Dental implantology experts and the Foundation of Oral Rehabilitation (FOR) have taken a new treatment solution for edentulism to Rapa Nui (also...
Peri-implant disease is a much discussed topic. There is currently no consensus about aetiology or treatment. That’s why the research association...
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While dental practitioners understand which steps are necessary to provide safe and effective treatment, the routine use of checklists helps avoid errors of omission as both dental practitioners and their staff do not need to rely solely on memory to remember each step of a procedure.
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Whether clinicians and dental students are interested in engaging in discussions via our global and local forums, receiving treatment advice via anonymous postings, or simply sharing an unlimited number of images, videos or document attachments with colleagues, FOR.org is the place to be to enhance and expand both your personal and professional networks.