Implant Surgery: Level 2

Placing implants in healthy patients with adequate bone, and even those who require some bone grafting, is relatively simple, enjoyable, and profitable! It should be a part of the practice of any interested dentist. This course is oriented toward those dentists who have had a moderate level of surgical experience, enjoy it, and want to increase their knowledge and clinical skills in placement of implants.

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  • Gordon J. Christiensen

    • Provo, UT

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  • Gordon J. Christensen - Practical Clinical Courses

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