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4D Concept and Immediate Implant Placement: Part 2

Description:
Dr. Akiyoshi Funato presents part 2 of his lecture on 4D Concept Implant Dentistry during his visit to the Team Atlanta Teaching Center.

Date Added:
4/22/2008

Author(s):

Akiyoshi Funato, D.D.S. Akiyoshi Funato, D.D.S.
Professional Experience:

  • Nagisa Dental Clinic, private practice, moved to Kanazawa, Ishikawa, Japan, 1998 – present
  • Founder/instructor of...
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Questions & Comments
Maurice Salama - (1/17/2010 7:05 AM)

From Dr. Aki Funato posted August 20, 2009
Thank you for your kind comments about my presentation.
You can purchase my FT wing and 2710 bur kit from this adress.

fujiwara@haishausa.com

Sincerly yours
Aki Funato

Nhien Lu - (1/16/2010 7:29 PM)

Where can we get the ftwing and the 2710 bur kit?

Nhien Lu - (1/16/2010 7:29 PM)

Where can we get the ftwing and the 2710 bur kit?

Akiyoshi Funato - (8/20/2009 2:22 AM)

[color=blue]Hello, Mark .
Thank you for your kind comments about my presentation.
You can purchase my FT wing and 2710 bur kit from this adress.

fujiwara@haishausa.com

Sincerly yours
Aki [/color]
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Sam Busich - (8/19/2009 1:01 PM)

Maurice;
I agree. How is the BMP cases featured on XP turning out? What about ridge splitting and interpositional grafting as new options in regenerative therapy?
Sam

Maurice Salama - (8/16/2009 10:05 PM)

An outstanding review of current and varying regenerative approaches in esthetic implant dentistry. Discussions focus on GBR utilizing a titanium mesh FT-Wing and resorbable membranes. Excellent cases and technical review of surgical concepts. Anything new other than bioactive modifiers and BMP??

Maurice Salama - (5/4/2009 9:42 AM)

Mark, Very nice to hear from you. The doctor's name is Dr. Aki Funato. He is the presenter of this excellent regenerative lecture and inventor of the FT Wing and Initial Implant Bur kit. You can find his contact information on his Xpert page on this site. Write to him and I'm sure he will let you know where these products can be purchased. I have used both and have been very pleased.
Good luck.

Mark Gutt - (5/3/2009 10:16 AM)

Very nice presentation with exceptional results. Where can we get more information on the ftwing and 2710 bur kit as the website is inaccessbile?
Thank you.

Mark Gutt - (5/3/2009 10:16 AM)

Very nice presentation with exceptional results. Where can we get more information on the ftwing and 2710 bur kit as the website is inaccessbile?
Thank you.

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