Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry Made Easy (pdf)
Author : Pramod Bansi Mathur, Sanjay Bansi Mathur
Aesthetic and Cosmetic Dentistry Made Easy
This book is written keeping in view the requirements of the practicing dentists, dental students, and the dental material dealers. The commoner procedural mistakes, which ultimately result in procedure failures and frustrations both for the patient and the dentist, are well highlighted (What, Why, How?) in this book. The first chapter is about “origin and scope” of “aesthetic and cosmetic dentistry”. Next four chapters give briefings about the “materials” used in “aesthetic and cosmetic dentistry”. (Along with their commercial/brand name and the names of the company manufacturing them), because generally a dentist know only the “pharmacological name” of the “dental material “whereas the dealers know only the brand name or the company manufacturing them. “generation-chart “will explain to you the names/ brands/flows/benefits/disadvantages/dates of their invention and all relative information about “Bonding Materials.” Remaining chapters explain steps in chronological order to use these materials in fillings/fractured corner of teeth repairs/lamination of discolored and fluorosed teeth/diastema closure/or even conversion of misplaced 13 into position of 12 using composite material/bleaching of teeth/press-able ceramics/metal base crowns with acrylic or ceramic facings/dowel pin crown, etc. Accompanying DVD will make you to remember by heart (Using models, movies, commentaries, etc.) the steps as step-1/step-2/step-3, etc. in their perfect chronological order which shall result in successful ultimate results of your procedures done on your patients. If you read this book thoroughly and revise it 2 to 3 times and watch the DVD repeatedly, and if you are appearing for examination or working on your patients the “sounds” filled in DVD shall echo in your ears and the movies, etc. of the procedures will reel at the back of your mind. And that will guarantee a perfect dental procedure on your patient and your name as a most popular and reliable dentist. The accompanying DVD has 52 PPT slides, containing on each slide the important text described in the book, along with its photos, and or movies, and “Sound”, i.e. running commentaries, etc. that shall make the text crystal clear in the mind of the reader. If the reader is not in a mood of reading the book, he/she can listen to the text described on each DVD, which shall echo in his/her ears later. This is a proved scientific way for better and quicker learning. On slide no.10 the author has explained a technique by which you will learn “How to remember anything” specially names/or steps in chronological order. By little practice you will also learn as ‘How to remember difficult text steps in perfect chronological order.’ Using this coding and decoding technique you can remember the entire book by heart, try it.
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