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Soft Tissue Manipulation for Implant Aesthetics

Description:
How to plan implants depending on the site and how to manipulate soft tissue for the desired aesthetic result?

Date Added:
6/29/2008

Author(s):

Tal  Morr, DMD, MSD Tal Morr, DMD, MSD
Dr. Tal Morr maintains a private practice in Aventura Florida limited to Aesthetic, Implant, and Complex Restorative Dentistry. Dr. Morr received his DMD degree from Tufts Un...
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Ricardo Orlando - (12/11/2015 1:06 PM)

Thanks for sharing Tal .

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