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'State of the art' in aesthetic dentistry

'State of the art' in aesthetic dentistry UPFRONT EDITORIAL Christopher Orr Guest Editor, BDJ Aesthetic Dentistry Series The BDJ Upfront section includes editorials, letters, news, book reviews and interviews. Please direct your correspondence to the News Editor, Kate Quinlan at BDJNews@nature.com. Press releases or articles may be edited, and should include a colour photograph if possible. he smile is a universal means of considerations, while they may, or may not, elective procedures and as practitioners we showing welcome, friendship and have been explained in detail to the patient overlook this essential element at our cost. Tacceptance. The creation and main - probably had less impact than in today’s New techniques may have made a difference tenance of a beautiful smile has always been Internet-empowered world. Not only are our but the age-old imperative of good communi- a part of dental practice. In the past, this patients better informed they are also more cation remains as crucial as ever. As the range has oe ft n presented a considerable clinical likely to question the removal of hard dental of available treatment modalities increases, challenge, as older techniques and materials tissue, being more able to understand at least it becomes impossible for one practitioner to were ‘technique sensitive’, http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png British Dental Journal Springer Journals

'State of the art' in aesthetic dentistry

British Dental Journal , Volume 221 (8) – Oct 21, 2016

'State of the art' in aesthetic dentistry

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UPFRONT EDITORIAL Christopher Orr Guest Editor, BDJ Aesthetic Dentistry Series The BDJ Upfront section includes editorials, letters, news, book reviews and interviews. Please direct your correspondence to the News Editor, Kate Quinlan at BDJNews@nature.com. Press releases or articles may be edited, and should include a colour photograph if possible. he smile is a universal means of considerations, while they may, or may not, elective procedures and as practitioners we showing welcome,...
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Publisher
Springer Journals
Copyright
Copyright © 2016 by Nature Publishing Group
Subject
Dentistry; Dentistry
ISSN
0007-0610
eISSN
1476-5373
DOI
10.1038/sj.bdj.2016.748
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Abstract

UPFRONT EDITORIAL Christopher Orr Guest Editor, BDJ Aesthetic Dentistry Series The BDJ Upfront section includes editorials, letters, news, book reviews and interviews. Please direct your correspondence to the News Editor, Kate Quinlan at BDJNews@nature.com. Press releases or articles may be edited, and should include a colour photograph if possible. he smile is a universal means of considerations, while they may, or may not, elective procedures and as practitioners we showing welcome, friendship and have been explained in detail to the patient overlook this essential element at our cost. Tacceptance. The creation and main - probably had less impact than in today’s New techniques may have made a difference tenance of a beautiful smile has always been Internet-empowered world. Not only are our but the age-old imperative of good communi- a part of dental practice. In the past, this patients better informed they are also more cation remains as crucial as ever. As the range has oe ft n presented a considerable clinical likely to question the removal of hard dental of available treatment modalities increases, challenge, as older techniques and materials tissue, being more able to understand at least it becomes impossible for one practitioner to were ‘technique sensitive’,

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British Dental JournalSpringer Journals

Published: Oct 21, 2016

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