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Managing Soft Tissue Lesions

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Dr. Garber utilizes ProGinicin to speed up the healing process on a soft tissue lesion and to reduce the pain immediately after. The non-antibiotic medicine was first developed for herpes treatment and is now extensively used on a variety of applications in soft tissue.

Date Added:
5/9/2008

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
Nathalee Soto-Gonzalez - (9/30/2015 12:55 PM)

I was surprised to see the very last pictures and either the doctor or his DA were not wearing any gloves. Where OSHA standards are?

chandanpreet jaspal - (6/14/2015 1:30 AM)

Proginicin- where can I read some articles on this?

ahlam elsay - (2/5/2013 9:01 AM)

thanks doctor . but is it local cortison(orabase)?

nermin yussif - (7/18/2012 1:32 PM)

what is the used product?name ,composition and its benifits

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