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Books. Ronaldo Hirata's Artworks


Although many dental manuals have been called "cookbooks", none has ever embraced the style so fully as this new book. In its pages, the practitioner is fully reimagined as a master chef, and 26 esthetic restorative protocols are presented as gourmet recipes, ready to be learned and savored. The purpose of this book is to encourage true mastery of the fundamentals while avoiding the most common pitfalls. Dr Hirata demonstrates how to make the most of composite materials by focusing on the details and techniques that can really improve the final results.


In restorative dentistry, the key is to use the right materials with the best technique. However, that is not enough. Any chef knows that once you have learned the fundamentals, your best work must also reflect your personal character, and the same goes for the work of restorative dentists. By focusing on the skillful use of the right ingredients and tools, this tour de force will teach you how to take the heat and take your restorative protocols to the next level. Keep it simple. Master the basics.

Quintessence Publisher
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Shortcuts is the reprint of the book Tips. The production of the book was followed by another process, for a different moment of life, allowing to enjoy the production without sacrifices.


Shortcuts is the result of the personal experience of trying to be happy, doing what Ronaldo Hirata has sought to do for so long and favoring readers interested in the information contained in the book. The language options of the book are: Portuguese, English and Spanish.


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This book is not about technical content and about Ronaldo Hirata's thoughts. It is a collection of editorials, condensed within this book. Flow blends into lifestyle with routine New York City photographs taken by Jeff Chu's lens.


DentalPress Publisher

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This book of tips deals simply and practically with the concepts that guide restorative dentistry. With a relatively extensive textual part, it covers clinical questions following a flow of common questions and answers.

“… TIPS can mean‘ tips ’,.. Tricks’, ‘secrets’.


In a more popular Portuguese, tips means ‘‘ the cat jump ’’, which few know and is fundamental for someone to properly and simply accomplish something. ”


There were copies in the languages: Portuguese, English, Spanish and Italian.

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