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Когда извлекать или устанавливать имплантат у пациента с нарушением пародонта

Description:
Решение лечить или удалять зуб одно из наиболее сложных решений, с которым сталкивается врач. Это тест на комплексные знания и возможность достичь конечной цели в эстетической и функциональной реставрации, которая прослужит многие годы. Все это должно быть достигнуто с учетом эмоциональных и финансовых возможностей пациента. Эта лекция будет сосредоточена на этом.

Date Added:
2/11/2015

Author(s):

Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS Dennis P. Tarnow, DDS
Dennis P. Tarnow is currently Clinical Professor of Periodontology and Director of Implant Education at Columbia School of Dental Medicine. Dr. Tarnow has a certificate...
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Online Videos / Surgery / Implant / When to Extract or Place an Implant in the Compromised Periodontal Patient




Questions & Comments
THEO ODYSSEOS - (3/28/2020 1:19 PM)

Phenomenal lecture ,simple and meaningful.i am Proud to have you as my mentor.

Faina Seagal - (11/5/2016 2:17 AM)

Dr.Tarnow, Thank you. Very good lecture, very dynamic and informative. As I notice here, when you do an immediate anterior implant and grafting with xenograft, you don't use a membrane on top of it. What is the reason not using membrane? Thank you.

Eduardo Roberty - (2/24/2015 6:53 PM)

A real dentistry class. Thank you very much, Dr. Tarnow Eduardo Roberty

Larry Meyer - (2/23/2015 12:23 AM)

Dr. Tarnow, your lecture was fast, accurate, and very informative. I look forward to all of your lectures.
Thank you.
Larry J. Meyer

ilir shehu - (2/21/2015 8:31 AM)

AWESOME!

Mohammad Khandaqji - (2/19/2015 10:22 PM)

Thank you .

Alex Planes - (2/17/2015 3:52 PM)

Dr. Tarnow was a professor of mine at Columbia University and he is a genius in my opinion. Thanks for sharing.

Claudia Lopes - (2/16/2015 2:47 PM)

great thank you!!

Tarek Badawy - (2/16/2015 2:10 AM)

Dr. Tarnow was the reason I have a passion for implant dentistry after seeing him in a lecture in Egypt in 2006. Many pearls to harvest from this lecture. Thank you.

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