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Non-stimulating tradition: The Effect of Temperament on Painting Art Preferences
Joanna Rz?dkowska,Alicja Paracka,Natalia Frankowska
Avant : Journal of Philosophical-Interdisciplinary Vanguard , 2010,
Abstract: This study examined the effect of temperament on preferences for painted artwork. Our preferences are determined by different personality traits. The study presented here was a replication of the current study of Terror Management Theory (TMT) with the structures of temperament as individual differences. The results showed significant differences in preferences for traditional and modern art, depending on the degree of harmonization of the temperamental structures. Sanguines and melancholics in the no fear condition evaluated modern art most highly, however in the fear condition they evaluated traditional art most highly. This effect confirms the importance of individual differences and the situational variability of preferences in art.
Estética en Odontología: Parte II. papel de los principios estéticos en la Odontología
González Blanco,Olga; Solórzano Peláez,Ana Lorena; Balda Zavarce,Rebeca;
Acta Odontológica Venezolana , 1999,
Abstract: the comprehension of esthetic principles should permit a logical evaluation of the fundamentals of beauty. this requires esthetic training to allow the development of an objetive criteria. investigations have resulted in the formulation and verification of a set of principles of visual perception. the formulation of those principles or parameters may be used as a guide. composition, unity, dominance, cohesive and segregative forces, balance, proportion, simmetry and personality are discussed.
Sub-Epithelial Connective Tissue Graft to Increase the Volume of Residual Alveolar Bone in the Upper Anterior Sector and Fixed Rehabilitation with Zirconia  [PDF]
Minor Enrique Zu?iga Araya, Rita Elizabeth Martínez Martínez, José Honorio Olvera Delgado, Jaime Alejandro Nieto Ramirez, Elena A. Popoca Hernandez, José Luis Ayala Herrera
Open Journal of Stomatology (OJST) , 2018, DOI: 10.4236/ojst.2018.86018
Abstract: Background: The collapse of the alveolar ridge in an edentulous area in patients who will undergo oral rehabilitation impedes the harmonic relationship between pontic and ridge. To correct this type of defect there are several surgical techniques that aim to achieve soft tissue augmentation, allowing the conformation of an ideal profile with the use of a pontic. The aim was to demonstrate how the technique of tissue modification in an area with a class b defect of Allen allows the correction of aesthetics in the anterior dental sector. Case presentation: A 41-year-old Mexican woman. Extra and intraoral examination was performed, the dental treatment included connective tissue graft and rehabilitation with Zirconia. Conclusion: Surgery of residual alveolar ridge augmentation with connective tissue graft gives the patient favorable aesthetic results in the anterior area when it will be rehabilitated.
Estética en Odontología Parte IV: Alternativas de Tratamiento en Odontología Estética
González Blanco,Olga; Solórzano Peláez,Ana Lorena; Balda Zavarce,Rebeca;
Acta Odontológica Venezolana , 1999,
Abstract: esthetic dentistry is a multidisciplinary component of total facial esthetics. to create an optimal smile requires the integration of all diciplines in dentistry. the improvement in dental materials and the techniques of using these materials has allowed the dentist and additional means of artistic expression. this article reviews the treatment modalities to develop a total dentofacial harmony.
Estética en odontología: Parte I Aspectos psicológicos relacionados a la estética bucal
González Blanco,Olga; Solórzano Peláez,Ana Lorena; Balda Zavarce,Rebeca;
Acta Odontológica Venezolana , 1999,
Abstract: patients seeking to improve the appearance of their smiles have driven the profession toward challenges in esthetic dentistry. developing a pleasing smile is an artistic venture. dentist should refine his perception and allow the development of individual feelings in accordance with objetive criteria. esthetics is a phenomenon of the intellect that engenders an emotion that connotes which is pleasent or unpleasent. in fact, the positive psycological effects of improving appearance often contribute to a improved self-image and enhanced self esteem. patients demand a more youthful appearence as an essential element of therapy given the longstanding psychological finding that attractive persons are considered more qualified and reliable.
Three dimensional socket preservation: a technique for soft tissue augmentation along with socket grafting
Gholam Ali Gholami, Maryam Aghaloo, Farzin Ghanavati, Reza Amid, Mahdi Kadkhodazadeh
Annals of Surgical Innovation and Research , 2012, DOI: 10.1186/1750-1164-6-3
Abstract: We reviewed this technique through a case report and discuss it’s benefit in compare to other socket preservation procedures.The main advantages of RPC graft would be summarized as follows: stable primary closure during bone remodeling, saving or crating sufficient vestibular depth, making adequate keratinized gingiva on the buccal surface, and being esthetically pleasant.
Influence of different width/height ratio of maxillary anterior teeth in the attractiveness of gingival smiles
Borges, Ana Carolina Guimar?es;Seixas, Mayra Reis;Machado, Andre Wilson;
Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2176-94512012000500016
Abstract: objective: to evaluate, among laypersons and orthodontists, the influence of the width/height proportions of upper anterior teeth on the smile attractiveness, in photographs of close up smile from three adult caucasian women, with 4 mm of gingival exposure. methods: the photographs of close up smiles were digitally manipulated and six images were created from each smile with teeth's width/height proportions in 65%, 70%, 75%, 80%, 85% and 90%. then, all these images were manipulated again and a black mask covering all teeth from the lower arch was created. the figures were then assessed by 60 evaluators, 30 orthodontists and 30 laypersons, who assigned, in a visual analog scale, the level of attractiveness of each image. results: the obtained results, in general, showed that the proportions of 75%, 80% and 85% received the highest scores while the proportion of 65% received the lowest scores, for both groups of examiners (p < 0.05). when orthodontists and laypersons were compared, it was not found, in most situations, a significant statistical difference between their assessments (p > 0.05). yet, the comparison between scores assigned to smiles with and without inferior teeth showed that, for all situations, there was no statistically significant difference between them (p > 0.05). conclusion: for patients with gingival smile, the width/height proportions of upper anterior teeth considered more esthetic were the ones of 75%,80% and 85% for laypersons and orthodontists, and the presence or absence of inferior teeth did not affect the attractiveness level of the assessed smiles.
Influence of buccal corridor dimension on smile esthetics
Nascimento, Diana Cunha;Santos, êmeli Rodrigues dos;Machado, Andre Wilson Lima;Bittencourt, Marcos Alan Vieira;
Dental Press Journal of Orthodontics , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S2176-94512012000500020
Abstract: objective: to assess the influence of buccal corridor width on smile esthetics of male and female, caucasian and afro-descendant subjects by means of digitally manipulated photographs, as well as compare assessments of full-face view (ffv) and close-up view of the mouth (cuvm) images. methods: facial photographs were taken of four adults' smile, two caucasians and two afro-descendants of both genders. the resulting images were digitally manipulated with the aim of rendering - from each original smile - three other smiles simulating three different buccal corridor widths, namely, narrow, medium width and wide. the rendered images, 12 of which portraying ffvs and 12 providing cuvms, were assessed by 60 examiners who rated the attractiveness of each smile by means of a visual analog scale (vas). the data were treated with anova and tukey's post test to compare the different buccal corridors, and student's t test to compare the two image views (ffv and cuvm). results: medium width buccal corridors were considered the most attractive in the four individuals investigated, both in the assessment of ffvs and cuvms (p < 0.05). comparison between the narrow and wide buccal corridors, in general, showed no statistically significant differences (p > 0.05). furthermore, no statistically significant difference was found between the analyses of ffvs and cuvms (p > 0.05). conclusion: the buccal corridor exercised a remarkable influence on smile esthetics, with the medium width group being rated as the most attractive. no influence was exerted by the individuals' face, ethnicity or gender.
Análise Facial Subjetiva
Reis, Sílvia Augusta Braga;Abr?o, Jorge;Capelozza Filho, Leopoldino;Claro, Cristiane Aparecida de Assis;
Revista Dental Press de Ortodontia e Ortopedia Facial , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1415-54192006000500017
Abstract: introduction: facial analysis has been an important diagnostic method since the beginning of orthodontics. many authors have tried to define references of beauty to be reached with orthodontic treatment. this preoccupation is in accordance with patient expectation with orthodontic treatment. the main motivation for them is esthetic improvement. to solve it successfully orthodontists must know witch parameters the population use for esthetic evaluation. with suggest, through this paper, the subjective facial analysis, esthetic and morphologic. aim: to evaluate the application of the analysis proposed. methods: it was asked a heterogeneous group (14 orthodontists, 12 laymen, 7 artists) to classify 100 photographs of facial profile as esthetically pleasant (grades 7, 8 or 9), acceptable (grades 4, 5 or 6) or unpleasant (grades 1, 2 or 3). eigthy nine percent of the sample was esthetically acceptable, 8% esthetically unpleasant and 3% esthetically pleasant. the nose and the chin were the structures of the facial profile more frequently related by appraisers (38.35% and 18.9% respectively) as responsible for the unpleasant esthetic appearance. conclusion: subjective facial analysis is a diagnostic tool, important because is the parameter used by patients and relatives to evaluate the results of orthodontic treatment.
Rosemere Rocha Faustino
Psicanálise e Barroco em Revista , 2007,
Abstract: How Baroque could interest to esthetic intervention principally in public school where we develop our project how the dialogue between baroque and psychoanalysis could contribute to the evelopment of questions relating to the educative process and the individual form and his implication in the world around him Esthetics experience is previsions to formal rationality. Before the individual works with his rationality there is a qualificative reason that is essentialto there cognition of anything existence that’s worked by Freud in the text. The negative (1925) the esthetics experience is revealed as a basis of all the constitution ofreason, think anddeem. Reason and sensibility are not as antithesis but as two sides of the same coin. Opportunities of esthetic sensitivization offered in public schools as we propose in this project, aim at Getting better their development, creativeness and new ways to bring intorelation with learning and the world around them Finally, in baroque perspective the individual is impregnate of world and is confounded with it.
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