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Unmatched Clinical Capabilities of TRINIA® – Drs. Vincent J. Morgan and Estevam Bonfante [HD]

Posted on in Webcast Replays, Introductory, Scientific Lectures

On May 27, 2020, Vincent J. Morgan, DMD, and Estevam Bonfante, DDS, MS, Ph. D, co-presented a live webcast discussing TRINIA®, a metal-free ceramic matrix CAD/CAM material.

During the first portion, Dr. Morgan introduces TRINIA® as a fiber-reinforced resin with exceptional clinical capabilities and unique properties, which has been successfully used as a dental CAD/CAM material for over ten years.

In the second portion, Dr. Bonfante of The University of São Paulo, Bauru College of Dentistry, Department of Prosthodontics, discusses the challenges of current restorative materials for both short and long-span prostheses and the conclusions of the EAO’s 2018 consensus report, about the unacceptable fracture rates of ceramics. Dr. Bonfante concludes that there is not only an opportunity but also a real need for novel metal-free CAD/CAM restorative materials such as TRINIA®.

During the conclusion, Dr. Morgan presents multiple real-world clinical cases exemplifying TRINIA’s unmatched clinical capabilities and its potential to revolutionize restorative dentistry. He demonstrates that with TRINIA®, patient satisfaction can be achieved with less time, fewer clinical appointments, greater flexibility, and significant financial benefits for both you and your patients.

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The Logic of Bicon – Dr. Vincent J. Morgan [HD]

Posted on in Webcast Replays, Introductory, Scientific Lectures

On May 6, 2020, Dr. Vincent J. Morgan presented a live webcast discussing the driving principles behind the Bicon design: simplicity, predictability, profitability — and most importantly the logic! Whether you are new to Bicon or have been using Bicon for years, his presentation is not to be missed.

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Guided Surgery에 의한 Internal Sinus Lift와 2회 수술법에 의한 5.0 x 6.0mm Bicon SHORT® Implant 식립 (상악 우측 제 1 대구치) 및 Integrated Abutment Crown™ (IAC)에 의한 보철 수복

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Guided Surgery에 의한 Internal Sinus Lift와 2회 수술법에 의한 5.0 x 6.0mm Bicon SHORT® Implant 식립 (상악 우측 제1 대구치) 및 Integrated Abutment Crown™ (IAC)에 의한 보철 수복 증례를 소개합니다. Guided Surgery는 5.0 x 5.0mm Implant를 Sinus Lift로 식립할 때 천공 위험 최소화 및 Internal Sinus Lift를 이용한 5.0 x 6.0mm Bicon SHORT® Implant 의 식립을 수월하게 하기 위하여 고안된 술식입니다. Guided Surgery Reamer를 5.0mm Guide Ring을 통과하며 순차적으로 사용함으로써 원하는 깊이만큼 와동을 형성하며, 6.0mm implant 식립을 위한 Internal Sinus Lift를 시행합니다. 또한 1주일, 9개월 및 5년 경과의 Follow-up 이미지를 보실 수 있습니다.

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상악 및 하악의 Telescopic 보철물 제작과 장착 -바이콘 SHORT® Implants 와 Universal Abutment Coping 사용-

Posted on in International, Korean

68세 남성, 상하악 각각 2개의 4.5×8.0mm 와 2개의 5.0×6.0mm 바이콘 SHORT® Implants 와 Universal Abutment Coping으로 지지되는 Telescopic 보철물 제작과 장착을 위한 임상 기법

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Vervaardigen en plaatsen van een TRINIA® telescoopprothese in boven- en onderkaak met universele abutmentkapjes op Bicon SHORT® Implants

Posted on in International, Dutch

Deze video toont de klinische procedures voor het vervaardigen en plaatsen van een TRINIA® telescoopprothese in de boven- en onderkaak van een 68-jarige man, met universele abutmentkapjes op twee 4,5 x 8,0 mm en twee 5,0 x 6,0 mm Bicon SHORT® Implants.

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Colocación en dos etapas de un implante corto Bicon de 5.0 x 6.0 mm con la técnica de elevación interna de seno mediante cirugía guiada en un primer molar superior derecho y su posterior restauración con un IAC

Posted on in International, Spanish

Este caso clínico muestra la colocación en dos fases de un implante corto Bicon de 5.0×6.0mm con la técnica de elevación interna de seno en un primer molar maxilar derecho y su posterior restauración con un IAC (CIP Corona Integrada al Pilar). Se optó por realizar una cirugía guiada para minimizar el riesgo de perforación sinusal y agilizar la colocación de un implante corto bicon de 5.0 x 6.0 mm con un procedimiento de elevación interna de seno. La osteotomía se profundizó utilizando incrementalmente las fresas de cirugía guiada a través del anillo guía de 5.0 mm hasta llegar a la altura del implante escogido de 6.0 mm. Además, se muestran imágenes de seguimiento de una semana, nueve meses y cinco años.

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Fabrication et insertion d’une prothèse télescopique maxillaire et mandibulaire TRINIA® avec coiffes de pilier universel sur des implants courts Bicon

Posted on in International, French

Cette vidéo montre les procédures cliniques pour la fabrication et l’insertion d’une prothèse télescopique maxillaire et mandibulaire TRINIA® avec coiffes de pilier universel sur deux implants courts Bicon 4,5 x 8,0 mm et deux implants courts 5,0 x 6,0 mm, pour un patient masculin de 68 ans.

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Pose en deux temps d’un implant court Bicon 5,0 x 6,0 mm avec une élévation sinusale interne par chirurgie guidée pour une première molaire maxillaire droite et sa restauration avec une couronne à pilier intégré (IAC™)

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Cette vidéo montre la pose en deux temps d’un implant court Bicon 5,0 x 6,0 mm avec une élévation sinusale interne par chirurgie guidée dans la zone d’une première molaire maxillaire droite et sa restauration avec une couronne à pilier intégré (IAC™). La mise en place par chirurgie guidée a été conçue pour un implant de 5,0 x 5,0 mm afin de minimiser le risque de perforation du sinus et d’accélérer la pose de l’implant court Bicon 5,0 x 6,0 mm avec une élévation sinusale interne. L’approfondissement de l’ostéotomie se fait avec des forets d’alésage progressivement plus longs insérés dans une bague de guidage 5,0 mm jusqu’à l’atteinte de la profondeur de l’ostéotomie et l’élévation sinusale prévues pour l’implant de 6,0 mm. En outre, des images de suivi à une semaine, neuf mois et cinq ans sont fournies.

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Bicon SHORT® Implants and TRINIA® on Three

Posted on in Scientific Lectures

In this video, Rolf Ewers, MD, DMD, Ph.D. discusses the revolutionary TRINIA® on Three technique and its long-term results. After experiencing over six years of reliable results with full-arch TRINIA® prostheses supported by four SHORT® Implants, he decided to modify the study design in 2016 to follow full-arch TRINIA® prostheses supported by only three 4.0 x 5.0mm SHORT® Implants. He attributes their success to the exceptional clinical capabilities of Bicon SHORT® Implants and the unique properties of the non-rigid metal-free TRINIA® CAD/CAM material.

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Materials for Long Span Implant-Supported Reconstructions: An Alternative to Existing Survival Issues

Posted on in Scientific Lectures

In this video, Dr. Estevam Bonfante, DDS, MS, Ph.D. of University of São Paulo, Bauru College of Dentistry, Department of Prosthodontics discusses the challenges of current restorative materials for both short and long-span prostheses, as well as a classification system for all-ceramic and ceramic-like materials and the EAO 2018 conclusions about the unacceptable fracture rates of ceramics. Dr. Bonfante concludes that there is not only an opportunity, but also a real need for novel metal-free restorative materials such as TRINIA®, a fiber-reinforced CAD/CAM material.