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Digital Co-Diagnosis

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For years, dentists have searched for ways to educate and motivate patients towards ideal care. With great clinical photography and modern technological advances there are now new and effective ways to help patients understand their treatment needs like never before.

Date Added:
4/11/2008

Author(s):

Glenn D. Krieger, DDS, FAGD Glenn D. Krieger, DDS, FAGD

Since graduating dental school in 1992, Dr. Glenn Krieger has been committed to staying on top of the newest and most innovative aspects of general dentistry. Having achiev...
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