Cecil C. Steiner (1896-1989) was a dentist and one of Edward H. Angle's first students in 1921.
He developed a form of cephalometric analysis, presented in 1953, referred to as the Steiner method of analysis.
- 1968 Albert H. Ketcham Memorial Award from the American Board of Orthodontics
- 1978 Distinguished Honor Scroll, Charles H. Tweed International Foundation for Orthodontic Research and Education
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- ^ American Board of Orthodontics
- ^ Charles H. Tweed International Foundation for Orthodontic Research and Education