Saturday, February 16th 2019 12:37PM EST

Introduction to Bicon’s Restorative Techniques

SINCE 1985 Bicon's simple approach to implant dentistry has been successfully utilized by clinicians throughout the world. This lecture will cover the fundamental clinical aspects of Bicon SHORT® Implants and introduce you to its innovative restorative techniques.

Restorative options for Bicon implants will be presented, including the innovative Integrated Abutment Crown™ (IAC). The IAC is a screw-free, cement-free, and gap-free restoration. With the IAC, the practitioner receives an easy-to-use, single unit unified abutment and crown from the technician, so there is no risk of excess cement residue — or any cement residue at all!

Additionally, because of Bicon's 360˚ of abutment positioning, clinical chairtime is significantly reduced for fixed prostheses when used with TRINIA®, a metal-free CAD/CAM fiber resin framework.



  • Introduction to the unique design and benefits of Bicon SHORT® Implants
  • Restorative techniques for both straightforward and challenging cases, including abutment selection, impression techniques, temporization, and intraoral and extraoral cementation
  • Fixed on SHORT® full-arch restorations on four implants using TRINIA® metal-free CAD/CAM restorations
  • Solutions and techniques that can significantly reduce chairtime, complexity, and costs

Audience: New and experienced implant clinicians and lab technicians
Date: TBA
3:00 - 7:00pm
Tuition: FREE!
CE Credits: 4 hours
Lecturer: Dr. Drauseo Speratti

Note: Light refreshments will be served.