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経済的状況下での審美のマネジメント

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オンラインで行われた講義。より効果的で予測可能な結果を出すとともに、現在の経済的状況に適応するような最新のテクノロジー、テクニックを重点的に取り上げる。コミュニケーションの途絶を少なくし、患者の最初の期待を満たすために、ラボとの現在のコミュニケーションツールを最大限に利用する方法を学ぶ。

Date Added:
9/24/2011

Author(s):

Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT Pinhas Adar, MDT, CDT
Master Ceramist Pinhas Adar studied initially in Tel Aviv, Israel at Ort Yad Shapiro and then completed his internship with Mr. Willi Geller in Zurich...
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Questions & Comments
Alejandro Aguilar - (9/26/2011 8:30 PM)

nice lecture

Steven Goldstein244 - (9/25/2011 9:07 PM)

Very nice presentation!

Hana Hasse - (9/22/2011 1:40 PM)

Not the most informative lecture for sure

Galina Mayer - (9/21/2011 11:01 PM)

Pinhas, you are a master of your trade, a mumche! Very inspiring! Do you know of anyone like you in Toronto? Anyone from Toronto who took your courses? Thanks

Robert Klugman - (9/21/2011 10:51 AM)

Too much talking and not enough doing.

Debby Adar - (9/21/2011 10:35 AM)

Amazing as he always is. Great information

Band Ditto64 - (9/21/2011 7:32 AM)

Adelaida; Try again, it played fine and all the way through with great quality audio and video!! Band

Adelaida Quingco - (9/21/2011 3:47 AM)

it stopped in the middle of the session

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