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Compendium

May 2010, Volume 31, Issue 4
Published by AEGIS Communications


From the Co-Editor

John C. Kois, DMD, MSD

“Understanding the ways these clinicians planned treatment and executed the results presented provides meaningful learning for all of us.”

Dear Readers,
Compendium is proud to bring you another thematic issue as part of our acclaimed series. Previous thematic issues have covered critical topics such as adhesion, implants, provisionals, caries, innovative orthodontics, and occlusal vertical dimension.

This unique thematic issue is the first one exploring the relationship between complex dental problems and their impact on facial esthetics. Our guest editor, Dr. Michael Arvystas, assembled a team of world-caliber authors whose diverse backgrounds created a unique blend of distinct topics.

One article provides practitioners with insight into growth maturation and aging to help with understanding their relationship to facial and dental esthetics. Another addresses solutions to complex dentofacial problems. A third article develops the rationale for establishing ideal occlusion with esthetic and functional excellence despite many unique challenges.

These articles stress the importance of interdisciplinary treatment in order to provide the necessary outcome. Understanding the ways these clinicians planned treatment and executed the results presented provides meaningful learning for all of us. I hope you enjoy this issue as much as I have.

I encourage you to visit http://www.compendiumlive.com for your continuing education needs. The site has a diversity of comprehensive topics at your fingertips. You can read these articles and take the quizzes according to your schedule. Thank you for your continuing support.

Sincerely,

John C. Kois, DMD, MSD


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