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長期にわたるインプラント治療のためのプロビジョナル

Description:
In this lecture, Dr. Dean Vafiadis, program director of Full Mouth Rehabilitation CE Course at New York University, describes techniques and materials for long-term provisonalization in implant cases for both anterior and posterior cases. Materials, occlusion and esthetic requirements are discussed in detail. New applications for digital and CAD/CAM technology are also discussed.

Date Added:
11/5/2009

Author(s):

Dean C. Vafiadis, DDS Dean C. Vafiadis, DDS
Dean C. Vafiadis, DDS, received his dental degree and Prosthodontic specialty training at New York University College of Dentistry. He is currently the Director of the ...
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Online Videos / Surgery / Implant / Provisionalization for Long-Term Implant Therapy




Questions & Comments
Paul Scholl - (11/27/2009 8:46 PM)

On the beautiful model, they could have just done a composite bridge between #8 and #10 instead of cutting the good teeth down. Not hard to do and it can be esthetic as well. Just basic bonding.

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