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Full-Arch Zirconium Frameworks and Pink Esthetics - Part 1 of 2

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In part 1 of this lecture series, Dr. Julián Jaramillo Botero discusses the optimization of full-arch pink esthetics in implant therapy with the utilization of zirconium frameworks. In addition, advantages of metal-free restorations, framework design, as well as cemented vs. screw retained comparisons are also elucidated. Also discussed is the management of complications and long-term prognosis. This presentation is also available in spanish.

Date Added:
11/12/2012

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Dr. Julián Jaramillo Botero Dr. Julián Jaramillo Botero
1992 Graduated as Dentist From Pontificia Universidad Javeriana, Bogota.
He then went to Boston to do an, In-Office at Watkin & Osorio Dental Associates with Dr. Julian ...
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Questions & Comments
julian jaramillo b - (8/26/2011 8:24 AM)

So it will be, thanks a lot.

David Garber - (8/17/2011 11:24 AM)

Julian, - just watched your Spanish program all the way through in English - beyond the excellent clinical work you show you have really put a lot of work into the science behind the materials being used - it makes it all so much more relevant . . .Great program so pleased we have it in English too David Garber

Brad Blair - (8/13/2011 2:19 PM)

Great presentation, thank you!!

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