By Bjorn Ludwig, Sebastian Baumgaertel, S. Jay Bowman
This textbook is either a pragmatic and theoretic reference ebook for the scientific use of orthodontic implants. the normal suggestions of mini-screw choice and site in quite a few medical events are awarded for simple incorporation into daily perform. moreover, options to express orthodontic difficulties are illustrated via suitable scientific examples and designated in an intensive dialogue of required protocols, symptoms and contraindications, capability hazards, and medical challenge fixing. The editors years of medical event and foreign renown within the box have allowed them to recruit collaborators whose services enhances their very own. the result is an intensive, authoritative, and eminently sensible survey of orthodontic implantology.
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