Introduction to Osseointegration and Modern Implant Dentistry: Part 2 of 2
This introduction gives a brief history of implant dentistry and the foundation of the modern era based on osseointegration. The principles of osseointegration will be outlined along with a detailed review of the healing sequence associated with it and how that directly influences clinical decisions. In addition, a review is presented of implant biomaterials and surfaces and how they influence the process of osseointegration.
henry salamaHENRY SALAMA, DMD Biographical Sketch Dr. Salama received his post-doctoral specialty certificates in both periodontics...See Bio
This course is intended for dentists and other dental professionals from novice to advanced.
Self Instructional Online CE Course
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