Esthetics and vertical tooth position: orthodontic possibilities.

  title={Esthetics and vertical tooth position: orthodontic possibilities.},
  author={Vincent O. Kokich},
  journal={Compendium of continuing education in dentistry},
  volume={18 12},
  pages={1225-31; quiz 1232}
Throughout the 1990s, esthetic dentistry has become a prominent part of the treatment protocol of most dentists. Patients have become more conscious of the benefits of a beautiful smile and are willing to invest time and money to improve the appearance of their teeth. Many of these patients can be treated with routine restorative procedures (crowns, composites, laminates) to achieve the desired results. However, some patients have problems with tooth position that create significant… CONTINUE READING

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