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Thomas Balshi
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First Choice For Dental Care
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Read our newest blog: Prosthodontists Do Not Fear Second Opinions

http://www.firstclassdentalimplants.com/2015/07/09/prosthodontists-do-not-fear-second-opinions/
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Congratulations to Stephen Balshi, President of CM Prosthetics Inc., who has been welcomed on as a Professor at the Rutgers School of Dental Medicine! All of us at Pi are wishing you continued success!
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Ambler Earth Fest - April 18th, 2015 from 11:00am to 4:00pm
http://blog.dentalimplants-usa.com/bid/73640/Pi-Dental-Center-Goes-Green-in-2015
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National Prosthodontics Awareness Week is coming this April 2015.
http://www.firstclassdentalimplants.com/2015/02/13/prosthodontics-awareness-week-2015-coming-soon/
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On December 20, 2014, Per-Ingvar Brånemark, the father of modern dental implants, died in his hometown of Gothenburg, Sweden. Without the work of Dr. Brånemark, dental implants might not exist.

http://blog.dentalimplants-usa.com/bid/73347/The-Father-of-Modern-Dental-Implants.

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Dr. Thomas Balshi and Stephen Balshi MBE will present “What Do a Gun, Malignant Tissue, and a Hyena Have in Common?”, at ACP 2014 - 44th Annual Session in New Orleans on Saturday, November 8th -  Restoring dental and facial deficiencies is challenging to both the clinician and the technician. Both must use engineering principles in implant prosthodontics to ensure a successful result. The resulting prosthesis must be retrievable so that it can be maintained over the life of the patient and can be modified based on the patient’s biologic changes. This presentation will use three patients, all who have been affected traumatically, to show ways to restore both dental and craniofacial defects. Both the clinical and technical aspects of each patient will be discussed, with emphasis on the design of the implant-supported prosthesis.
http://www.gotoapro.org/assets/1/7/ACP_AS14_RegBroch_Final_Web.pdf
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