Anatomical form defines color: function, form, and aesthetics.

  title={Anatomical form defines color: function, form, and aesthetics.},
  author={Douglas A Terry and Willi Geller and Olivier Tric and Mark J. Anderson and Monte Tourville and Alvin Kobashigawa},
  journal={Practical procedures & aesthetic dentistry : PPAD},
  volume={14 1},
  pages={59-67; quiz 68}
Contemporary composite materials enable the reproduction of polychromatic effects within a tooth. A broader definition of color that incorporates the anatomy and optical properties of a tooth must be developed so the dental professional can better understand the infinite possibilities of color that exist within the tooth and restoration. This article describes a direct protocol for the development of natural restorations in the posterior dentition through the integration of function, form, and… CONTINUE READING

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