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Three-Dimensional Shade Analysis

Perspectives of Color--Part I

Although color is evident in daily function, it is often misunderstood and obscured by misconceptions. While the literature focuses on mathematical formulas and specific facets of color, little research exists on the fundamental aspects of color realization. This podcast demonstrates the principles of color, which includes definitions, measurements, sensations, and perceptions in conjunction with its practical application in restorative dentistry.

*Private practice, North Harrow, United Kingdom 

 

Learning Objectives:

This podcast demonstrates the principles of color as they relate to restorative dentistry. Upon completing this podcast, the listener should have:

  • An improved understanding of the sensation of color.
  • The ability to predictably use color in restorative dentistry.

 

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