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Aesthetics

Physical beauty. It is an important concept in marketing because consumers may be more inclined to buy a product they find aesthetically pleasing.
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In this region, treatment considerations include shape and shade matching of the crown, interdental spacing, topography of the ridge, contacts of the opposing dentition, parafunctional habits, and esthetic desires of the patient.
It ranges from development of philosophical theories about beauty, evolutionary influence on our system of preference and perception, tools of neuro esthetics and the neuroanatomical studies, to name the few.1,5
The end result being an individualized esthetic denture.
Toward the end of Levi-Strauss, Anthropology and Aesthetics, Boris Wiseman explores the ways in which Levi-Strauss's project in Mythologiques (1964-1971) is not only an anthropological endeavor, but also, and perhaps more significantly, an esthetic one.
Lingual appliances may be used for the esthetically conscientious patient, however Invisalign is equally esthetic with the added benefit of being removable and comfortable.
An analysis of the patient is done by utilizing an esthetic evaluation form, a finalized computer image, and a diagnostic wax-up for verification of a two-dimensional design.
Key Words: esthetics, dental; continuing dental education; over bite; knowledge; gingiva.
Orthodontic treatment is aimed towards creating socially acceptable esthetics and smiles.
“Our ingredients are what set us apart,” said Michael Morton, founder of Green Esthetics. “Before hiring chemists and manufacturing consultants, our team conducted extensive research on all potential ingredients, picking those proven to be the most effective yet still safe and natural.”
Indeed, Homemade Esthetics is exactly what its title says it is: not an academic treatise on the philosophy of art or on aesthetics (Greenberg preferred the less pedantic spelling "esthetics"), but an empirical assemblage of thoughts and second thoughts engaged with over the years and cobbled together in the home workshop.
It's more a matter of spirit." To describe the duration of a Tiravanija piece, you would have to figure out a way to combine the temporality of forever, now, and never: since an important part of Tiravanija's esthetic is not to waste anything (leftovers are stored in Tupperware) they approximate forever, having been created for a specific "now," but they also work against never - that this occurrence will never not have happened.
A more self-conscious attention to crosscultural esthetics could be found in the sections devoted to the Sudan and Ethiopia, in part because so many of these artists are expatriates who trained in art schools in Europe or the U.S.