Effect of coded healing abutment height and position on the trueness of digital intraoral implant scans.

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Summary of "Effect of coded healing abutment height and position on the trueness of digital intraoral implant scans."

Information regarding the effect of the height and position of a coded healing abutment (CHA) on the trueness of intraoral digital scans is lacking.


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Name: The Journal of prosthetic dentistry
ISSN: 1097-6841


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