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Протезированиe на имплантатах: современное научное прогнозирование для уменьшения осложнений.

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Успешная имплатология в идеале должна оценить долгосрочный результат комплекса:имплантология и протезирование в целом. В течение этой лекции клинические аспекты дентальной имплантации будут проанализированы в контексте их применении при эстетической реабилитации на имплантатах. Оценка рисков, планирование лечения, хирургический протоколы и эстетическая реабилитация будут обсуждены в деталях в зависимости от разных клинических случаев. В частности, эта презентация рассмотрит наиболее часто используемые критерии для определения успеха лечения для реабилитации на имплантатах в эстетической зоне. Параметры уровня имплантата, мягких тканей, протезирование, и уровень удовлетворенности пациента будут обсуждаться в качестве индикаторов успеха лечения.

Date Added:
10/1/2014

Author(s):

German Gallucci, DMD, PhD, Dr. med. dent. German Gallucci, DMD, PhD, Dr. med. dent.
Dr. German Gallucci received his Doctorate in Dental Medicine (Dr. Med. Dent.) from the University of Geneva, Switzerland. He attended a postdoctoral training at the Departmen...
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Questions & Comments
Muhammad Saleh - (9/4/2015 4:26 PM)

Perfect presentation dear professor, just perfect :)

Shervin Mehdizadeh - (10/7/2014 6:06 AM)

Shervin Mehdizadeh-(7/10/2014 8:00 PM) Thanks German for putting emphasis on the points normally underscored by some of our implant surgeons

Omid Moghaddas - (10/5/2014 3:45 AM)

totally agree with Maurice, it is a must to see presentation and mandatory information to know. thanks German Dr Moghaddas

Maurice Salama - (10/3/2014 10:01 PM)

This presentation should be MANDATORY for anyone doing implants in the Esthetic Zone in clinical practice. Great summary and cases to support the concepts. Dr. Salama

gary toogood - (9/26/2014 6:19 PM)

very well presented and good information..gtoogood

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