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Shade Matching - Part 1

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The importance and the correct procedures for shade matching are described, along with an in depth look into color theory and how it relates to the restorative and cosmetic practice.

Date Added:
4/24/2008

Author(s):

Pascal Zyman, DDS Pascal Zyman, DDS
Doctor Pascal Zyman graduated in 1985 from Paris VII, D.Diderot, School of Dentistry where he also retained a clinical assistant appointment in the Department of Restor...
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