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欠損のあるリッジのマネージメント: ケースレビュー Part 4

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In part 4 Dr. Pikos contours the bone block to fit the recipient site, then places the block graft.

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5/25/2012

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Maurice Salama - (1/2/2016 11:16 AM)

Great stuff. Very practical. Thanks Mike

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