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Implant Treatment Planning Basics for the General Practioner

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In this lecture presentation, Dr. Michael Tischler presents the important diagnostic and treatment planning basics for clinicians interested in incorporating comprehensive implant therapy into their practice. Defining an endpoint, treatment design and sequencing as well as the surgical aspects of the treatment is presented in an organized manner to achieve the desired restorative objectives.

Date Added:
4/2/2012

Author(s):

Michael Tischler, DDS, FAGD Michael Tischler, DDS, FAGD
Dr. Michael Tischler is an internationally recognized leader in the dental field for his achievements in educating his colleagues through many lectures and over 25 published a...
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Questions & Comments
ross anderson - (2/7/2017 2:30 PM)

very nice work.

saadia rehman - (4/24/2013 5:09 AM)

where is the video?

kevin potocsky - (4/4/2012 4:41 PM)

during the video you referred to another video you did for us. was that on dental xp?

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