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Facial & Skin Rejuvenation: How to Achieve a Natural & Aesthetic Result

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Facial aesthetics it is an industry that is constantly growing, specially the application of minimal invasive procedures. In certain countries, dentists are allowed to do this kind of procedures. During this webinar, Dr Ana Paz will present a 100% biological facial aesthetic protocol for skin rejuvenation. Dr Paz will present some science behind the application of ozonetherapy, PRF and Photobiomodulation therapy.

Date Added:
7/15/2020

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Ana Paz, DDS, MS Ana Paz, DDS, MS

Dr. Ana Paz, DDS, MS


  • DDS, MS graduated in dentistry from the University of Lisbon, Portugal,
  • Postgraduate in Advanced General Practice in the ...
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lucia amezcua - (7/22/2020 4:55 PM)

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