Mr. Kim s subtle science is explored in The Master Ceramist, Jason J. Kim. This beautiful, glossy, coffee-table book reveals the artistry involved in achieving a perfectly natural smile - the opposite of a dental restoration that is overly white, overly large or unnaturally even. I wrote this book to help you and your clinician make critical decisions that can improve your appearance. Your dentist will orchestrate case planning for clinical success in dental restorations. But the ultimate success in achieving your aesthetic goals depends on the artistry and talent of the ceramist you select.
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For over 20 years Jason Kim has been developing groundbreaking techniques in Dental Ceramics. In 1990 he founded the Jason J. Kim Dental Laboratory. The word quickly got out that his work was second-to-none, and he soon became the favorite Ceramist of Manhattan s most prestigious Dentists, whose patients include the rich and famous. Jason Kim honed his skills by studying under Master Willi Geller, founder of the world-renowned Oral Design International Foundation. A Certified Dental Technician (CDT) and member of several prominent professional organizations he founded Jason J. Kim Oral Design New York Center in 2001. Jason is known as one of the preeminent teachers of advanced ceramic techniques in the world. He is clinical Assistant Professor at the prestigious New York University College of Dentistry, and Director of its year long Continuing Education Course entitled, Mastering Aesthetics and Ceramics. He has presented lectures and seminars all around the world.Review:
Dr. Irwin Smigel, considered the Father of Modern Aesthetic Dentistry, has worked with Jason Kim for over 18 years. The results of Aesthetic Dentistry should be a work of art, bringing natural beauty and joy to their owner. Jason Kim works seamlessly with patients and the entire dental team to achieve that level of excellence, said Dr. Smigel. I have enjoyed watching Jason Kim rise to the top of his field as a result of his remarkable skill and artistic sensitivity, --Press Release, August 16, 2010
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Descripción Self, 2009. Hardcover. Estado de conservación: Brand New. first edition. 185 pages. 11.70x11.60x1.00 inches. In Stock. Nº de ref. de la librería 0615320821