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Optimizing Implant Therapy in the Aesthetic Zone - Part 1 of 2

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In this first lecture of a two part series, Dr. Nicolas Elian describes in great detail the key components that clinicians require to optimize anterior implant therapy in everyday practice. Dr. Elian places special emphasis on diagnosis and treatment design with special emphasis being placed on preservation. Step-by-step guidelines are given.

Date Added:
10/5/2011

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Nicolas Elian, DDS Nicolas Elian, DDS
Nicolas Elian, DDS, Co-Founder, President, and CEO of VIZSTARA Director of Clinical Care and Education

Dr. Elian is a former assistant professor and h...
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