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Thank you for an enlightening presentation.
use for primary teeth?
Doc, would you advise non traumatic extraction in cases where you don’t foresee possibility of placing an implant?
Thank you. Any tips for the maxillary molar extraction?
in the last case was anything done after the extraction of tooth # 11 and if you wait for 6 months are you sure that everything will stay as it is after surgery? how was the bone maintained after extraction of 11?
What is your opinion on dentine grinding for use as graft material?
Brilliant talk doc. Very clear and good relevant clinical examples
Thanks for the presentation Dr. Gakonyo , Respect from Kosovo
With the physics forceps do you not put pressure through the root onto the facial bone
can curvature of roots influence use of Physics-forceps?
Solution for ankylosed teeth…?
Thank You Dr Joseph
Thank you for a very informative presentation.
Excellent! I’m retired, but now know much more about what to talk about if the need ever arises for myself/family/friends. Thank you!
thank you dr gakonyo for sharing your personal and scientific experience with so much generosity
What about use of PRF for socket preservation?
How do you deal with 72 hours oedematous reaction when using hemostatic sponge especially on upper molars?apart from NSAIDS.
Thank you. – Dr B Impladent Inc http://www.CaltexPress.com
Which are the recommended tools for low trauma extraction
Great to see Dr.Gakonyo present on this topic!!
Agradecido por la formación. Saludos desde España. Dr Álvarez MARIN
Dr. Waldemarson DMD PhD A very good semniarium for us Dentists
Recommend tools for low trauma extractions
Do you recommend immediate implant s ?
I’m so glad to join with you
Are physics forceps able to extract 3rd molars?
Dr.waldemarson DMD PhD
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