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  • Interest in bleaching teeth has grown exponentially in the last few years and is set to increase dramatically again in the future as new markets become available and stimulate further product development. This guide is written to help the busy restorative dentist who needs to keep up to date with the types of product available, the techniques to use them effectively and safely, and how to use them in combination with restorative dentistry in treating patients.

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  • Accepted worldwide as one of the most important new areas in clinical dentistry, esthetic dentistry is undergoing constant expansion and advancement. Here is the first complete practitioner's guide to the field, with key techniques for improving, restoring, or rebuilding single teeth with a wide range of ceramic systems. Written by a renowned international team who has pioneered several of the techniques in use today, the book covers both basic principles and clinical and laboratory procedures, with dozens of case examples and before-and-after photographs....

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  • Esthetics (also spelled aesthetics) is a subdiscipline of value theory or axiology, which is a branch of philosophy that studies sensory values, sometimes called judgments of sentiment or taste. Esthetics is closely associated with the philosophy of High Art. Esthetics includes art as well as the very purpose behind it. Esthetics as a branch of philosophy studies art, the methods of evaluating art, and judgments of art. Art has existed through all recorded human history. Art is unique to human beings because of our innate ability to abstract.

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  • ESTHETIC DENTISTRY presents clearly highlighted techniques in step-by-step fashion, with unmistakable delineation of armamentarium, for the treatment of esthetic problems. Hundreds of clinical tips are included throughout the book to alert clinicians to potential problems, variations on techniques, and other treatment considerations. Numerous tables and boxes illustrate the properties of various materials and compare/contrast different products on the market.

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  • At a recent meeting of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry a survey questioned whether aesthetic treatment methods were ethical. The situation typical for that time was used as basis for the survey: "Let's assume that the patient is completely healthy and there are no biological or physical reasons for a therapeutic intervention.

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  • This book is written for the general practitioner in small animal practice. The aim is to supply all the information required to be able to practice good dentistry. There is a real opportunity, if not an absolute need, to improve the practice of dentistry and oral surgery in general practice. While the discipline is taught in most veterinary schools, the time restrictions of the basic veterinary curriculum generally do not allow adequate coverage. This book presents comprehensive and detailed knowledge of how to prevent, diagnose and treat common dental diseases in the dog and cat.

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  • Webster’s Third New International Dictionary defines “esthetic” as “appreciative of, responsive to, or zealous about the beautiful; having a sense …of beauty or fine culture.” Each of us has a general sense of beauty. However, our own individual expression, interpretation, and experience make it unique, however much it is influenced by culture and self-image. What one culture perceives as disfigured may be beautiful to another. Chinese women once bound their feet, and Ubangis distend their lips.

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  • Since the last issue on temporomandibular (TMD) disorders and orofacial pain presented in the Dental Clinics of North America (April 1997), there has been an explosion of scientific, technologic, and procedural advances in this complex field. The amalgamation of the science with the art of dentistry has resulted from an enhanced appreciation for and the ability to provide evidence-based diagnosis and care. Pain and compromised function are the most common reasons for which people seek health care.

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  • The use of implants has, little by little, been imposed on the world of dentistry. Some years ago, it was strongly suggested that the practitioners asked implant patients to sign a consent form to release the dentist from all responsibility in case of failure. Then, one day a patient in France sued his dentist for having prepared his teeth for a fixed partial denture without suggesting the implant alternative. The patient won the case. Soon it might be necessary to ask patients to sign a form indicating that they have refused implant treatment.

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  • There is no doubt that the introduction and evolution of regenerative and implant therapies affords clinicians the opportunity to provide patients with previously undreamt-of treatment outcomes. However, such therapeutic approaches must not be visualized as an end to themselves. The goals of conscientious and comprehensive therapy remain the maximization of patient comfort, function, and esthetics in both the short and long terms.

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  • Implant dentistry today focuses more on the patient’s overall appearance than ever before, contributing not only to enhanced social interaction but also to selfconfidence and self-esteem. As a result, esthetic implantology procedures are expected to become a more integral part of modern dentistry, encompassing quality of life along with routine functional establishment.

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  • Believing that sufficient and well-deserved prominence was not being given to the use of tin foil and its combinations, the author decided to present a brief historical résumé of the subject, together with such practical information as he possesses, before the profession in order that it may have the satisfaction of saving more teeth, since that is the pre-eminent function of the modern dentist.

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  • Operative dentistry is a dynamic discipline. Many changes in techniques, materials, and emphasis have occurred since the third edition of this textbook. The continued development, increased use, and recognized benefit of bonding procedures are paramount and have resulted in a new emphasis on, as well as techniques for, such procedures. New information about cariology, infection control needs and procedures, diagnosis and treatment planning, and adhesive dentistry is presented in this edition, as is updated information about esthetic restorations.

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