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Atrophic Maxillary Ridge

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The telescopic restoration solves for many clinicians and patients the perplexing situation of restoring the atrophic maxilla; the ease with which it is done with Bicon implants is all made possible by the 360° of universal positioning of the Bicon abutment shaft and the absence of any type of abutment screw. The fact that the Bicon abutment can be milled to act as the primary crown not only reduces a clinician’s chairtime and costs but also enhances aesthetics, since a milled Bicon abutment is not as bulky as a primary casting cemented onto a screw retained implant abutment.

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