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esthetics

 [es-thet´iks]
the branch of philosophy dealing with beauty; in dentistry, a philosophy concerned especially with the appearance of a dental restoration, as achieved through its color or form.

es·thet·ics

(es-thet'iks),
The branch of philosophy concerned with art and beauty, especially with the components thereof.

aesthetics

The study and/or implementation of the activities which are pleasing to the senses, and have sensori-emotional value.

es·thet·ics

(es-thet'iks)
The branch of philosophy concerned with art and beauty, especially with the components thereof.
Synonym(s): aesthetics.

es·thet·ics

(es-thet'iks)
The branch of philosophy concerned with art and beauty, especially with the components thereof.
Synonym(s): aesthetics.
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The Visual Analogue Scale (VAS) was recommended as a subjective measure of the esthetic outcome of implant-supported restorations [16].
The knowledge of the development and evolution of dental esthetics may help dental students in understanding their own smiles and facial esthetics.
A SURVEY OF EDENTULOUS PATIENT PREFERENCE AMONG DIFFERENT DENTURE ESTHETIC CONCEPTS.
The esthetic component emerges from the importance Wiseman places on a theory of the creative act at the centre of pensee sauvage.
Extrusion of her maxillary laterals and canines was attempted to achieve the esthetic alignment of the maxillary anteriors.
Imaging in Esthetic Dentistry is written for dentists who currently do not use computer imaging in their practice and for those desiring optimum use of their existing imaging equipment.
Increased awareness of general population about their appearances, claims more esthetic results from dentists.1 Dentistry is taught as a subject that revolves around the art and science of esthetics and function of the masticatory apparatus and its surrounding structures.
Also, the specialists, general dentists and dental students should have common perception of esthetics for ideal and uniform treatment provision, especially in multidisciplinary approaches.13
Green Esthetics aims are simple: honesty in labeling, working hard to avoid absolutely any type of harmful ingredient and creating products that even the most health-conscious consumer can use with ease and confidence.
It comes as no surprise, given his lack of academic training and his decisively pragmatic biases, that Continental philosophy is a somewhat muddled area for him, even though Homemade Esthetics demonstrates that Greenberg has read Kant's Critique of Judgment more attentively than most of those who have reproached him for his alleged Kantianism.
His itinerary between different places, his driving or his being driven within a given city, places more importance on the journey than on any destination - these various trips are not the side effects of his esthetic project but what motors it, what causes it to arrive at what it is.
In Britain, a glance at recent exhibition reviews touching on such themes as "New Art from China (or India, Cuba, etc.)," is enough to confirm the suspicion that the esthetic concerns of individual artists continue to be neglected in favor of redundant assumptions about ethnicity or poorly informed comparisons with Western Modernism.