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Ceramic Reconstruction of Soft Tissue - Digital Information

Description:
This case demonstrates some digital tools that our dental team uses to provide as much as information as possible to the lab technician in order to achieve an acceptable result.

Date Added:
9/4/2014

Author(s):

Ricardo Gapski, CD, DDS, MSc Ricardo Gapski, CD, DDS, MSc

  • • Graduated from the Federal University of Paraná (1997)
  • • Graduated in Advanced Implantology. Misch Implant Institute (2002)
  • • Specialization ...
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Questions & Comments
Rodrigo Neiva - (9/10/2014 9:52 AM)

Great job Ricardo and as always, outstanding level of documentation!

Anton Andrews - (9/8/2014 11:04 AM)

Well done, Ricardo! What kind of pink porcelain do you use?

Maurice Salama - (9/5/2014 2:44 PM)

Great result with Artificial Gingiva in a tough case my dear friend and thank you for sharing this interesting solution with our dental community. regards Maurice

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