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Multidisciplinary Management of the Complex Patient: Team Croatia Approach

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Dentistry has benefited in many ways with advances in digital technology. Lectures about digital dentistry are usually showing in many terabytes and animations effortless protocols. Daily we face problems like data loss, reduced visibility and irrigation with surgical guides, difficulties with edentulous jaw scanning and alignment to name only some of them. Obstacles that we find in a daily practice on the way to the digital dentistry for the full arch implant reconstruction are shown in this lecture.

Date Added:
8/29/2019

Author(s):

Snježana Pohl, MD, DMD Snježana Pohl, MD, DMD
Zagreb Faculty of medicine, Munich Faculty of Dental Medicine. Work experience at the General surgery and Orthopedics in Munich. Oral Surgery residency in Munich. Doctorate in...
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Matko Oguić, DMD Matko Oguić, DMD
Dr. Oguić completed his studies of dental medicine at the Medical School of the University of Rijeka in September 2014. He is awarded three times for the best...
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Josip Brusić, DMD Josip Brusić, DMD
After completing secondary education acquires a degree of the dental technician. He attended the study of dental medicine at the Medical School, the University of Rijeka, wher...
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Questions & Comments
snjezana pohl - (9/8/2019 5:19 PM)

Thank you, Yaarob Sara!

yaarob sara - (9/8/2019 6:48 AM)

great teamwork, very innovative! thank you. yaarob

Laurie Langley - (9/4/2019 7:21 PM)

As a free member how do I know which videos I can view?

snjezana pohl - (9/2/2019 3:23 PM)

Jorge, our friendship and daily inspiring each other is one of the most precious gifts that I ever had.

snjezana pohl - (9/2/2019 3:21 PM)

Maurice, like many other teams, Team Croatia is a product of DentalXP. We are connected, we are updated, we are motivated. Thank you for your kind words. Snjezana

Jorge Campos - (9/2/2019 1:04 PM)

What a great number of Fabolous cases shown here! Team dentistry with a clever brain behind makes a difference. Thanks for inspiring. Jorge

Maurice Salama - (8/31/2019 2:24 PM)

Just a well thought out and presented lecture touching on all the facets of TEAM dentistry. Well done my friends. Dr. Salama

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