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Digital Implant Dentistry: Improving Our Daily Practice

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Nowadays digital dentistry is already a reality. But what should we expect in the future about digital protocols in implant dentistry? In this webinar, we cover some topics where digital may improve the traditional pathways enhancing control and predictability in treatment approaches like immediate loading, socket shield, and guided surgery.

Date Added:
7/18/2018

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Dr.  Francisco Teixera Barbosa Dr. Francisco Teixera Barbosa
Francisco Teixera Barbosa graduated from the university Alfonso X El Sabio, Madrid, Spain in 2004. After finishing his graduation, he started the post graduation studie...
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Emilio Rodriguez-Fernández - (9/8/2018 3:31 PM)

nice explanation!!

Maurice Salama - (7/20/2018 3:55 PM)

Great teaching and well organized. Dr. Salama

carlos cardenas - (7/18/2018 4:06 PM)

Eso pasa , se lo lleva la succion, pero no siempre .. excelente .. mi estima. ok saludes.

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