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Dr. Burzin Khan
, the only Indian to be appointed as an IFZI trainer for Basic Implant Phantom Training
Dr. Burzin Khan is the only Indian to be appointed as an IFZI trainer for Basic Implant Phantom Training program by Dr. Manfred Lang.
Dr. Burzin Khan was the only Indian presenting at the Bredent Group Days, South East Europe meeting in Bucharest on ‘Sky is the Limit’, to an absolutely enthralled audience.
Opus Dental Specialities growing from strength to strength each year. Great team work! A big shout out to everyone who has contributed to our success..!
Dr. Burzin Khan and Dr. Florian Obadan along with dental technician, Mr. Danesh Vazifdar held a two-day comprehensive training program comprising of a live surgical demonstration of the Bredent Fast and Fixed Implant Concept – a graft-less solution for the compromised maxilla and mandible on the 19-20 September, 2015 at Opus Dental Specialities, Mumbai.
An international presentation on Implant related treatment options by Dr. Burzin Khan at Bucharest from the 4th-6th November, 2015
Scientists have repaired a badly damaged liver for the first time using liver stem cells. According to them, this could one day mean an end to the need for transplants. The study, published in Nature Cell Biology, mentions it may also fight blindness, Parkinsons disease, and arthritis.