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Evolving Trends in Digital Conventional and Implant Dentistry

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In this lecture, Dr. Marcus Abboud discusses the state of the art in digital applications in dentistry. Topics discussed are imaging and CBCT derived diagnosis, Guided Surgery, CAD/CAM derived custom abutments, final crowns, full-arch frameworks for over dentures and much more.

Date Added:
2/17/2013

Author(s):

Marcus F. Abboud, DDS Marcus F. Abboud, DDS
Dr. Abboud is a specialist at Stony Brook University. His clinical and research activities are focused on implantology, bone remodelling, digital dentistry, digital radiology,...
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