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Esthetic Management of Extraction and Pontic Sites - Part 1 of 2

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In this lecture and video presentation, Dr. David Garber discusses critical principals necessary to optimize esthetics related to extraction and pontic sites within the esthetic zone. Connective tissue grafting, 3-dimensional ridge augmentation as well as the restorative considerations associated with shaping the the tissue will be discussed in detail.

Date Added:
5/22/2014

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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Questions & Comments
kevin potocsky - (9/12/2017 8:16 AM)

it says part one of two three years ago . is there a part two??

Mohammad Khandaqji - (9/20/2014 5:38 PM)

Thank you .

Maurice Salama - (9/6/2014 8:04 PM)

Really well displayed concepts on Pontic Site Management with small videos embedded to provide clarity on surgical steps. Dr. Salama

carlos cardenas - (6/17/2014 2:29 PM)

this presentation is out the world ! Dr. Garber is the best Master!

Charles Schwimer - (5/27/2014 9:27 PM)

David. Excellent presentation from a true master of pontic site development. I also believe the biological principles of pontic site development apply to implant sites. It is important to "re-invent" from time to time. I look forward your root submergence video. Chuck.

gary toogood - (5/26/2014 3:00 PM)

David... masterfully done..Gary Toogood

Muhammad Saleh - (5/25/2014 10:20 AM)

Thanks a lot very informative, as expected from you

miguel stanley - (5/23/2014 6:46 AM)

You are the best my friend. Hope all is well. thanks for a great presentation!

miguel stanley - (5/23/2014 6:46 AM)

You are the best my friend. Hope all is well. thanks for a great presentation!

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