Introduction to Bicon SHORT® Implants

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 surgical and restorative techniques.

The clinical reality is that many potential implant patients have limited bone height. When placing longer implants, the maxillary sinus and inferior alveolar nerve often present risks and challenges. Although bone grafting procedures may be performed to gain bone height, patients may still avoid treatment because of the financial costs, inherent risks, and time of these procedures. Bicon SHORT® Implants afford simpler and consistently more predictable treatments, which can significantly increase a patient’s acceptance of implant treatment.



Curriculum Includes:

  • Introduction to the unique design and benefits of SHORT® Implants
  • Surgical and restorative techniques for straightforward and challenging cases
  • Presentation of clinical cases featuring SHORT® Implants
  • 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
Date: Varies
Tuition: FREE!
CE Credits: 4 hours
Lecturer: Dr. Drauseo Speratti

Light refreshments will be served.



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