New Designs, Technologies Promise to Modify Implant Options

Author : Dental Product Shopper
Published Date 12/01/2010
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There are more than 177 implant companies in the United States today, and although many good implants are on the market and working successfully, new designs and technologies will continue to modify implant options, according to a speaker at the ?Updates in Contemporary Dentistry Meeting?? held here last week. Scott Parker, DDS, who maintains a private practice in Redmond, WA, was invited to speak on implants by the meeting sponsor, Dental Learning, because of his extensive background with and publications on restorative dentistry. Parker reviewed the history of the implant process, reviewed types of available implants, and discussed final restorative placement. The key to practicing good dentistry, Parker said, ?is finding what motivates you and offering that to your patients.?? There are more than 177 implant companies in the United States today, and although many good implants are on the market and working successfully, new designs and technologies will continue to modify implant options, according to a speaker at the ?Updates in Contemporary Dentistry Meeting?? held here last week. Scott Parker, DDS, who maintains a private practice in Redmond, WA, was invited to speak on implants by the meeting sponsor, Dental Learning, because of his extensive background with and publications on restorative dentistry. Parker reviewed the history of the implant process, reviewed types of available implants, and discussed final restorative placement. The key to practicing good dentistry, Parker said, ?is finding what motivates you and offering that to your patients.??
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