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Practice Profile

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Dr. M. Dean Wright, Changing lives, one implant at a time

What can you tell us about your background? I was born and raised in Wichita, Kansas. I’ve been married 42 years and have one son Matthew, an attorney with Koch Industries. I come from a middle-class family (I’m one of five...

Dr. Louis Kaufman, Practice Profile

What can you tell us about your background?   I was born into a dental family. I graduated from the University of Illinois College of Dentistry, and in 1995, joined my father Richard’s well-established 50-year-old general...

Through the keyhole - Dr. Daniel Brunner

Dr. Daniel Brunner Reflections on practicing dentistry and placing implants in paradise


Clinical Articles

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Don’t Fear the Narrow Space

Dr. Justin Moody discusses his solution for narrow implant sites In the evolution of implant dentistry, one of the last hurdles dental practitioners had to clear was the solution for narrow or tight spaces. Initially, this was solved with small-...

Treating compromised sites with narrow implants

Dr. Cary Shapoff discusses the great clinical significance of narrow implants for practitioners in private practice In my practice, I encounter patients with congenitally missing maxillary lateral incisors and fractured maxillary and mandibular...

Staged extraction and guided bone regeneration (GBR) before implant placement

Drs. John Lupovici and Robert Raimondi illustrate a collaborative surgical and restorative clinical treatment for esthetic replacement of a compromised maxilla central incisor With the rapid advancement in understanding of the biomechanical interaction...


Practice Management

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Dr. Justin Moody offers tips on how to be “not just a teacher, but an awakener"


Ross Vera, consultant at Pride Institute, shows how updating your marketing strategy can make a world (wide web) of difference to your practice


Joanna Taylor introduces hypnotic language patterns and their benefits to the endodontic practice


Palm Beach Gardens, FL – (9/18/13) – BIOMET 3i and the American Academy of Periodontology Foundation are pleased to announce the 10th Anniversary of the Richard J. Lazzara Fellowship in Advanced Implant Surgery.

The fellowship is intended to provide educational and clinical expertise that reflect the most current techniques in implant dentistry. The AAP Foundation Lazzara Fellowship provides a stipend for the Fellow as well as funds to offset the hosting institution’s overhead and administrative costs.

It is a 12-month fellowship that takes place at the student’s training institution. It may begin upon the completion of the Fellow’s periodontal training program or when the Fellow starts the last six months of his/her periodontal program. The AAP Foundation selects the Fellow from a competitive application process and the winners have included young periodontists from around the world. BIOMET 3i will honor past nominees and winners of the fellowship at a special ceremony at the Lazzara Society Alumni Meeting in Philadelphia on September 28, 2013.

About BIOMET 3i
BIOMET 3i is a leading manufacturer of dental implants, abutments and related products. Since its inception in 1987, BIOMET 3i has been on the forefront in developing, manufacturing and distributing oral reconstructive products, including dental implant components and bone and tissue regenerative materials. The company also provides educational programs and seminars for dental professionals around the world. BIOMET 3i is based in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, with operations throughout North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia-Pacific.

For more information about BIOMET 3i, please visit www.biomet3i.com or contact the company at (800) 342-5454; outside the U.S. dial (561) 776-6700.

Sharon S. Bournes
Director Of Advertising, PR And Communications for BIOMET 3i
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Phone: 561-776-6725



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