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4 Steps to a Predictable Full Arch Rehabilitation

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We live in an era where technology surround us. In Dentistry, there has been a progressive development in digital technology and workflows. In this lecture, we will discuss the data acquisition, diagnosis and treatment plan for a full arch rehabilitation. Which obstacles may we find and how to overcome them?

Date Added:
5/28/2020

Author(s):

Dárcio Fonseca, DDS Dárcio Fonseca, DDS
Dárcio Fonseca, DDS

- Graduated dental school at ISCS Sul in1997

- Fellow in implant dentistry University of Miami

- Post gra...
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Gustavo Peres Alves, DDS Gustavo Peres Alves, DDS
Dr. Gustavo Peres Alves

  • Graduated DDS at ISCSEM, Portugal, 2016.

  • Post Graduated in Oral Surgery at UCM Villa Clara, Cuba,...
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Maurice Salama - (5/20/2020 12:50 PM)

Simply Impressive from start to finish. Well organized and developed. My sincere admiration. Dr. Salama

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