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欠損歯即時治療におけるテクノロジーの役割 Part2

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Utilizing case presentations in this second of a two part series, Dr. Jack Krauser outlines a thorough review of the available state of the art digital technology that can be combined and utilized to plan and deliver immediate restorations in both partially and fully edentulous patients. In addition, a step-by-step flow chart for the utilization of virtual computer planning, guided surgery and CAD/CAM technology help facilitate the precise and clinically efficient fabrication and delivery of provisional as well as final restorations.

Date Added:
12/17/2010

Author(s):

Jack T. Krauser, DMD Jack T. Krauser, DMD
Dr. Jack T. Krauser graduated from the University of Pennsylvania with a DMD degree and achieved a certificate in periodontics from Boston University. He is a member of...
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Questions & Comments
Federico Moreno Sancho - (12/28/2010 9:34 AM)

One of the most useful, clear and smooth presentations I ´ve seen on the subject. Worth to watch twice.

William McFatter - (12/22/2010 4:04 PM)

I've done several lower over denture guided cases- I am wondering how you handle the uneven crestal areas where the implant emerges- do you place the implant level with the lowest area of bone planning on the bone resorbing to that level?

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