Dr. Michel Rogé’s participation in the Conferences of the Quintessence International Publishing Group in Paris – May 2017
Dr. Michel Rogé participated, in May 2017, in the prestigious conferences of the Quintessence International Publishing Group, in the Paris branch of this well-known publisher on science and medicine that is specialized in the publication of aesthetic dentistry books, among others.
Quintessence International Publishing Group Conference in Paris – May 2017
Quintessence Publishing Group offered a series of conferences in which 19 speakers participated, thus consolidating the position of this specialized publishing house, which has 15 subsidiaries worldwide and more than 1000 titles available. Among them, we can find the book on aesthetic dentistry by Dr. Michel Rogé.
History of a publishing house specialised in dentistry books
The French subsidiary of Quintessence International Publishing Group was created in 1997 in response to the demands by French-speaking dentists and prosthetists wh0 required access to the international dental literature, as well as in response to the publishing house desire to promote authors in French language to be part of the publishing house community and therefore become known through the more than 15 worldwide subsidiaries and 25 publishing languages with which Quintessence International Publishing Group works.
Having as a basic concept the union of the authors’ competence, the quality of the publications and the knowledge about the evolution of these professions, Quintessence International Publishing Group has become a worldwide reference in dentistry books.
After celebrating the 20th anniversary of its founding as a publishing house in France, it has established as the most relevant French publisher about dentistry.
Conference by Dr. Michel Rogé about dental aesthetics
In this conference, Dr. Michel Rogé explained:
“Art and science are two inseparable elements that unite the sensible and the intelligible.
In the dental aesthetics field, scientific advances monopolize the attention of dentistry; and the aesthetics has become a technological value according to the “cloned beauty” that is so desired by the public.
On the other hand, the educational system is in favour of a “true-false” binary thinking, science is seen as the carrier of truth and certainty, and art is seen as the carrier of approximation and relativity.
This derivation of the dental art towards the odontology science results in an impoverishment of our sensory faculties. The observation of natural teeth, explained more than a century ago by Leon Williams, is no longer relevant nowadays, although, paradoxically, today we have the exceptional means to record and store its infinite wealth.”