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Preventative Maintenance For the Full Arch Patient

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The management of the full arch implant patient must include a specific hygiene and maintenance protocol to be successful. This presentation reviews several different approaches available and specific protocols for the implant team to incorporate to manage these patients.

Date Added:
6/20/2022

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Yemia White, RDH, BSDH Yemia White, RDH, BSDH

Yemia White, RDH, BSDH

Registered Dental Hygienist with17 years of clinical experience. More to come soon......
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