THE BICON DESIGN is an example of a time proven geometric design that successfully transfers the occlusal forces on its prosthetics to its surrounding bone by appropriately integrating the following features: a bacterially-sealed, 1.5 degree locking taper abutment to implant connection and a sub-crestally placed, sloping shouldered implant with a plateaued tapered root form body.
When used with the cementless and screwless Integrated Abutment Crown (IAC) restoration, the Bicon implant makes it easier to achieve gingival aesthetics for every case.
Additionally, because of Bicon's 360˚ of abutment positioning, clinical chair time is significantly reduced for fixed prostheses when used with TRINIA, a metal-free CAD/CAM, fiber resin framework.
Audience: New and experienced implant clinicians
Light refreshments will be served.
|SI-1503||February 4, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||Los Angeles, CA||Los Angeles Marriott Burbank Airport|
|SI-1504||February 5, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||San Francisco, CA||The Westin San Francisco Airport|
|SI-1505||April 15, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||Washington D.C.||TBA|
|SI-1506||April 16, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||Mahwah, NJ||TBA|
|SI-1507||May 13, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||Houston, TX||TBA|
|SI-1508||May 14, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||Chicago, IL||TBA|
|SI-1509||October 14, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||Tampa, FL||TBA|
|SI-1510||October 15, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||Atlanta, GA||TBA|
|SI-1511||November 4, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||New Orleans, LA||TBA|
|SI-1512||November 5, 2015||3:00–7:00pm||Phoenix, AZ||TBA|