Esthetic


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aesthetic

(sometimes US), esthetic
1. connected with aesthetics or its principles
2. a principle of taste or style adopted by a particular person, group, or culture

Esthetic

The distinctive vocabulary of a given style.
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The crown was cemented with dual cement Variolink Esthetic using adhesive technique recommended by the manufacturer.
evaluated the esthetic outcome of maxillary anterior single-tooth implants using WES/PES, and they used the VAS to evaluate the satisfaction of the patient toward the single-implant in the esthetic zone [19].
The rightness of the PES/WES index for the objective outcome assessment of the esthetic dimension of anterior single-tooth crown was confirmed.
The topic of esthetics was selected as it correlates to all major fields of dentistry.
The objectives of this study were firstly to assess the effect of the current curriculum on knowledge of anterior dental esthetics in dental graduates.
In this way, Wiseman paints a portrait of an anthropologist deeply embedded in esthetic thought.
By locating esthetics as important to Levi-Strauss's anthropology, Wiseman can also argue that Levi-Strauss has something to offer to esthetic theory.
The patient was treated in 10 months with an esthetic and removable treatment modality.
Conclusions: Both cases show nice results meeting the orthodontists' treatment goals as well as providing an esthetic treatment modality.
The curriculum for students enrolled in an esthetics course is 1500 hours (minimum 10 months).
If this is a esthetics, what does the term `aesthetic' mean?
Sometimes, just to note a stylistic complication, and not one of any philosophical significance, the word `aesthetic' is used as a substitute for `a esthetics'.