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To understand the import of Wiseman's project, an esthetics must be distinguished from an anthropology of art.
has provided the clinician with opportunities for comprehensive orthodontic treatment using a large number of esthetic and removable aligners (Figure 1).
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.
1%) about gingival esthetics than those with > 10 years' experience (p=0.
Esthetic soft tissue management of teeth and implants.
Principles and Practice of Esthetic Dentistry; Volume 1
La Donna is a graduate of The Heidi Phillips School of Esthetics and Medical Esthetics located in Huntsville, Alabama, Treasurer of the Alabama Association of Licensed Estheticians and formerly worked for a plastic surgeon.
The reading of Homemade Esthetics is most profitable when attuned to this spirit.
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.
To forget trauma is to be amoral and amnesiac; to remember trauma alone is to refuse to turn cessation into continuance, to resist the ethic and esthetics of survival.
Just as French reconstruction culture initially held on obstinately to Matisse and Picasso as the ideal prewar or even transhistorical artists, and considered easel painting and bronze sculpture as the optimal objects through which to guarantee the continuity of a national esthetic, so the European, even global success of Marino Marini's sculptures in the early '50s seemed to confirm the viability of an Italian version of that model.