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Selection of Biomaterials, Bone Grafts and Growth Factors in Implant Therapy

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In this highly evidence based and detailed technique presentation, Dr. Daniel Buser discusses decision making and surgical protocols in the placement of implants in compromised anterior sites. A focus is also placed on selection of biomaterials, bone grafts and growth factors.

Date Added:
10/6/2016

Author(s):

Daniel Buser, DDS Daniel Buser, DDS
Dr. Da­niel Bu­ser is Pro­fes­sor and Chairman at the De­part­ment of Oral Sur­ge­ry at the Uni­ver­si­ty of Ber­n in Swit­zer­land. He spent 3-times a sabbat...
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Questions & Comments
FİGEN ÖZÇELEBİ - (11/4/2016 9:16 AM)

Thank you for your wonderful presentation Dr Buser

Long Nguyen - (10/15/2016 12:10 PM)

Thank you so much for a wonderful wonderful presentatiion. We learn a lot from you. Very helpful. Lookiing forward to more and more lectures and hand- on from you. How could we attend your seminars? Thanks DentalXP posting this on for us.

Maurice Salama - (10/14/2016 7:00 AM)

A very effective protocol for GBR and tooth replacement. If you can follow these rules it will make you a better implant dentist for sure. Dr. Salama

aryeh gellman - (10/14/2016 3:18 AM)

great methods displayed and lecture too tnx

Rene Rebeil - (10/9/2016 6:55 PM)

Dear Danny, as always, you gave as an excellent presentation, I enjoyed your controversy with such greats personalities of implantology. I m sure you will find extraordinaty results on PRGF. Thank you so much! Rene Rebeil, MEXICO

Omid Moghaddas - (10/7/2016 1:34 AM)

Thanks Daniel for such a comprehensive,well documented and detailed presentation.always enjoy listening to you and learn from a true master clinician. Regards Dr Moghaddas

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