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Implant Overdentures – Part 1 of 2

Description:
We all know the problems associated with conventional complete dentures( especially mandibular denture) in terms of reduced denture bearing area post resorption thereby having compromised retention and stability. Its important to understand the science and prosthodontic factors involved in selecting the number of implants and the super structure in terms of attachment for every case considering the anatomic variations and prosthesis movement. This lecture will be describing all the scientific principles in details which will help us identify individual cases and plan the treatment accordingly.

Date Added:
7/23/2015

Author(s):

Sagar J. Abichandani, BDS, MDS Sagar J. Abichandani, BDS, MDS
DR. SAGAR J. ABICHANDANI completed graduation (BDS) from Dr.DY.Patil Dental College and Hospital, Mumbai. INDIA and post graduation (MDS) in ‘prosthodontics’ from Shri ...
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Questions & Comments
Ashish Patel - (1/21/2018 12:03 PM)

Where is part 2 - unable to still find it

Maurice Salama - (1/17/2016 9:56 AM)

Nasri and Osama; Part 2 has been provided now and will be processed for posting in the coming weeks. Please keep an eye out. warm regards Dr. Salama

Nasri Shwehdy - (1/17/2016 4:48 AM)

can anyone help me, to find the Part2!

sagar abichandani175 - (1/3/2016 4:02 AM)

thanks osama for your lovely words, part II shall be uploaded soon. best regards

Osama El Okby - (12/12/2015 9:11 AM)

Dr. Sagar this is an amazing lecture , i loved the organized and simplified treatment options scheme . But still i can't find part 2 lecture , thanks for your efforts

sagar abichandani175 - (8/27/2015 3:05 AM)

thanks vimal for your appreciation ,part 2 shall be uploaded soon.

sagar abichandani175 - (8/25/2015 2:22 AM)

thanks ashish for your kind words, appreciate it ..!

vimal Mali - (8/22/2015 4:08 PM)

Excellent presentation Sagar. Any idea when will you upload part 2 ?

Ashish Shah - (8/21/2015 1:13 AM)

As usual articulate and great.

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