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Procedural Anatomy for the Implant Surgeon; The Maxilla

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Every single implant surgeon requires the knowledge of the oral environment they are working within. This multimedia presentation will focus upon procedural anatomy of the maxilla. Critical anatomical landmarks will be highlighted. Blood vessels, nerves, glands and bone aspects of maxillary surgery will be discussed. Special attention will be focused on risk avoidance and complication-emergency management. Premaxilla, posterior maxilla, palate, nasal floor, sinus, zygomatic and pterygoid anatomy will be incorporated.

Date Added:
10/20/2021

Author(s):

Abtin Shahriari, DMD, MPH Abtin Shahriari, DMD, MPH

Dr. Abtin Shahriari completed his undergraduate training at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia with a Bachelors of Science in Biology. He received his Ma...
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Questions & Comments
Hamid Kazemi - (10/30/2021 9:22 AM)

Master presentation and a terrific review of the relevant anatomy in implant dentistry.

Emad Salloum - (10/24/2021 2:40 PM)

I attended this presentation live >>> Now I enjoyed watching it again.....extremely informative and a must to watch for every dentist doing implants.... That was amazing dear Abtin

FARHAN DURRANI492 - (10/24/2021 11:21 AM)

Most Informative Lecture ;A Pre Requisitive for Implant Specialist

Maurice Salama - (10/21/2021 1:17 PM)

An absolute MUST for anyone doing Implant Surgery of ANY KIND. I watched it multiple times. Dr. S

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