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Implant Body Design: Macro Designs Pt 2

Description:
Dr. Trisi looks at the geometry of implant design from the thread structure to the connection types and discusses how these designs relate to the clinical aspect of implant surgery.

Date Added:
6/30/2008

Author(s):

Paolo  Trisi, DDS, PhD Paolo Trisi, DDS, PhD
Dr. Paolo Trisi graduated from the University of Medicine and Dentistry – Chieti, Italy - Dental School. He completed a two-year specialty program in Periodontology at ...
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Paolo Trisi, DDS, PhD





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Sam Busich - (12/17/2010 5:04 PM)

Great discussion on the clinical impact of macro and micro geometries and implant design. Congratulations and thank you Dr. Trisi.

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