Treatise of Implant Dentistry
by Ugo Pasqualini, Marco E Pasqualini
Publisher: Carimate 2009
Number of pages: 289
This book has been written to do justice to all those who contributed to the evolution of implant dentistry, from its origins to the present day. For every technique, we will provide useful information, also offering opinions, reservations and recommendations.
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