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1. Relationship between tooth value and skin color in patients visiting Royal Medical Services clinics of Jordan (PubMed)

Relationship between tooth value and skin color in patients visiting Royal Medical Services clinics of Jordan Facial and dental aesthetics are becoming of great concern for patients, especially for the younger generation. Tooth color matching and selection is considered a vital element in order to create an attractive beautiful smile. The importance of tooth color matching is to adjust tooth colors to obtain a good match with adjacent teeth and the skin. This is considered a challenge (...) especially if adjacent teeth were lost or records of patients' teeth color were not available.The aim of this study was to determine the relationship between skin complexion and tooth value in a Jordanian population.A cross-sectional study of 520 individuals who were randomly selected and belonging to different age groups, ranging from 15-65 years, with equal sex distribution. These patients visited the dental clinics at different Jordanian military hospitals. The study was carried out over a period

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2018 Electronic physician

2. Updates in the understanding and treatments of skin & hair disorders in women of color (PubMed)

Updates in the understanding and treatments of skin & hair disorders in women of color Skin of color comprises a diverse and expanding population of individuals. In particular, women of color represent an increasing subset of patients who frequently seek dermatologic care. Acne, melasma, and alopecia are among the most common skin disorders seen in this patient population. Understanding the differences in the basic science of skin and hair is imperative in addressing their unique needs. Despite (...) the paucity of conclusive data on racial and ethnic differences in skin of color, certain biologic differences do exist, which affect the disease presentations of several cutaneous disorders in pigmented skin. While the overall pathogenesis and treatments for acne in women of color are similar to Caucasian men and women, individuals with darker skin types present more frequently with dyschromias from acne, which can be difficult to manage. Melasma is an acquired pigmentary disorder seen commonly in women

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2017 International journal of women's dermatology