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Immediate Placement of Bicon Implants in Molar Extraction Sites

Posted on in Techniques

In this video, Dr. Drauseo Speratti discusses techniques to place a Bicon implant in a molar extraction sites.

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SHORT® Dental Implants: Does Size Really Matter? [HD]

Posted on in Introductory, Scientific Lectures

ALL-NEW AND UPDATED FOR 2015! In this video lecture, Dr. Bill Schaeffer of London, England discusses short implants, why they work, and the unique advantages they offer to the clinician. Dr. Schaeffer also conducts a review of literature and discusses his first-hand experiences with short implants.

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Clinical Capabilities of the Bicon 3.0 x 6.0mm NARROW® Implant

Posted on in Case Studies

In this video, Dr. Laura Murcko discusses the clinical capabilities of the Bicon 3.0 x 6.0mm NARROW® Implant. She discusses recommendations for success and presents multiple clinical cases for review.

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Digital Dentistry: Bicon Universal Abutments and Scan Posts

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This video introduces Bicon’s Universal Abutments and Scan Posts as two enhancements to facilitate digital dentistry techniques. It also demonstrates the practical use of the Scan Posts in a clinical case study.

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Abutment Removal Techniques

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In this video, Dr. Drauseo Speratti discusses the proper techniques to remove a seated abutment. He covers both the Tapping Method and the Twist & Pull Method, as well as the reason for having two different methods.

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Full-Arch Telescopic TRINIA® Prostheses

Posted on in Case Studies

Join Dr. Laura Murcko for a comprehensive video case study demonstrating the clinical and laboratory procedures for the fabrication of maxillary and mandibular full-arch telescopic TRINIA® restorations in only three clinical visits.

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The Implant Book was Wrong, Longer is Not Better

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In this video, Dr. Rainier Urdaneta discusses how his practice of implant dentistry changed over the years, once he recognized the merits of using 5.0 and 6.0mm short implants. He was taught to use long implants, but now knows the use of short implants is better. Short implants can avoid the need for bone grafting procedures and their associated morbidity, expense, and pain.

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How Bicon Abutments Can Affect Bone Gain

Posted on in Case Studies

In this video, Dr. Vincent J. Morgan discusses how both the diameter of the hemispherical base and the length of the abutment shaft are factors that can impact bone levels. He goes on to explain how this knowledge was then incorporated into Bicon’s Universal Abutment System.

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Restoring Congenitally Missing Laterals in Adolescent Patients with Bicon

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In this video, Dr. Vincent J. Morgan gives a brief overview of the successful history of restoring congenitally missing laterals in adolescent patients with the Bicon Dental Implant System. In addition, he discusses just how easy it is to intraorally lengthen a Bicon restoration to compensate for the continued eruption of natural teeth over time.

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Why I Need Bicon SHORT® Implants [HD]

Posted on in Scientific Lectures

Follow Prof. DDr. Rolf Ewers on his journey to find a solution for building bone reliably — after 40 years of searching. After initial disbelief, he has come to the conclusion that maybe “less is more”, especially more for the patient.

Rolf Ewers, MD, DMD, Ph.D.

Medical University of Vienna
Professor and former Chairman, University Hospital for Cranio Maxillofacial and Oral Surgery, Medical University of Vienna
Director, CMF-Institute of Vienna for Cranio Maxillofacial and Oral Rehabilitation and Telemedicine