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A team of German researchers has identified seven quantifiable parameters that can be used for the assessment of dentofacial aesthetics, according to a recent article in Dr.Bicuspid.
Through their review, the authors identified seven parameters that are sufficiently and reasonably quantifiable: the smile line, lip line, incisal offset, location of dental and facial midline, incisor angulations and width-to-height ratios of the maxillary anterior teeth, gingival contour, and root coverage and papilla height.
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AACD Charitable Foundation's Give Back a Smile Program Teams with Heraeus' Venus White® Brand as Official Whitening Challenge Fundraising Partner!
The number one whitening brand sold through dealers joins the effort to restore smiles to victims of intimate partner violence. More info here: http://www.aacd.com/index.php?module=cms&page=1096
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AACDers Pinhas Adar, CDT, MDT, and AACD past president Michael R. Sesemann, DDS, FAACD, are featured in the April issue of Inside Dentistry on Enhancing Communication Skills for Optimal Esthetic Transformations. Read it here: http://bit.ly/H7IvVh
AACD Accredited Member, Dr. Philip Kemp, offers a “Photography Tutorial: A Quick Guide to Understanding Your DSLR Camera” via Contemporary Product Solutions. http://bit.ly/GYEpBZ
According to the third annual Crest and Oral B Great Canadian Smile Survey, it is! Canadians ranked the smile as the most important attribute when determining attractiveness in others, more than twice as important as physical fitness. The survey also noted that while Canadians place great importance on the value of a healthy-looking smile only 30 per cent follow the dentist-recommended at home oral care routine of brushing, flossing and rinsing. Why? 24 per cent say they can’t be bothered and 20 per cent say they don’t have the time.
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