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  1. Robinsson Lozano says:

    Hola buenos días me pueden ayudar con toda la información de el seminario de el 17 al 21 de octubre

  2. Nynke says:

    Zullen we het gewoon NIET doen? Al deze nonsens invullen? Wie gaat ze beoordelen?
    Brave administratief medewerkers zonder enige affiniteit met de zorg?

  3. Thomas says:

    Misschien met zijn allen besluiten de lijsten niet in te vullen?

  4. T'ng Chee Horng says:

    I have brought the STA Wand device when i attended a conference in other country, when i come back to my own country, i cannot find any support from supplier, and i don’t know how to use it. Can you provide me some reading materials or guidelines on how to operate the device? Thank you.

  5. RUUD Sigterman says:

    Het is wel interessant om het VERVOLG te weten van deze tamelijk vreemde casus.
    ik hoop dat Dental Tribune daarmee aan de slag gaat.

  6. Hello,
    please could you give me some contacts on dentists who are working with Myobrace for Kids/Adulsts in Slovakia or Czech Republic?

    Thank you very much.
    Andrea Kovacova from Slovakia

  7. Eshan Verma says:

    Hello this is great and hope it comes to Australian market too somehow.

    I too have some great AI ideas in Dentistry that could also be very beneficial and could change how we practice Dentistry today. I wish I have resources or contacts to make that change happen. But this is awesome.

  8. Dr. Gaurav Joshi says:

    Very informative article! Although ceramics are metal compounds, they are two distinctly different classes of materials. Metals are malleable and ductile while ceramics are brittle. Metals are good conductors of heat and electricity while ceramics are good insulators.
    The “metal-free” term is touted because of the allergies associated with metals. Ceramics are extremely biocompatible and we rarely see any allergy. So zirconia ceramic can be used in patients allergic to metals or wanting metal-free restorations.

  9. Dr. Rahul Rao says:

    This writeup offers a nice perspective. I guess the confusion is because of different terminologies. Ceramics in general terms is obtained by firing clay-like materials at high temperatures and metals don’t really enter into definition of ceramics in a major way. Silica is often found independently in clay, but Silica is a metalloid (neither a metal nor a non-metal)
    According to this writeup, the Glossary of Prosthodontics offers another perspective & here metals combining with non-metals (mainly oxygen) plays a major role. And yes, by this definition of ceramics, both Zirconia & Emax are ceramics but neither is metal free.

  10. Martin Levie says:

    En als je niet gevaccineerd bent? Wat dan?

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