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Platform Switching Research and Clinical Decisions in Implant Therapy – Part 2

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In part two of this lecture series, Dr. Tord Lundgren presents his research on the effectiveness of the abutment-implant connection of the Ankylos system to prevent bacterial leakage. In addition, a discussion of the research supporting platform switching.

Date Added:
10/22/2009

Author(s):
Dr. Tord Lundgren
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Questions & Comments
François Blackburn - (5/30/2011 7:52 AM)

This is the future now!

Fadi Assaf - (4/17/2010 8:52 PM)

very interesting!

Paresh Dodhiwala - (10/31/2009 10:56 PM)

This is going to be future implant design.

Charlene Sandoval - (10/24/2009 2:16 PM)

This video does a great job otr explaing the importantce of eliminating te micro gap and its significance in implant detistry.

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