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Attachments in the lab
Released:
June 2008
Edition:
First
Pages:
318 - Color
Size:
8.4" x 10.8"
Languages:
Spanish Portuguese

This third volume, Attachments in the laboratory, from the author Frank Kaiser’s trilogy, presents a meticulous study of approximately 75 different types of attachments found in the market. The classification of these connectors by concept; function, mechanism, location, like intra-coronary, extra-coronary, on bars or for overdentures, allows an improved communication between dentists and laboratories. The technical aspects, simples and practical of this book represent a useful source of information’s and updating in terms of combined prosthetics. A complete study of the laboratorial procedures based on author‘s international experience are detailed step by step. Regarding the theme, objective explanations and 3D didactic drawings turned this third volume into a unique Atlas. It is useful for dental faculties and dental technical schools, as well as in doctor's offices and dental laboratories. International mechanism’s analyzes and systematization allows even more to value the universal aspect of the topic, generally very regionalized. Although its international activities, and consulting in an important German dental company, the author prevented the commercial aspect. No specific mark, product, equipment or company is being mentioned during the reading. A transparent and purely technical vision of the theme can be observed through a total of 1500 illustrations, including approximately 500 high quality photos, which turn this book into an international reference in terms of attachments.
Price:  U$ 66.61

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This product was added to our catalog on Saturday 24 January, 2009.