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Español - Preparación del diente y la dentina protección en prótesis fija

Description:
La presentación por el Dr. Jose Padrós esboza una excelente revisión de las claves de un enfoque sistemático para la preparación del diente en prótesis fija. Tratamiento de los tejidos y la retracción se discuten. Además, las técnicas de protección de la dentina se destacan como parte del total del proceso de preparación del diente para minimizar la sensibilidad dental y el potencial de la necrosis pulpar.

Date Added:
1/24/2010

Author(s):

Jose Padros, DDS Jose Padros, DDS
Dr. Jose Padros

Born 1970
Married, two kids.

Liscenced at the University of Barcelona, 1.993
Doctor (DDS) University of Barcelon...
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Questions & Comments
juan Carlos Castano Nieto - (10/11/2013 1:21 PM)

ok!

Milo Garcia Tempone - (11/28/2010 2:14 PM)

Muy buena tecnica de proteccion de muñones yo llevo varios años utilizandola y en todos los dientes vitales que van a ser tallados la uso.

Jose Padros - (6/18/2010 3:54 PM)

Muchas gracias !

gustavo guardo - (4/20/2010 9:45 PM)

Muy buen video, excelentes enseñanzas !!!

JAVIER iBAÑEZ BRAMBILA - (4/3/2010 9:57 AM)

Felicidades, excelente video

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