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スクリュー型Screw-Retainedクラウンのアップデート

Description:
In this Clinically oriented Lecture, Dr. Bernard Touati, currently president of the International Congress on Esthetic Dentistry, discusses how new ceramic systems influence restorative design and decision making. Specifically, how zirconium oxide has allowed clinicians to once again consider the screw retained option in esthetic implant supported crowns. Advantages of retrievability and avoidance of cementation problems are emphasized.

Date Added:
10/6/2010

Author(s):
Bernard Touati, DDS, DSO
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Online Videos / Restorative / Crowns and Bridges / Revisiting the Screw Retained Implant Supported Crown




Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (10/10/2012 8:31 AM)

A oldie but goodie. Nice job by Dr. Touati. Dr. Salama

julian jaramillo b - (8/30/2011 8:13 AM)

Very nice presentation, beautiful ceramics, gorgeous last case. Try using TEFLON for the screw acces instead of cotton pellets, it is packable and easily removed.

farshad bajoghli - (11/10/2010 2:20 PM)

thanks for nice presentation.aren't you concern about bonding ceramic to denture teeth?will they stay in place?thanks again

gabriel velasquez - (10/8/2010 9:27 AM)

hi dr, Bernard, congratulations...is there danger when you tight the structure, the screws, a posible fracture of the estructure? thanks..

Sam Busich - (10/6/2010 6:44 PM)

Nice presentation. I've seen him before but it has been awhile. Contour, contour, contour!! Sam

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