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Развитие бело-розовой эстетики через восстановительную хирургию

Description:
Это лекция/видео описывает ,сложный клинический случай , в котором мы должны были восстановить кость и мягкую ткань после экстракции центрального резца. Видео демонстрирует несколько возможных видов вмешательств для реконструкции дефектов ткани в эстетической зоне. Не резорбируемая мембрана была использована и объединена с модификацией пересадки ткани соединительной ткани на ножке во время экстракции зуба.

Date Added:
6/22/2015

Author(s):

Juan Arias Romero, DDS Juan Arias Romero, DDS

-  Degree in Dentistry from the University of Madrid 2001. <...
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Online Videos / Surgery / Periodontic Surgery / Developing White and Pink Esthetics through Reconstructive Surgery




Questions & Comments
David Ting - (3/30/2020 7:27 PM)

Thanks for sharing

FİGEN ÖZÇELEBİ - (4/6/2016 10:48 AM)

Nice presentation ,thanks Dr Juan

Osama Abdel Qader - (9/8/2015 3:36 AM)

nice presentation.... short but straight to the point... thank you...

Roy Oyangen - (9/3/2015 3:15 PM)

Very nice, great presentation.

enrique vera - (7/20/2015 7:46 PM)

Bien hecho Juan... felicitaciones

ward clemmons530 - (7/11/2015 6:44 PM)

Thank you very much for your wonderful presentation. The surgical technique and the photography were superb. Bien Hecho.

juan Carlos Castano Nieto - (5/20/2015 1:46 PM)

Muy bien desarrollado el tema Juan!!

Maurice Salama - (5/20/2015 10:54 AM)

Impressive Juan. Thank you for sharing. Please update us and describe your reasoning for this approach over other methods? Thanks Maurice

yaarob sara - (11/24/2014 12:04 PM)

what's amazing other than the results is the documentation..... Thank you so much for sharing

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