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First step to the All-on-4® treatment concept: new e-book reveals the route to success

by: Chris Kendall

Clinicians exploring new ways to distinguish their practice have expert advice to hand in a free new e-book, "How you can start with the All-on-4® treatment concept."

Revealing new insights into successfully harnessing the All-on-4® treatment concept’s unique benefits, over 10,000 dental professionals have already taken the opportunity to download the e-book and discover more.

Download the e-book: How you can start with the All-on-4® treatment concept

For clinicians considering new services for patients and opportunities for professional development, it offers an ideal introduction to this well-established and renowned protocol – hundreds of thousands of edentulous and soon-to-be edentulous patients have chosen the All-on-4® treatment concept.

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In the e-book, clinicians will find:
 
  • 4 steps to identify eligible patients;
  • treatment planning tips;
  • 4 common challenges and how to avoid them;
  • tips and techniques from experts;
  • real-life clinical cases.

Several experienced practitioners use the real-life clinical cases to share their advice and knowledge of the concept’s key elements and how clinicians can use them most effectively.

And, with an explanation of the continuing global growth in demand for implant-based solutions, it casts light on why the All-on-4® treatment concept has been favored by so many: above all, how it is able to make shorter time-to-teeth, with reduced complexity and at lower cost, a real possibility for practitioners and their patients.

Taking the next step

In addition to the e-book release, a free online training course has been launched for professionals to expand their knowledge – an ideal next-step for those considering All-on-4® treatment concept for their patients.

Part of Nobel Biocare’s premier program of training and education, the three-hour video-based course is presented by professional practitioners with 10-years’ experience in the protocol.

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