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The Evolution of Site Management for Implant Placement

Description:
During the last 20 years we have experience in Periodontics and Implantology a large amount of research and clinical cases that have aloud us to better understand how the Extraction and Implant Site behave. The Evolution of Site Management for Implant Placement goes to what we consider the most critical factors that influence our results in todays practice. The presentation goes through the evidence based alternatives and how this have changed with time. We also go through the Socket Shield alternative and present some of what we consider the future on this area will be.

Date Added:
3/23/2017

Author(s):

Manuel De la Rosa Garza, DDS, MS, FID Manuel De la Rosa Garza, DDS, MS, FID
Dr. Manuel de la Rosa-G received his specialty certificate and Master Degree in both Periodontics and Implantology from the University of Texas in Houston, wh...
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Other Author(s):
Angel E. Rodriguez, DDS, CAGS, MSD



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Questions & Comments
Ökkeş Karaduman513 - (8/6/2017 6:58 PM)

thanks alot. what an inspiring presentation !!!

Manuel De LA ROSA - (4/23/2017 10:47 AM)

Thank you Eric, Best regards

Eric Pena - (4/16/2017 8:37 PM)

Thank you very much! Well organized presentation!

Manuel De LA ROSA - (3/23/2017 5:34 PM)

Thank you Barry. Best regards

barry manson - (3/23/2017 7:30 AM)

fascinating Thank you! Barry

Manuel De LA ROSA - (3/22/2017 10:14 PM)

Dear Terry, Thank you very much for your comments. I am so glad the material presented in this presentation was of help to you. I am sure you will do a super job on your future presentation, and always open to support you. Thanks again.

R. Terry Councill - (3/22/2017 9:33 PM)

Manuel and Angel, Great job on this presentation. I found it to be very complete. I have recently researched the literature on these concepts and you have presented some studies I was unfamiliar with. I have several articles to review now. As you know, I am presenting this same concept soon and your review has challenged me to do a be as complete as you have been.

Archie Nicolaidis233 - (3/22/2017 10:43 AM)

PLEASE ADVISE, WHY I CANNOT WATCH THIS WEBINAR VIA IE11. THIS ONLY OCCURS WITH DENTALXP AS I HAVE MENTIONED THIS MANY TIMES BEFORE,TO NO AVAIL. IT OCCURS, REGARDLESS OF WHICH COMPUTER I USE. ANY HELP WILL BE APPRECIATED.

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