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Inspyred Winter 2017
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In This Issue

Winter 2017 | Volume 5 | Issue 2

Let's rethink dental ergonomics

David Blanc's fascinating article on dental ergonomics. Get invaluable advice for setting up a workstation that works for you, and how to avoid musculoskeletal disorders.

Wiki-implants: Defusing an 'inflammatory bomb'

Victor Palarie and Husein Isawi describe an 'infl ammatory bomb' caused by implants which had been placed in infected sites.

Different approaches for root coverage

Julia Hehn looks at different approaches for root coverage and treats gingival recessions using an interesting split-mouth design.

Immediate dentoalveolar restoration

Benjamin Cortasse looks at immediate dentoalveolar restoration and offers a compelling new perspective for immediate placement.

Highlights from Madrid 2017

This issue also includes highlights from this year's annual scientific meeting which took place in Madrid in October. See pictures, catch up on the latest association news, and fi nd out about the social and scientific highlights from the EAO's 26th annual meeting.

Customised allogeneic bone-blocks

A clinical article is by Peter Lindkvist and involves the use of customised allogeneic bone-blocks.

How to create an inter-disciplinary practice

Interview with Tidu Mankoo, international lecturer and clinician

Minimally invasive extraction with the Benex system

A case report from Katarzyna Gurzawska involving a patient at risk of medication-related osteonecrosis of the jaw (MRONJ), and minimally invasive extraction.

EAO Consensus Conference

7–10 February 2018, Pfäffikon, Switzerland

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