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Treatment of Refractory Periodontal Disease

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Understand how Dr. Rosenberg approaches the Treatment of Refractory Case by analyzing mechanical debridement, culture, sensitivity, antibiotics, host response, systemic health, recall interval and compliance.

Date Added:
6/29/2007

Author(s):
Ed Rosenberg, DMD
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Questions & Comments
shiva tabari - (1/23/2014 10:04 PM)

Thank you for your great presentation. which antibiotics do you use generally for Rapidly Progressive and Refractory periodontitis?

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