Friday, September 21st 2018 10:06AM EDT

Restoration of Poorly Situated Implant

Posted on by Bicon

Because of the 360° universal positioning and locking of the abutment shaft into the well of the implant, it is possible to restore most implants with Bicon Integrated Abutment Crowns™. Since the polyceramic material can be applied below the height of contour and onto the shaft of the abutment, this is a very forgiving technique. Even poorly situated implants can be restored without aesthetic or functional compromise.

RESTORATIVE:

Click on an image to view it larger in a slideshow. Click arrow icons or use keyboard arrow to switch photos. To exit the slideshow, click the X in the upper-right or press ESC.

Click "Switch View" below to change to a layout optimized for printing the case.

Comments are closed.

  • Bicon Case Study Library

    Welcome to the Bicon Case Study Library. The latest Bicon clinical cases will be regularly posted here. There are currently 298 cases containing over 16923 clinical images.
  • Categories

  • Topics

  • Archives