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Implant Design – The Four Essential Components for Clinicians

Description:
Dr. Paolo Trisi, a clinician and researcher, discusses the key attributes of implant design and how they may effect the critical surgical and restorative decisions made by clinicians. In addition, how these design elements affect biology and biomechanics of implant placement as well as the stability of bone and esthetic soft tissue profiles are also discussed in detail.

Date Added:
10/5/2009

Author(s):

Paolo  Trisi, DDS, PhD Paolo Trisi, DDS, PhD
Dr. Paolo Trisi graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry – Chieti, Italy - Dental School. He completed a two-year specialty program in Periodontology at ...
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Questions & Comments
Syanti Astuty - (9/3/2011 1:21 PM)

very good presentation!!! lots of knowlegde... Syanti Wahyu, DDS

Francisco Jimenez - (10/11/2009 5:09 PM)

Quite well presented. Congratulations. Francisco Jiménez, DDS

Francisco Jimenez - (10/11/2009 5:08 PM)

Quite well presented. Congratulations. Francisco Jiménez, DDS

Alessandro Palumbo - (10/10/2009 8:56 AM)

Great Paolo Trisi, this topic is more importatnt then the fixture surface discussion that university and productors are speaking about from a lot of years..............Thank's a lot for your very good lesson .Best regards.
Alessandro Palumbo.

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