Surgical and Prosthetic Principles

The Bicon Institute’s Surgical and Prosthetic Principles course provides a comprehensive overview of dental implants and the Bicon Dental Implant System, its components, procedures, and expected treatment outcomes. This three-day program will cover the fundamental clinical aspects of implant placement and restorations, and help you to profitably incorporate dental implants into your practice.

“I initially did not venture into implants because of the technical problems with the attachments and abutments of others systems. However, Bicon’s prosthetic end is clean, easy, and quick. Conventional dental skills are all that are required to fabricate a prosthesis. No screws or special wrenches are needed. The simplicity of the system has had an enormous impact on the cost of implants to patients. Despite the fact that the Bicon design has remained unchanged since 1985, this really is the next generation of implantology. Bicon has taught me how to do implants. They can teach you as well!”

John Rhicard | General Dentist • South Hadley, MA


  • Review of anatomical, surgical, and prosthetic principles
  • Introduction to the unique design and benefits of short implants
  • Two-stage, one-stage, and immediate stabilization and function surgical procedures
  • Single tooth and overdenture restorations
  • Keys to success

Audience: Surgical and restorative clinicians
Time: 8:00am–5:00pm
Tuition: $1,900.00
Class Size: Limited to 40
CE Credits: 25 hours

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