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Mastering Anterior Implant Aesthetics

Description:
Implant in the aesthetic zone is considered to be the ultimate challenge for the Implantologist.   The chief concern in the early days of implantology was tissue health and implant survival.    These days surgical success seems to be a given, and the treatment is considered a failure without aesthetic and prosthetic success.   The lecture will cover the absolute latest trends ..paradigm shifts , summarize  the inferences of the  latest articles in the field of implant aesthetics     This lecture will also cover failures in cases not just in the  traditional procedures   but also the failures of the newer protocols.

Date Added:
2/14/2019

Author(s):
Komal Majumdar, BDS
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Questions & Comments
ahmed abdelraziq - (5/17/2019 4:48 PM)

Very informative one , thank you !

Marwa Gaafar - (3/23/2019 3:54 PM)

Thanks a lot for your excellent presentation which is very detailed and illustrative but still very enjoyable It is almost like a condensed course I am looking forward for your next lecture

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