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インプラントデザインの革新的トレンド

Description:
In this presentation by Dr. Adriano Piattelli, the latest scientific data is presented on some of the most important evolving treds in implant therapy. These include the potential effect of new implant surface microgeometry on immediate load clinical protocols because of effective enhancement of shorter healing time and greater bone to implant contact. In addition, clinical expression of connection design, bacterial seals at those connections and platform switching are topics that are also highlighted.

Date Added:
10/25/2011

Author(s):
Dr. Adriano Piattelli
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Online Videos / Surgery / Implant / Evolving Trends in Implant Design




Questions & Comments
FARHAN DURRANI492 - (12/11/2011 9:25 AM)

Dr. Adriano Piattelli DEAR SIR PLEASE DO EXPLAIN WHY MOST BOOKS STILL SAY THAT 16 WEEKS HEALING TIME IS REQUIRED FOR INTEGRATION,NEW CONCEPT SAYS WE CAN LOAD IMMEDIATELY BUT SIR OCCLUSION AND ABNORMAL FORCES HAVE TO BE TAKEN CARE OF BEFORE IMMEDIATE LOADING. DR FARHAN DURRANI

Sam Busich - (11/2/2011 11:21 AM)

Peter; You can always PAUSE the lecture and read the slide?
Sam

peter young - (11/2/2011 6:34 AM)

Some slides were not on the screen for long enough to read. Good lecture but needs slowing down to catch the important points.

Sam Busich - (10/31/2011 8:15 AM)

You want to hear about real science in implant dentistry then this is the lecture. Amazing stuff. Thank you XP. Sam

alper gultekin - (10/30/2011 6:28 PM)

Thanks, very scientific excellent presentation. Implant retrievability to evaluatuate for histologically, it must be hard to take permission from ethical committes; ın our country it is almost impossible..

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