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How You See It and How You Don’t: How the Principles of Human Perception Affect CBCT Interpretation

Everyone loves a good optical illusion. The world of social media was simultaneously thrilled and frustrated by the apparently color-changing dress that appeared in 2015 (discussed here, along with 11 other optical illusions). We enjoy optical illusions when they present … Continue reading

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Quintessence Roundup: May

Quintessence 2017 Catalog New Titles in Books The Art and Science of Contemporary Surgical Endodontics (Book/DVD set) Edited by Mahmoud Torabinejad and Richard Rubinstein This book begins with a concise review of the basic science of tissues and then moves … Continue reading

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Surgical Endodontics: An Inherently Conservative Approach

Dr Noah Chivian first argued for the conservative nature of surgical endodontics in a 1969 article in the Journal of the New Jersey Dental Association titled “Surgical Endodontics, A Conservative Approach”; it is now 2017, and the industry continues to … Continue reading

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February in Chicago: The Midwinter Meetings

Every year at the end of February, the city of Chicago fills with thousands of the world’s top dental professionals who come to the city to attend one of many simultaneous meetings. For the Quintessence Publishing Chicago office, this week … Continue reading

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