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    Anil Bangalore Shivappa.
    "As a successful dentist requires manual dexterity along with knowledge, this book is written for both undergraduate and postgraduate dental students who find it difficult to carve and waxing up the anatomy of teeth. As most of the students who are beginners to dentistry might not be skillful, this book will help them learn the required skills as well as improve their manual dexterity. In dental technician courses, carving skills are helpful during the initial years of the syllabus for carving on wax blocks and plaster blocks, as well as the making of acrylic teeth and wax-up procedures. In later stages of the course, the skills would be useful in both preparing tooth morphology and adjustments for casting procedures. The carving skills for clinicians will help them in providing proper morphology to each tooth, especially in aesthetic procedures along with posterior restorative procedures. This book makes the challenging task of carving (in restorative procedures too) and waxing up teeth easy, with the help of illustrative diagrams in a stepwise manner. For undergraduates, it helps in instrumentation, preparing of wax for carving and technique to build up wax"-- Provided by publisher.
    Digital Access  Wiley 2021