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Implant Supported Overdentures - A Comprehensive Approach - Part 3 of 3

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In part 3 of this clinical video series, Dr. Joe Carrick, producer of the prototype for what is now the ERA Implant, demonstrates in great detail the clinical protocol for the treatment planning, application and delivery of implant supported overdentures. Digital diagnostics as well as Virtual Implant Placement (VIP) utilizing the Implant Logic System are combined with good removable prosthodontic techniques to deliver a successful prosthesis.

Date Added:
7/13/2010

Author(s):
Joe Carrick, DDS, FAACD
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