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Cirugia plastica periodontal

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En esta oportunidad se realiza una descripcion de la cirugia plastica periodontal, sus aplicaciones y alcances. Las posibilidades terapeuticas, y las formas de aplicarlas en la clinica. Es importante, el diagnostico de cada patologia periodontal, para poder planificar correctamente el tratamiento mas idoneo.

Date Added:
2/11/2012

Author(s):

Gerardo Mendoza, DDS, MDS Gerardo Mendoza, DDS, MDS
WORK EXPERIENCE
From 2010 Instructor in Periodontology and Implant
Dentristy, Departments of Periodontics and
Implants, Cientifica del sur Univ...
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