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Aesthetic Dentistry

David Bartlett, Paul A. Brunton

Publisher: Quintessence Publishing

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Aesthetic dentistry is a rapidly developing field of restorative dentistry. It is driven by increasing demands and expectations of patients for functional but aesthetic restorations. This volume is not intended to serve as a definitive textbook on aesthetic dentistry; rather, it provides many hints and tips that practitioners can readily incorporate into their every day practice to improve aesthetic outcomes for their patients. The basic theories underlying the advice presented are also well explained.
Available since: 03/19/2019.

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