Thursday, September 29th 2016 6:06AM EDT

Rome Practical Course

During this comprehensive didactic and clinical observation program, participants will attend lectures and observe live implant placement surgeries and restorative techniques. Additional topics will include case selection, postoperative care and treatment of potential complications.

The course is designed to help treatment plan a complication-free implant placement. Participants are invited to bring x-rays and models of their own clinical cases to discuss with the speakers during the course. There is also an opportunity to watch and assist as the instructor places implants on live patients.

Combine the course with a weekend stay in the Eternal City!

 

CURRICULUM:

  • Live patient care
  • Bicon surgical and restorative techniques
  • Preoperative and postoperative planning
  • Discussion and case review

Audience: Surgical and restorative clinicians
Location: Carmadent, Via Dei Gracchi 285 00192 Rom, Italien
Time: 10:00am – 18:00pm
Speaker: Prof. Dr. Mauro Marincola
Language: English
Tuition: 590,– € plus VAT (price includes welcome dinner and lunch)
CE Credits: 9 hours

Course limited to 6 attendees

 

Contact: Bicon Europe Ltd.
e-mail: Germany@bicon.com

 

Course Date
RPC-1605 October 8, 2016
RPC-1606 November 12, 2016
RPC-1607 December 17, 2016

 

 

Cisterna Lab Technician Course

The Lab Technicians Course will focus on the production of CAD/CAM metal-free TRINIA™ prostheses. The TRINIA™ structure can either be used with a hybrid ceramic (polyceramic) bonded indirectly to the bar, or with conventional denture teeth bonded to the bar. Because of Bicon’s 360˚ of abutment positioning, clinical chair time is significantly reduced for fixed prostheses when used with TRINIA™ because the substructure can be used as a seating jig for the abutments.

Additional restorative options for Bicon implants are also presented, with a particular focus on the fabrication of the Integrated Abutment Crown™ (IAC). The Integrated Abutment Crown™ is a screw-free, cement-free and gap-free restoration. With the IAC, the practitioner receives an easy-to-use single unit abutment and crown from the technician, so there is no risk of excess cement residue.

 

CURRICULUM:

  • Overview of Bicon’s prosthetic options
  • TRINIA™ techniques
  • Integrated Abutment Crown™ (IAC) techniques
  • Abutment selection and preparation

Audience: Surgical and restorative clinicians
Location: Dante Alighieri 19 A 04012 Cisterna di Latina, Italy
Time: 10:00am – 18:00pm
Speaker: Angelo Paolo Perpetuini, Master Dental Technician
Language: English
Tuition: 300,– € plus VAT (price includes welcome dinner and lunch)
CE Credits: 9 hours

Course limited to 6 attendees

 

Contact: Bicon Europe Ltd.
e-mail: Germany@bicon.com

 

Course Date
TBA