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Aproximación protésica en un caso complejo

Description:
En este video el Dr. Doñas nos muestra la importancia de la participación del prostodoncista en la planificación quirúrgica de los casos. Para esto nos muestra brevemente la resolución de un caso complejo en el cual es prostodoncista participa en todas las etapas desde la planificación.

Date Added:
6/3/2012

Author(s):

Patricio Doñas Nuñez, DDS, MS Patricio Doñas Nuñez, DDS, MS
Prosthodontics & Oral Rehabilitation

Dr. Doñas was born in Santiago, Chile in 1978. He completed his undergraduate studies at the University of Chile becoming a den...
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Questions & Comments
Ronald Goldstein - (8/28/2017 5:40 PM)

Dr Donas correctly emphasizes the importance of cooperative planning with the restorative dentist and the surgical team right from the start.

Maria Fernandez - (8/25/2017 7:49 PM)

Excelente caso dr. Doñas. Que edad tenia el paciente cuando lo operaron?

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