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Innovative Technique for Ridge Augmentation Using SonicWeld RX Rigid Resorbable Barrier System - Part 4 of 5

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In this fourth of a 5 part series, Dr. Gerhard Iglhaut describes the science as well as the step-by-step techniques for incorporating hard and soft tissue augmentation in everyday clinical practice focused on esthetic implant therapy.

Date Added:
2/21/2011

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Gerhard Michael Iglhaut, DDS Gerhard Michael Iglhaut, DDS
Dr. Iglhaut completed his degree in dentistry in 1982 at the Justus Liebig University of Giessen, Germany. He worked as a scientific assistant in the department of Oral Surger...
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Irving Hdez - (12/9/2012 6:24 PM)

Professor Iglhaul, Congratulations for this great lecture. Professor you mentioned here " a new studies about gengival and periosteal circulation", please I will like to know wich are this studies, to read them too. Thanks a lot

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