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Drs. Brave & Koch on Endo and Restorative

Description:
Drs. Dennis Brave and Ken Koch discuss both endodontic and restorative dentistry.

Date Added:
9/15/2010

Author(s):

David Garber, DMD David Garber, DMD
Dr. David Garber has a dual appointment at the Medical College of Georgia School of Dentistry, in Augusta Georgia, as Clinic...
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Other Author(s):
Dr. Dennis Brave & Dr. Ken Koch
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Questions & Comments
AURELIO SAAVEDRA - (6/12/2012 6:35 PM)

Hello

Julian O'Brien - (5/2/2012 4:42 AM)

It is all about the line of reason? Is it heroic folly to retain or prudent to extract. If it was a horse, would you back a winner implant or risk perfection on Monday, fracture on Friday, all bets lost? Me? I would have an implant on any medium to large restored tooth.

ANIL GROVER - (4/26/2012 12:39 AM)

Endodontics has many more avenues and vistas..

robert kustra - (9/5/2011 3:18 PM)

necessary discustion

David Garber - (9/26/2010 11:47 AM)

Dennis and Ken - - I have recently been seeing some relatively new information on the confusing contentious topic of post cementation - any really relevant changes we should know about ?

miguel stanley - (9/22/2010 12:15 PM)

very useful debate. Its time that people start appreciating Endo more in the restorative process. I call it the backbone of any full mouth restoration. I find that my endodontic team help me prevent thousands of extractions a year and help people save fortunes on implants, getting a more natural smile with lasting predictable results. this debate will definately shed some light on the need for a final restoration after root canal.

Alex Demets - (9/16/2010 12:41 AM)

great video , great Ideas , looking forward for the continuum. Just sent the link for this to my endo specialist. Kind regards, Henry and David! Alex, from Belgium

Dave Deeley - (6/5/2010 9:49 AM)

Good to see my old friends Koch and Brave ever evolving to make Dentistry better. Dave Deeley

mohsen mohamed - (5/16/2010 10:00 AM)

thanks for vedio

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