Iyer, Shanke
January 2009
International Journal of Clinical Implant Dentistry;Jan-Apr2009, Vol. 1 Issue 1, preceding p1
Academic Journal
The author reflects on the implant education offered by the American Academy of Implant Dentistry through its Maxicourse. He expresses his gratitude to the Jaypee Brothes Medical Publishers (P) Ltd. which provides an impetus, supports the educational effort, and provides the first Dental DVD interactive publication. An overview of the three modes of choices for practitioners is offered.


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