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3D Imaging and its Applications in Oral Implantology

Description:
In this interactive video presentation, Dr. Rami Gamil outlines the basics of 3D imaging in comprehensive implant therapy as well as compare Cone Beam CT with Fan Beam regular CT. In addition, Dr. Gamil discusses how to utilize 3D imaging and enhanced planning with computer guided surgery to optimize clinical implant success in everyday practice.

Date Added:
5/20/2012

Author(s):

Rami Gamil, BDS Rami Gamil, BDS
B.D.S. / FICOI/ DU University Toulouse III Paul Sabatier

Rami Gamil received his Diplome Universitaire DU in 3D Imaging from the University of Toulouse III Paul Sab...
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Questions & Comments
Victoria Selivestru - (1/28/2019 12:53 PM)

Very interesting ! Thank you !

Rami Gamil - (2/7/2013 5:38 AM)

Thanks A lot

ahmed rashwan - (12/7/2012 6:44 PM)

Ramy Well done. Nice presentation and nice case

Rami Gamil - (5/29/2012 11:11 AM)

Thanks a lot Pravin!

pravin jayachandran - (5/29/2012 3:43 AM)

excellent presentation sir.

Rami Gamil - (5/23/2012 9:26 AM)

Thanks a lot Dr Waeil, all comments and questions are welcomed, glad you enjoyed it!

Waeil El.Misalati - (5/22/2012 8:46 PM)

Thanks for the wonderful presentation Dr. Rami. Very informative :) Waeil Misalati

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