage and acti...
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To assess the opinions of general dental practitioners (GDPs) working within the National Health Ser vice (NHS) in Merseyside regarding the length, format and appropriateness of consultant orthodontists' letters sent in reply to referral letters. These were GDPs' satisfaction with the length, format and content of the reply letters; GDPs' preferenc...
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Natural rubber latex (NRL) allergy can have potentially serious consequences, and reports of orthodontic patients reacting to NRL have increased significantly over recent years. It is therefore important for the orthodontist to know how to manage patients with an NRL allergy and how to deal with possible reactions to NRL. Safe and effective practic...
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BACKGROUND: Prominent upper front teeth are an important and potentially harmful type of orthodontic problem. This condition develops when the child's permanent teeth erupt and children are often referred to an orthodontist for treatment with dental braces to reduce the prominence of the teeth. If a child is referred at a young age, the orthodontis...
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This retrospective observational study was designed to assess the impact on quality of changing from unstructured to structured abstract format. Six dental journals, 3 that adopted structured abstracts and 3 with unstructured abstracts, were used. One hundred abstracts from original articles, published between January 1995 and December 1998, were s...
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This case report describes a patient who presented with a severe class 2 skeletal discrepancy together with a Class II malocclusion and a large anterior open bite. The malocclusion and skeletal discrepancy were managed with a combination of orthodontic and orthognathic treatment. The orthognathic surgery was undertaken following orthodontic decompe...
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The aims of this study were to assess whether reports of orthodontic clinical trials complied with the requirements of the Declaration of Helsinki. A retrospective observational study. The American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (AJODO), Journal of Orthodontics (formerly and up until 1999 known as the British Journal of Orthodo...
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To investigate the incidence and time taken to full publication of abstracts presented at dental scientific meetings. A retrospective observational study. All abstracts from the 1993 proceedings of the European Orthodontic Society (EOS) and European Organisation for Caries Research (ORCA) and a 10% random sample of abstracts from the International...
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To assess the readability of published orthodontic patient information leaflets (PILs) and their eligibility for the Plain English Campaign's Crystal Mark. A retrospective, observational study. PILs available from professional organizations and commercial companies. Twenty-six orthodontic PILs were assessed. The entire text of each leaflet was repr...
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This is the last of the current series of Evidence-based Orthodontics abstracts. The Journal of Orthodontics wishes to thank Dr Jayne Harrison for her significant contribution to the Journal, especially over the last four years.
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To test the hypothesis that the quality of reporting of orthodontic clinical trials is insufficient to allow readers to assess the validity of the trial. A retrospective observational study. The American Journal of Orthodontics and Dentofacial Orthopedics (AJODO), the British Journal of Orthodontics (BJO) and European Journal of Orthodontics (EJO)....
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Design Prospective cohort study of 402 randomly-selected individuals aged 7, 11 and 15 years at baseline. A total of 320 completed a questionnaire after 20 years of which 100 patients, who were aged 15 at initial examination, were re-examined. Orthodontic treatment in the oldest age group was scrutinised by individual case records.Outcome measure T...
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With the development of evidence-based dentistry it is important to consider how accurate and representative our published pool of evidence is. In this article we will describe publication bias and discuss the causes and potential effects it may have upon the pool of scientific evidence available in dentistry.
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Aim: To test the hypothesis that there is insufficient evidence available, from clinical trials, to allow evidence-based decisions to be made on the effectiveness of orthodontic treatment. To identify reports of orthodontic clinical trials and assess their demographic characteristics. A retrospective, observational study. The American Journal of Or...
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Aims To assess general dental practitioners' understanding of, and attitudes towards, evidence-based practice (EBP).Subjects A random sample of general dental practitioners currently practising in the North West of England.Method A cross-sectional survey using self-administered, structured, postal questionnaires in January 2001.Results A majority o...
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Objective To determine the validity of Medline searches for randomised controlled trials in dental research (RCT-Ds) using the medical subject headings (MeSH-terms).
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This is the protocol for a review and there is no abstract. The objectives are as follows: To test the null hypotheses that there are no differences in outcomes between • the age at which orthodontic treatment for crowded teeth is carried out; • different orthodontic interventions for correcting/preventing crowded teeth against the alternative hy...
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'Posterior crossbite' occurs when the top back teeth bite inside the bottom back teeth. When it affects one side of the mouth the lower jaw may have to move to one side to allow the back teeth to meet together. It is unclear what causes posterior crossbites and they may develop or improve at any time from when the baby teeth come into the mouth to...
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Objectives To identify all randomized controlled trials (RCTs) and compare papers published in two orthodontic journals. Design A retrospective, observational study. Setting The British Journal of Orthodontics (BJO) and European Journal of Orthodontics (EJO). Data source Papers published between 1989 and 1993. Method A hand search of all papers...
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Recent advances in restorative and surgical materials and techniques have increased the treatment options available for patients who are missing an anterior tooth. The factors influencing the management of such patients and the orthodontic implications of these treatment options are discussed in this paper.
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Restorative procedures which complement orthodontic treatment and which may be carried out by the orthodontist are summarized. The importance of planning, with the restorative requirements in mind and the maintenance of prepared space (individual tooth or abutment positions) in all three planes of space during the period of retention, is described....
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Conclusions: A significant number of patients had trauma to their maxillary incisors. Most injuries were minor and could be treated cheaply. Early growth modification may influence the incidence of incisor trauma, but it may need to be instigated soon after their eruption for it to be effective. Implications: This study suggests that early growth m...

Projects

Projects (2)
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We are updating the Cochrane review on Orthodontic treatment for posterior crossbite first published in 2001. The goal is to reassess the effects of orthodontic treatment for posterior crossbites in children and adults.
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To assess the effects of orthodontic treatment for prominent upper front teeth when this treatment is initiated when the child is seven to 11 years old compared to when they are in early adolescence, or when treatment uses different types of orthodontic braces.