esthetic dentistry


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es·the·tic den·tis·try

a field of dentistry concerned especially with the appearance of the dentition as achieved through its arrangement, form, and color.

esthetic dentistry

Any of those dental treatments that improve the location, visual appearance, and function of the teeth and jaws.
See also: dentistry

es·the·tic den·tis·try

(es-thetik dentis-trē)
Dental field especially concerned with the appearance of dentition as achieved through its arrangement, form, and color.
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The authors state that esthetic dentistry is elective and the evaluation of its results are rather subjective; thus, the dentist must ensure that legal preventive measures and good risk management are followed.
N: P-ASA Block injection: A new palatal technique to anaesthetize maxillary anterior teeth: J of esthetic dentistry, 1999; 11(2): 63-77.
Imaging in Esthetic Dentistry CG Goldstein, RG Goldstein, and DA Garber.
Advancing esthetic dentistry through education and sustainable solutions based on clinician input, Kerr has become synonymous with integrity for dental professionals worldwide.
Selim Pamuk, president of the Turkish Academy of Esthetic Dentistry and one of the most well-known dentists in Turkey.
2) It was suggested that the need or demand for esthetic dentistry may be extensive based and surpass formulaic perceptions.
He was recipient of the American Academy of Esthetic Dentistry Award and the American Association of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgeons Dental Implant Award.
This first volume comprises tips, gleaned by trial and error from the author and his students, on eliminating common errors in 46 procedures in prosthetic first aid, restorative dentistry, prosthodontics, periodontics, implant and esthetic dentistry, orthodontics, and ergonomics.
Gordan, AA Hanna, IA Mjor, Esthetic dentistry in North American Dental schools, (c) J Can Dent Assoc 2004; 70(4): 230-d.
of restorative & esthetic dentistry 1998; 5; 235-242.