Making An Impression

Author: Geninne Zlatkis
Editor: Lark Books (NC)
ISBN: 9781454701255
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Presents projects, including cards, an embellished journal and tote, and decorative wall pieces; offers step-by-step photographs of the essentials; and showcases the author's signature designs that readers can use.

Official Gazette Of The United States Patent Office

Author: United States. Patent Office
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Textbook Of Complete Dentures

Author: Arthur O. Rahn
Editor: PMPH-USA
ISBN: 9781607950257
Size: 13,28 MB
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Textbook of Complete Dentures, Sixth Edition presents various aspects of the basic principles of complete denture prosthodontics. The text is technique-oriented and relates the basic sciences of anatomy, physiology, pathology, pharmacology and psychology with the art and mechanics involved in complete denture construction. This clinically oriented and well-illustrated book will provide the essential information to successfully treat complete denture patients in any dental practice environment. All dental students and practitioners interested in removable prosthodontics will benefit greatly from reading this comprehensive textbook. New to this edition 1: New color photographs of all clinical procedures 2: Introduction to implant retained/supported overdentures 3: In-depth discussion of all denture occlusion concepts 4: New digital image collection for instructors

Ford Madox Ford

Author: Andrzej Gąsiorek
Editor: Rodopi
ISBN: 9042024372
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The controversial British writer Ford Madox Ford (1873-1939) is increasingly recognized as a major presence in early twentieth-century literature. This series of International Ford Madox Ford Studies was founded to reflect the recent resurgence of interest in him. Each volume is based upon a particular theme or issue; and relates aspects of Ford's work, life, and contacts, to broader concerns of his time. The present book is part of a large-scale reassessment of his roles in literary history.Ford is best-known for his fiction, especially The Good Soldier, long considered a modernist masterpiece; andParade's End, which Anthony Burgess described as 'the finest novel about the First World War'; and Samuel Hynes has called 'the greatest war novel ever written by an Englishman'. In these, as in most of his books, Ford renders and analyses the crucial transformations in modern society and culture. One of the most striking features of his career is his close involvement with so many of the major international literary groupings of his time. In the South-East of England at thefin-de-siècle, he collaborated for a decade with Joseph Conrad, and befriended Henry James and H. G. Wells. In Edwardian London he founded theEnglish Review, publishing these writers alongside his new discoveries, Ezra Pound, D. H. Lawrence, and Wyndham Lewis. After the war he moved to France, founding thetransatlantic review in Paris, taking on Hemingway as a sub-editor, discovering another generation of Modernists such as Jean Rhys and Basil Bunting, and publishing them alongside Joyce and Gertrude Stein. Besides his role as contributor and enabler to various versions of Modernism, Ford was also one of its most entertaining chroniclers.This volume includes twelve new essays on Ford's engagement with the literary networks and cultural shifts of his era, by leading experts and younger scholars of Ford and Modernism. Two of the essays are by well-known creative writers: the novelist Colm Tóibín, and the novelist and cultural commentator Zinovy Zinik.

Making A Strong And Lasting Impression Book One In The Life Mastery Course

Author: Bo Bennett, PhD
Editor: eBookIt.com
ISBN: 1456630024
Size: 19,74 MB
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This book is part of a course that covers hundreds of life-enhancing topics that they don't teach in high-school or most colleges, but should. This is more than a course on self-improvement; it is a course on mastering life. If life had an instruction book... this would be it. This is book one of the Life Mastery course: Making a Strong and Lasting Impression. The topics include: - The First Impression - Articulation - Little Courtesies - Making a Lasting Impression By the end of this course, you will be on the right track to designing the life you want to live, and living it well!

Small Business Marketing For Dummies

Author: Barbara Findlay Schenck
Editor: John Wiley & Sons
ISBN: 1118054458
Size: 20,43 MB
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Having your own business isn’t the same as having customers, and one is useless without the other. Whether your business is a resale store or a high-tech consulting firm, a law office or a home cleaning service, in today’s competitive environment, strategic marketing is essential. Small Business Marketing For Dummies, Second Edition is updated from the original version that won rave reviews and inspired thousands of small businesses on their way to becoming big businesses. Updates include more information on online marketing, a whole new section on getting and keeping customers, new cost-effective, fast-acting ideas for instant impact, and more. The book covers: Marketing basics that prepare you to rev up your business and jumpstart your marketing program Information to help you define your business position and brand Advice on bringing in professionals A quick-reference guide to mass media and a glossary of advertising jargon How-tos for creating print and broadcast ads that work Ideas for getting the word out without advertising, including information on direct mail, brochures, publicity, promotions, and more Ten steps to follow to build your own easy-to-assemble marketing plan With pages of ideas for low-cost, high-impact marketing from author Barbara Findlay Schenck, a marketing consultant with more than 20 years experience with clients ranging from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies, Small Business Marketing For Dummies, Second Edition helps you reach and keep new customers. Whether you’re running a home office, a small firm, a family business, a nonprofit organization, or a retail operation, you’ll discover how to: Custom design your own marketing program Create effective marketing messages Produce marketing communications that work No matter what field you’re in, Small Business Marketing For Dummies, 2nd Edition will help you make your dreams come true. If you buy it, read it, and implement some of the marketing strategies discussed, customers will come.

Brochures Making A Strong Impression

Author: Jenny Sullivan
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ISBN: 9781616738730
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A collection of 85 outstanding brochure designs that have proved to be more difficult to nail than most, pieces that have truly pushed designer's creativity and forced them to reach inside.

Phillips Science Of Dental Materials Ebook

Author: Kenneth J. Anusavice
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 143772549X
Size: 13,55 MB
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The 11th edition of this leading reference is an outstanding, scientifically based source of information in the field of dental materials science. It presents up-to-date information on materials that are used in the dental office and laboratory every day, emphasizing practical, clinical use, as well as the physical, chemical, and biological properties of materials. Extensive new clinical photographs in this edition illustrate the topics, and color plates are integrated close to related concepts as they're discussed in each chapter. A new glossary of key terms found at the beginning of every chapter defines terms in the appropriate context of the chapter's discussion. Also in this edition, critical thinking questions throughout the book stimulate the readers' curiosity on specific topics, test their existing knowledge, and heighten their awareness of important or controversial subjects. Content outlines at the beginning of each chapter provide a quick reference for specific topics. The roles played by key organizations in ensuring the safety and efficacy of dental materials and devices are described - such as the American Dental Association, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, the International Organization for Standardization, and the Fédération Dentaire Internationale. Up-to-date Selected Readings are presented at the end of each chapter to direct readers to supplemental literature on each topic. Numerous boxes and tables throughout summarize and illustrate key concepts and compare characteristics and properties of various dental materials. Distinguished contributors lend their credibility and experience to the text. Content has been completely updated to include information on the most current dental materials available. Glossaries at the beginning of each chapter define key terms used within the context of that chapter. Revised artwork gives this edition a fresh look, with high-quality illustrations and clinical photos to aid in the visualization of materials and procedures described. Reorganization and consolidation of chapters into four major book parts presents the material in a more efficient way: Part I describes the principles of materials science that control the performance of dental materials in dental laboratories, research laboratories, student dental clinics, public health clinics, and private practice clinics. Part II focuses on impression materials, gypsum products, dental waxes, casting investments and procedures, and finishing and polishing abrasives and procedures. Part III provides an updated scientific and applied description of the composition, manipulation principles, properties, and clinical performance of bonded restorations, restorative resins, dental cements, dental amalgams, and direct-filling golds. Part IV presents a basic and applied description of materials that are processed in a laboratory or dental clinic. Critical thinking questions appear in every chapter to stimulate thinking and classroom discussion. The overall design has been improved to provide a more visually appealing format.

Dental Implant Prosthetics E Book

Author: Carl E. Misch
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0323078966
Size: 20,46 MB
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This new book focuses on dental implants used in conjunction with other prosthetic devices in the general dentist's office, designed to help the partially or completely edentulous patient recover normal function, esthetics, comfort, and speech. Step-by-step procedures guide practitioners through challenging clinical situations and assist them in refining their technique. The information in this practical, highly illustrated book reflects the latest in continued research, diagnostic tools, treatment planning, implant designs, materials, and techniques. Prosthetic devices covered in this include complete dentures, bridges, overdentures, and various dental implant systems. A comprehensive chapter covering immediate load implants teaches dentists how to provide an edentulous patient with implants the same day surgery is performed. A thorough discussion of preimplant prosthodontic considerations takes the practitioner through the vital assessment steps necessary to plan treatment. Considerations for assessing the restorability of teeth adjacent to potential implant sites include abutment size, crown-root ratio, endodontic status, root configuration, tooth position, parallelism, root surface area, caries, and periodontal status. Fixed treatment planning options for the completely edentulous mandibular arches expands treatment options available to dentists, helping them to treat more patients. Material thoroughly explores the three dimensional concept of available bone and the implant treatment options for each type of bone anatomy, which enables practitioners to treat patients at any stage of edentulism. Comparisons of the periodontal indices for a natural tooth and an osteointegrated implant alert clinicians to fundamental differences in the support system. Basic biomechanics are discussed, demonstrating how these principles also relate to the scientific rationale for contemporary and future dental implant designs. A comprehensive discussion of bone density in an edentulous site explains this determining factor in treatment planning, implant design, surgical approach, healing time, and initial progressive bone loading during prosthetic reconstruction.

Clinical Implantology E Book

Author: Ajay Vikram Singh
Editor: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 8131233251
Size: 16,12 MB
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The book, primarily written keeping in mind fresher as well as experienced implant dentists, provides all the new and relevant information of basic to advanced implantology for the undergraduate as well as postgraduate dental students. Current concepts of implantology are beautifully presented with illustrations and clinical cases making this book a complete literature for the dentists to learn the basic science and various advanced techniques of implantology like sinus grafting, nasal floor grafting, block grafting, ridge splitting, distraction osteogenesis, soft tissue grafting, ‘all-on-4’/‘all-on-6’ techniques and many more. Consists of 24 chapters with more than 3000 illustrations including hundreds of clinical cases Provides step-by-step guidelines for implantology techniques Describes concepts under introduction, indications, contraindications, advantages, disadvantages, step-by-step technique, key points and summary headings Covers basic to advanced techniques with high quality clinical photographs and line illustrations Shares expertise of contributors from across the globe A useful reference for dental students, practitioners and experienced implantologists