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Implant Design Influence on Bone and Soft Tissue - Part 2 of 2

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In This second of a two part series, Dr. Carlos Araujo outlines the significance of implant design and length on the clinician’s ability to promote a stable and durable bone and soft tissue peri-implant interface. Dr. Araujo utilizes clinical cases to press the point on how implant design can very much also influence clinical decisions surgically as well as restoratively.

Date Added:
12/15/2010

Author(s):
Carlos Araujo, DDS, MS
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Questions & Comments
Fadwa Canahuate - (11/1/2014 11:23 AM)

Como Siempre excelente. Top!
Siento un gran orgullo por haber sido alumna de este excelente profesor.

ARNOLD FILHO - (4/7/2013 9:40 AM)

Dr. Carlos, excelente apresentacao, assistirei tambem suas novas ideias no Congresso da Neodent, abracos- Arnold Filho

ARNOLD FILHO - (4/7/2013 9:40 AM)

Dr. Carlos, excelente apresentacao, assistirei tambem suas novas ideias no Congresso da Neodent, abracos- Arnold Filho

NOBUHISA FURUSE - (5/2/2011 10:38 PM)

Hi, Well done a great lower palatal implant placement .

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