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Implants, Overdentures, Hybrids? What’s Up With That?

Description:
It’s no secret that patients who have to wear dentures often have challenges. While it would be great to just put in 8 implants and four bridges in those toothless arches the financial realities of that extensive treatment prevail. This webinar explores two alternatives, the hybrid or fixed detachable prosthesis and the implant retained overdenture. Understanding the basics of each will help you offer your patients the appropriate solution for their circumstances.

Date Added:
8/31/2012

Author(s):

Steve Ratcliff, DDS, MS Steve Ratcliff, DDS, MS
Steve is the Executive VP of Specialty Education at Spear Education in Scottsdale, Arizona where he helps specialists and their restorative colleagues embrace the gifts and ch...
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Questions & Comments
Erié ZARKIK - (10/20/2013 10:26 AM)

Excellente présentation,thanks

Olumide Olawoye - (9/25/2012 11:34 PM)

Could you please elaborate on the function of the temporary prosthesis carrier? What is its purpose. Thanks for your time. dro@hunterdnoralsurgery.com

Andriy Sarafinchan - (9/23/2012 9:19 AM)

Thank you

Maurice Salama - (9/6/2012 7:22 PM)

Dr. Ratcliff; A very difficult subject well constructed and defined. Clear decision making tree presented with options. I appreciate your effort. Thanks Dr. Salama

Harvinder Chadda - (9/5/2012 9:51 PM)

Excellent presentation

sandra gomez - (9/5/2012 9:38 PM)

excellent lecture.thank you very much.

Jalil Zhian - (9/5/2012 8:59 PM)

Thank you

jasem jedaan - (9/5/2012 6:06 PM)

Thank you very much for this excellent presentation!

Yiota Siapera - (9/5/2012 4:17 PM)

Thank you very much for this excellent presentation!

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