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The Surgical-Restorative Digital Work Flow In Comprehensive Therapy

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Traditional methods of treating our patients are being been replaced by digital processes, impacting our daily life. The intake of various technologies such as CBCT imaging, scanning, digital restorative design and CAD/CAM production have contributed to this movement. In the same time, restorative materials have also been developed and studied that have improved strength and esthetic qualities. All these capabilities create opportunities for better restorative outcome.

Date Added:
4/8/2020

Author(s):

Karim Dada, DDS, MS Karim Dada, DDS, MS
Dr. Karim Dada, DDS, MS, graduated with a degree in dental surgery and post-graduate certificates in implant prosthodontics and implant surgery from the Paris...
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Leon Pariente, DDS Leon Pariente, DDS
Dr. Pariente earned his DDS degree from the University of Paris René Descartes in 2009. His private practice provides implantology and periodontology. He is a...
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Adeel Ali - (4/11/2020 2:01 PM)

Excellent presentation. Many thanks

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Marcin Kelm - (4/8/2020 8:02 AM)

Very motivating video! Thank you.

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Excellent Presentation.

Bassam Rabie - (11/29/2017 7:23 AM)

Beautiful cases and a well documented lecture based on high tech and science

Alessandro Agnini - (11/19/2017 6:49 AM)

Amazing Presentation supported by scientific evidence and with wonderful clean cases described in the minimal details.. Your guys deserve to be on important stages One question Have you ever had fractures on the PMMA provisional in full arch cases?

Andrea Agnini - (11/15/2017 7:28 AM)

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