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NEW! History of The Bicon Design Brochure

This new brochure covers the history of the Bicon dental implant design from the early research of Thomas Driskell in 1968, up to our recent innovations including the Guided Surgery System, TRINIA™ metal-free CAD/CAM solution, the Universal Abutment System, and the 20th anniversary of our 5.7mm SHORT® Implant! Continue reading

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Haversian Systems and The Bicon Dental Implant Design

Twenty-three year histological evidence demonstrates direct bone-to-implant contact and multiple Haversian systems throughout. Configurations denote high mechanical properties as in cortical bone.

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Bone Gain and Bicon Dental Implants

The Haversian and cortical-like bone around the Bicon design is unlike the appositional bone around threaded implants and provides for unmatched clinical capabilities. Urdaneta, R.A., Daher, S., Leary J., Emanuel K., Chuang, S.K., Tovar, L.A., Factors Associated with Crestal Bone … Continue reading

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Bicon’s Plateau Design

Bicon’s plateau or fin design offers at least 30% more surface area than a screw implant of the same dimensions and provides for the callus formation of mature, cortical-like, Haversian bone between the plateaus or fins of the implant. Direct … Continue reading

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