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Principles of Esthetic Integration

Table of Contents:
1. Morphological Integration
2. Biological Integration
3. Esthetic Integration
4. Functional Integration
5. Principles of the Esthetic Setup
6. Final Consideration

300pp: 532 illus (532 in color)


"....In conclusion, this is an excellent book that practitioners will benefit from. This subject is of great importance in view of the evolution and integration of esthetics in all disciplines of dentistry in this generation"
Denise Estagan, DDS, MS
NYSDJ November 2000

Editorial Reviews
From Book News, Inc.
Brings the basic ideas of esthetics--forms, colors, and structures--to the practice of dentistry. Private practitioner Rufenacht hopes to help other dentists develop their own individual conscious knowledge of esthetic principles. He argues that this esthetic knowledge constitutes a prerequisite to harmoniously integrating dental elements into the particulars of facial design; to responding to functional requirements; and to detecting, explaining, and providing correction to the multiplicity of esthetic failures and disharmonies in human dental structures. Book News, Inc.®, Portland, OR