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by U. Belser,Pascal Magne

Bonded Porcelain Restorations in the Anterior Dentition: A Biomimetic Approach download ebook
ISBN:
0867154225
ISBN13:
978-0867154221
Author:
U. Belser,Pascal Magne
Publisher:
Quintessence Pub Co; 1 edition (May 1, 2002)
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Pages:
406 pages
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1766 kb
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1952 kb
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Rating:
4.8

A Biomimetic Approach ( by Pascal Magne, U. Belser) In this classic Book of Esthetic Porcelain Restorations the autor takes a revolutionary aproach in what he calls the Biomimetic Aproach.

First going back to basics and studying nature . the form and function of natural teeth he then studies how each tissue (dentine/enamel) behaves mechanically (when loaded) and where the forces and stresses concentrate. This leads to the principles of good, lasting, strong, and natural restorations.

The book stresses the biomimetic approach, which I think is more of the swiss school of dentistry. The photos in the book are well taken, something to aspire towards. Making the teeth look realistic and polychromatic. The book is also part of the recommended readings from the American Association of Cosmetic Dentists (AACD). It also comes in a laminated box, something I didn't expect, but is a nice to have.

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oceedings{Magne2002BondedPR, title {Bonded Porcelain Restorations in the Anterior Dentition: A Biomimetic Approach}, author {Pascal Magne and Urs Christoph Belser}, year {2002} }. Pascal Magne, Urs Christoph Belser. Understanding the intact tooth and biomimetic principle natural oral esthetics ultraconservative treatment options evolution of indications for anterior bonded porcelain restorations initial treatment planning and diagnostic approach tooth preparation, impression and provisionalization laboratory procedures try-in and adhesive luting procedures maintenance and repairs.

Bonded Porcelain Restorations In The Anterior Dentition – A Biomimetic Approach Pascal Magne & Urs Belser. A must have for all Biomimetic Dentists. Today we want to take time to talk about our mentor and dear friend, Pascal Magne

Bonded Porcelain Restorations In The Anterior Dentition – A Biomimetic Approach Pascal Magne & Urs Belser. Today we want to take time to talk about our mentor and dear friend, Pascal Magne. In dental school, Pascal changed the way we see and practice dentistry. Every year, he continues to educate both dental students and established practitioners with his passion and enthusiasm for the finest dentistry.

Magne Pascal, Urs Belser. This work introduces an approach to aesthetic restoration of the anterior dentition. Guided by the philosophy of biomimetics, the authors combine sound biologic principles with an overriding respect for the natural intact tooth to achieve aesthetic satisfaction with bonded porcelain restorations.

Pascal Magne, U. Belser. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Magne, Pascal, Belser, Urs . Bonded Porcelain Restorations in the Anterior Dentition; A Biomimetic Approach; Book . This book introduces a unique approach to esthetic restoration of the anterior dentition. Bonded Porcelain Restorations in the Anterior Dentition; A Biomimetic Approach; Book; 406 pages; 2002; Title-No. Guided by the philosophy of biomimetics, the authors combine sound biologic principles with an overriding respect for the natural intact tooth to achieve esthetic satisfaction with bonded porcelain restorations.

April 2013 · Hua xi kou qiang yi xue za zhi Huaxi kouqiang yixue zazhi West China journal of stomatology. This paper introduced the key points in fabricating anterior esthetic restorations with all ceramic materials, including pre-operative smile design, standard tooth preparation, provisional restoration fabrication, all ceramic materials selection, all ceramic restoration bonding, ceramic crack and fracture prevention anterior esthetic restorations.

by Pascal Magne (Author),‎ U. Belser (Author). Unlike traditional veneers, the approach described here draws upon the ideal hues, the subtle shades, and especially the intracoronal anatomy of the intact tooth to serve as a guide to reconstruction and as a measurement of success.

This book introduces a unique approach to esthetic restoration of the anterior dentition. Guided by the philosophy of biomimetics, the authors combine sound biologic principles with an overriding respect for the natural intact tooth to achieve esthetic satisfaction with bonded porcelain restorations. Unlike traditional veneers, the approach described here draws upon the ideal hues, the subtle shades, and especially the intracoronal anatomy of the intact tooth to serve as a guide to reconstruction and as a measurement of success. From this perspective, a checklist of fundamental esthetic criteria is presented, and treatment planning, diagnostics, tooth preparation, laboratory procedures, adhesive luting procedures, and maintenance protocols are carefully detailed. The reader will find all the information and step-by-step instruction needed to obtain the authors superior results, which are showcased throughout the book.
Reviews:
  • Nejind
Originally I borrowed this book from the university library, thinking that I could read it and return it. After spending several evenings reading and reviewing the concepts and diagrams in book, I decided to purchase it, deciding that it would make a wonderful addition to my dental library. I was a little bit worried about buying a book that was written over 7 years ago, but many of the concepts and techniques that Dr. Magne discusses still hold true.

The book is divided into 9 chapters:

Chapter 1 - Understanding the intact tooth and the biomimetic principle.
Chapter 2 - Natural Oral Esthetics
Chapter 3 - Ultraconservative Treatment Options
Chapter 4 - Evolution of Indications for Anterior Bonded Porcelain Restorations
Chapter 5 - Initial Treatment Planning and Diagnostic Approach
Chapter 6 - Tooth Preparation, Impression and Provisionalization
Chapter 7 - Laboratory Procedures
Chapter 8 - Try-In and Adhesive Luting Procedures
Chapter 9 - Maintenance and Repairs

The book stresses the biomimetic approach, which I think is more of the swiss school of dentistry. (Making the teeth look realistic and polychromatic.)

The photos in the book are well taken, something to aspire towards. The book is also part of the recommended readings from the American Association of Cosmetic Dentists (AACD). (It also comes in a laminated box, something I didn't expect, but is a nice to have.)
  • Brannylv
One of the best books on restorative dentistry.
  • POFOD
this is a fantastic book. you'll find there pretty much everything you might need about the topic. It has been very carefully thought through too. it is very easy to read, no rubbish, just the practical stuff. The book itself is a piece of art, beautifully printed and finished.
look no further!
  • Braendo
Dr. Magne has created an excellent study of anterior porcelains restorations. The book itself is well put together with beautiful photographs and and current information.
  • Bulace
A must read for all dentists. Should be mandatory in school. This book demonstrates the confluence of biology, chemistry and physics.
  • Topmen
2 issues:

- when I did the buy, ther was an offer of, free quick shipping for the first delivery made at Amazon. After sellecting it the price for shipping was 50 dollars almost. I just realised later. It was offer to me 1/2 payment which I accepted, but I don't think thats a good policy. A little tricky for newcomers from other contries.

- When the book irreved it came whit a jag at the hard cover. But actualy i didn t complain. But, not ook for an hard cover in a book as expensive as this one.

Sorry for my english,

Carlos Martins
  • Pryl
The author takes an revolutionary approach to restoring anterior teeth, a Biomimetic approach. The author goes back to basics and studies nature i.e. the form and function of natural teeth. He then studies how each tissue (dentine/enamel) behaves mechanically (when loaded) and where the forces and stresses concentrate. These findings then lay the foundation as to how teeth should be restored i.e. should they be restored so they are as strong as nature (mimic natures strength) or stronger. The author tends to favour the former approach, and goes about outlining materials and design principles that will achieve this result. He presents an extremely interesting method and commonsense approach to restoring teeth. By reading this book, it allows us to reflect upon the potential disasters (verticle root fractures, decorination) that may be caused by restoring teeth in the traditional way (crowns & posts) whereby making them stronger than nature.
This book is a must have if you enjoy doing bonded porcelain restorations and you want to see how a master does it. The lab work is unbelievable and the photography is excellent. Its like having an Ansel Adams book: you have to see how the best do it so that you have something to aspire to.
The cost is pretty high, but so what. You will want to take notes when you read this. If you are really flush with cash, buy one for your lab tech.