Tag Archives: CAD/CAM

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NEW! My Journey from Augmentation to TRINIA®, a Non-Rigid Metal-Free CAD/CAM Material

Posted on in Scientific Lectures

Join Rolf Ewers, MD, DMD, Ph.D. on his journey with TRINIA®, a fiber-reinforced resin CAD/CAM material, as his views evolved over time — from using and enjoying multiple bone grafting techniques to avoiding grafting completely by using a non-rigid material and shorter implants. He examines how TRINIA® can further expand the clinical capabilities of Bicon SHORT® Implants — on four, three, and even one implant. After nine years of real-world experience and multiple long-term clinical studies, Prof. DDr. Ewers concludes that “less is more”!

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NEW! Изготовление и установка протезов из TRINIA® с телескопической фиксацией на универсальных абатментах на верхнюю и нижнюю челюсть с опорой на короткие имплантаты Bicon

Posted on in International, Russian

В данном видео показана клиническая методика изготовления и установки протезов из TRINIA с телескопической фиксацией на универсальных абатментах на верхнюю и нижнюю челюсть. Каждый протез фиксируется на 4 опорных коротких имплантата Bicon, два размером 4,5 х 8,0 мм и два размером 5,0 х 6,0 мм. Пациенту 68 лет.

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フルマウスのテレスコピックトリニア補綴の作成からセットまで・ユニバーサルアバットメントコーピングとBicon ショートインプラント。

Posted on in International, Japanese

トリニアテレスコピック補綴・ユニバーサルアバットメントのフルマウス臨床例を紹介します。
68歳 男性 インプラントのサイズは4.5 x 8.0mm, 5.0 x 6.0 mm。

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Two-Stage Placement of a 5.0 x 6.0mm Bicon SHORT® Implant with an Internal Sinus Lift using Guided Surgery for a Maxillary Right First Molar and its Restoration with an IAC

Posted on in Case Studies, Techniques

This case study video demonstrates the two-stage placement of a 5.0 x 6.0mm Bicon SHORT® Implant with an internal sinus lift procedure using guided surgery for a maxillary right first molar and its restoration with an Integrated Abutment Crown™ (IAC). The guided surgery placement was designed for a 5.0 x 5.0mm implant in order to minimize the risk of sinus perforation and expedite the placement of the 5.0 x 6.0mm Bicon SHORT® Implant with an internal sinus lift procedure. The osteotomy was then deepened using incrementally longer Guided Surgery Reamers through the 5.0mm Guide Ring until the length of the intended osteotomy and sinus elevation was achieved for the 6.0mm implant. In addition, one-week, nine-month, and five-year follow-up images are provided.

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Fabricating and Inserting a Maxillary and a Mandibular Telescopic TRINIA® Prosthesis with Universal Abutment Copings on Bicon SHORT® Implants

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This case study video demonstrates the clinical techniques for fabricating and inserting a maxillary and a mandibular telescopic TRINIA® prosthesis with Universal Abutment copings each supported by two 4.5 x 8.0mm and two 5.0 x 6.0mm Bicon SHORT® Implants for a sixty-eight-year-old male patient.

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Computer Guided Surgery Using Bicon Implants

Posted on in Techniques

This video offers a comprehensive overview of the benefits, risks, limitations, methods, and techniques of guided surgery with Bicon implants. Following a brief introduction by Dr. Vincent J. Morgan, Dr. Hesham Marei presents his conservative, yet realistic approach to guided surgery, showing the many advantages, but, more importantly, their associated limitations and risks — as well as the sources of these potential issues. After Dr. Marei’s presentation, Dr. Morgan offers his closing remarks and presents three case studies demonstrating how guided surgery can be beneficial for both clinicians unfamiliar with the Bicon implant system and for experienced clinicians as well.

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My Evolving Views on Bicon SHORT® Implants After Using Them Extensively for Eight Years – Prof. DDr. Rolf Ewers [HD]

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Please join Rolf Ewers, MD, DMD, Ph.D. on his journey with Bicon SHORT® Implants as his views have evolved over time — from initial disbelief to using them extensively for over eight years. Prof. DDr. Ewers also considers how Bicon’s bacterial seal, double platform switching, screwless locking-taper connection, slow drilling at 50RPM, callus bone healing principle, and Haversian-like bone morphology result in unmatched clinical capabilities. He also examines how TRINIA® metal-free CAD/CAM fiber-reinforced resin material can further expand the clinical capabilities of Bicon SHORT® Implants. After multiple long-term clinical studies, Prof. DDr. Ewers concludes that maybe “less is more”.

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Bicon SHORT® Implants, TRINIA, and Telescopic Restorations – Paolo Perpetuini [HD]

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IDC-Italy presents the 1st European Forum On Short Implants at the Teatro Comunale di Ferrara in Ferrara, Italy. Join the master himself — Paolo Perpetuini — for his presentation on why Bicon SHORT® Implants, TRINIA CAD/CAM material, and telescopic restorations can provide the ideal combination for both you and your patients.

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TRINIA®: The Need to Select the Adequate Prosthetic Material – Dr. Vincent Morgan [HD]

Posted on in Scientific Lectures

IDC-Italy presents the 1st European Forum On Short Implants at the Teatro Comunale di Ferrara in Ferrara, Italy. This video features a comprehensive presentation by Dr. Vincent Morgan on TRINIA®, the revolutionary, metal-free CAD/CAM material. Dr. Morgan also shares a wealth of real-world clinical experience with Bicon — this presentation is not to be missed!

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Odontología Digital: Pilares Universales y Poste de Escaneo Bicon

Posted on in International, Spanish

Este video presenta los Pilares Universales y Postes de Escaneo Bicon como dos mejoras para facilitar las técnicas en la odontología digital. También demuestra el uso práctico de los Postes de Escaneo en un caso clínico.