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Maxillary Molar

Posted on in All-Ceramic Crowns, Restorative

All-ceramic crown restoration of a single maxillary molar using a Bicon aluminum oxide sleeve.

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Two Implants and Two Crowns in Two Patient Visits

Posted on in All-Ceramic Crowns, Immediate Stabilization and Function, Restorative, SHORT® Implants

The placement and predictably aesthetic restoration of two Bicon implants in only two patient visits is facilitated by the use of an abutment shoulder gauge and two Bicon aluminum oxide sleeves.

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Two Cementations

Posted on in All-Ceramic Crowns, Restorative

The ease of restoring a bicuspid and molar implant with all-ceramic crowns using aluminum oxide sleeves is demonstrated. During the first patient visit two teeth were extracted and two implants were placed into the extraction sites. An impression recording the relative position of the implants was made. Using one piece acrylic sleeves transitional crowns were fabricated for the immediate stabilization and function of the implants. The following slides depict the second and final patient visit for the placement and restoration of two implants.

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Restoration of Maxillary Bicuspid

Posted on in Integrated Abutment Crowns™, Restorative

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™.

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Lab and Clinical Technique

Posted on in Integrated Abutment Crowns™, Restorative

This case demonstrates the lab and clinical technique for Bicon’s innovative Integrated Abutment Crowns™

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Extra-oral Cementation and Minimal Space

Posted on in All-Ceramic Crowns, Restorative

The aesthetic restoration of a congenitally missing lateral incisor with only 5.0mm of mesio-distal space is facilitated by the extra-oral cementation of an all-ceramic crown onto a 3.5mm Bicon stealth shouldered abutment.

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Restoration of Poorly Situated Implant

Posted on in Integrated Abutment Crowns™, Restorative

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.

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Nine Unit Mandibular Bridge 14-Year Follow-Up

Posted on in Bridges, Restorative

Restoration of six Bicon implants with a nine unit telescopic porcelain fused to metal bridge with a seven-year follow-up evaluation. This case demonstrates the ease of clinical use and the long-term reliability of the Bicon implant.

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Single Molar

Posted on in All-Ceramic Crowns, Restorative

Restoration of a single mandibular molar demonstrates how the use of a shoulder depth gauge and an aluminum oxide sleeve facilitates the predictability and execution of aesthetic all-ceramic crowns.

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Eleven Unit Maxillary Arch

Posted on in All-Ceramic Crowns, Restorative

Restoration of eleven implants with Bicon aluminum oxide sleeves demonstrates the facility with which affordable all-ceramic crown restorations can be done. Restorative flexibility and ease is possible because of the versatility of the 360° universal positioning of Bicon abutments.

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