No product on the market specifically offers the training capabilities of this book/CD-ROM. It is easy to use, affordable, and interactive. "Color Training in Dentistry" offers a structured approach for dental students, lab technicians, and dentists to learn how to master the art of color selection to achieve the best esthetic results in dental procedures. The CD-ROM is interactive and requires the arrangement of color squares that differ according to lightness, saturation, and dye changes, as well as total color difference. The various color squares are arranged by using the drag and drop method. Exercises are arranged progressively from the simplest to the most difficult. Instant feedback is provided.
Part I: Color and Appearance 1. Color The Nature of Color The Physical Specification of Object Color The Human Color Vision System Color Perception 2. Colorimetry Color Specification Color Difference Evaluation Color Measuring Instruments 3. Other Appearance Attributes Translucency and Opacity Gloss Surface Roughness Opalescence Iridescence Fluorescence Phosphorescence Part II: Natural Teeth And Esthetic Dental Materials 4. Natural Teeth Anatomy And Histology Of Teeth Optical Properties Of Human Teeth 5. Esthetic Dental Materials Dental Ceramics Resin Composites Denture Teeth And Prefabricated Teeth Denture Base Materials Tooth Bleachig Materials Glass Ionomer Restorative Materials Hybrid Ionomer Restorative Materials Maxillofacial Materials Orthodontic Materials Pediatric Dentistry Materials Interim Restorative Materials Standardization Of Color And Appearance Of Dental Materials Part III: Color And Appearance -Matching, Communication & Reproduction 6. The Foundation Of Color Education Color Vision And Dentistry Education In Color And Appearance Color Training 7. Color Matching Shade Guides Color Matching Conditions Color Matching Method Instruments For Color Maching In Dentistry Color Formulation In Dentistry 8. Communication Of Color And Appearance Verbal/Written Instructions Custom Made Or Modified Shade Guides/Tabs Traditional Film Photograhy Slide Films Digital Images Additional Considerations 9. Reproduction Of Color And Appearance Indirect Restorative Materials Direct Restorative Materials (Resin Composites) Color Correction Of Indirect Restorations Part IV: DVD Instruction Manual Installing The Program Program Description Color Training Method Tips Conclusion