Tag Archives: Plateau Design

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Implant Design and Related Bone Response

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In this presentation, Dr. Coelho will present his research and perspective on the factors attributing to the histology and findings of bone gain around fin and plateau designed implant systems.

Paulo G. Coelho, DDS, Ph.D
Assistant Professor of Biomaterials and Biomimetics, Director for Research, Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, New York University

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Clinical Evidence of the Bicon Implant

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In this lecture, Dr. Urdaneta will present a series of clinical cases showing the positive effects of the Bicon locking taper implant and its use in a combination of therapies to increase bone and improve patient acceptance.

Rainier Urdaneta, DMD
Private Practice, Boston, Massachusetts

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Clinical Evidence of Bone Gain around Bicon Implants

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Rainier Urdaneta, DMD

Private Prosthodontic Practice

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Why I Need Bicon SHORT® Implants

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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

Introduction by:

William H. Bell, DDS, AAOMS Life Fellow • Stowe, VT

New York University • University of Texas
Clinical Professor, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, University of Texas
Adjunct Professor, Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery, New York University

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Histology of Bone Around Bicon Implants

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Paulo G. Coelho, DDS, Ph.D

New York University
Assistant Professor of Biomaterials and Biomimetics, Director for Research, Department of Periodontology and Implant Dentistry

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The History of The Bicon Design

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The Bicon System has its origins dating back to 1968. Initial research was conducted at Battelle Memorial Institute in Columbus, Ohio by Thomas Driskell. The original implant design of Mr. Driskell used high density aluminum oxide as the implant material. In 1981, Driskell introduced an implant named Titanodont which was made from titanium alloy. Then, in 1985, he perfected his titanium implant design by patenting the DB Precision Implant, which is known today as the Bicon Dental Implant System. Whether Driskell knew it or not at the time he developed this implant system, his design coupled with the clinical support of Bicon has come to revolutionize implant dentistry by offering the innovations of SHORT® Implants, Integrated Abutment Crowns™, SynthoGraft™, and TRINIA™ and more.

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Introduction to Bicon SHORT® Implants

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This video provides an introduction to Bicon SHORT® Implants, their history, the science behind their design, and how they can maximize implant placement possibilities and minimize the need for grafting procedures.

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Implantes Dentales Cortos: ¿El Tamaño Realmente Importa?

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En esta video conferencia, el Dr. Bill Schaeffer de Londres, Inglaterra habla sobre implantes cortos, por qué funcionan, y las ventajas exclusivas que ellos ofrecen al clínico. El Dr. Schaeffer también hace referencia a la literatura y comenta sus experiencias de primera mano con implantes cortos.

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Dr.Bill Schaeffer의 Short Implant 비디오특강 다운받기

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In this video lecture with a Korean voiceover, 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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SHORT® Dental Implants: Does Size Really Matter?

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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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