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Simultaneous and Integrated Surgical and Restorative Protocols in Immediate Anterior Implant Therapy

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This presentation outlines in detail the biological, surgical and restorative processes that must be understood and integrated optimally in immediate anterior implant therapy in order to achieve efficient, predictable and esthetic outcomes. In addition, immediate loading of single and full arch cases as well as computer guided surgery will be elucidated upon.

Date Added:
6/26/2019

Author(s):

Luciano Retana, DDS Luciano Retana, DDS
Dr. Luciano Retana completed his undergraduate studies at Universidad Latina de Costa Rica where he received his DDS degree in 2005. He obtained his specialty in Prosth...
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Questions & Comments
Gary Gutierrez - (7/7/2021 6:37 PM)

Felicidades Luciano

marc nacar - (6/19/2019 4:58 PM)

Congrats my friend

Oscar Guzman Sanchez - (2/25/2015 6:50 PM)

Excellent presentation Dr. Retana.

Matias Tanga - (2/7/2015 10:11 PM)

lucho, me alegra verte por aca. felicitaciones. abrazo grande.

Dr. Darko Veljanovski - (2/4/2015 4:37 PM)

Brilliant: presentation, cases, music.Like watching a good movie....

Maurice Salama - (2/4/2015 3:45 PM)

Bravo! Spectacular presentation. We will look for more from you in the future...regards Dr. Salama

carlos cardenas - (2/4/2015 11:56 AM)

excellente !congratulation! Dr. Luciano!

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