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Ankylos: The Esthetic & Functional Advantage Pt 1

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Dr. David DiGiallorenzo discusses the utilization of implants to support an overdenture. He specifically emphasizes the macrogeometric design advantages of the Ankylos system that make it ideal for overdenture support utilizing the unique characteristics of the Syncone system of attachments. Dr. DiGiallorenzo also outlines flap design and computer guided surgery in treatment planning overdenture construction.

Date Added:
7/15/2008

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David DiGiallorenzo, DMD David DiGiallorenzo, DMD
Dr. David DiGiallorenzo has a unique multi-disciplinary approach to dental therapy. His training at the University of Pennsylvania in the early 90’s in the Department o...
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