Tag Archives: Full-Arch


Laboratory and Restorative Techniques

Posted on in Introductory, Techniques

This comprehensive video presents time-proven techniques for restoring Bicon abutments with their 360 degrees of locking taper positioning to achieve unmatched clinical capabilities, such as the extra-oral cementation of crowns using a wide variety of materials. Additionally, techniques and various uses for the metal-free fiber-reinforced hybrid resin CAD/CAM material TRINIA® are shown.


Bicon Free Vascular Graft Meeting – Rome 2022

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On October 15th and 16th in Rome, Italy, Bicon hosted a two-day international forum for clinicians and technicians participating in a 12-year clinical study initiated by Professor Rolf Ewers of Vienna, Austria. This study presented clear evidence that restoring free vascularized fibula and scapula bone grafts with TRINIA® fixed prostheses supported by Bicon SHORT® implants for the mandible and maxilla are efficient and effective treatments for providing both aesthetics and function for patients in need.


Unmatched Clinical Capabilities of TRINIA® – Drs. Vincent J. Morgan and Estevam Bonfante [HD]

Posted on in Webcast Replays, Introductory, Scientific Lectures

On May 27, 2020, Vincent J. Morgan, DMD, and Estevam Bonfante, DDS, MS, Ph. D, co-presented a live webcast discussing TRINIA®, a metal-free ceramic matrix CAD/CAM material.

During the first portion, Dr. Morgan introduces TRINIA® as a fiber-reinforced resin with exceptional clinical capabilities and unique properties, which has been successfully used as a dental CAD/CAM material for over ten years.

In the second portion, Dr. Bonfante of The University of São Paulo, Bauru College of Dentistry, Department of Prosthodontics, discusses the challenges of current restorative materials for both short and long-span prostheses and the conclusions of the EAO’s 2018 consensus report, about the unacceptable fracture rates of ceramics. Dr. Bonfante concludes that there is not only an opportunity but also a real need for novel metal-free CAD/CAM restorative materials such as TRINIA®.

During the conclusion, Dr. Morgan presents multiple real-world clinical cases exemplifying TRINIA’s unmatched clinical capabilities and its potential to revolutionize restorative dentistry. He demonstrates that with TRINIA®, patient satisfaction can be achieved with less time, fewer clinical appointments, greater flexibility, and significant financial benefits for both you and your patients.


The Logic of Bicon – Dr. Vincent J. Morgan [HD]

Posted on in Webcast Replays, Introductory, Scientific Lectures

On May 6, 2020, Dr. Vincent J. Morgan presented a live webcast discussing the driving principles behind the Bicon design: simplicity, predictability, profitability — and most importantly the logic! Whether you are new to Bicon or have been using Bicon for years, his presentation is not to be missed.


Bicon SHORT® Implants and TRINIA® on Three

Posted on in Scientific Lectures

In this video, Rolf Ewers, MD, DMD, Ph.D. discusses the revolutionary TRINIA® on Three technique and its long-term results. After experiencing over six years of reliable results with full-arch TRINIA® prostheses supported by four SHORT® Implants, he decided to modify the study design in 2016 to follow full-arch TRINIA® prostheses supported by only three 4.0 x 5.0mm SHORT® Implants. He attributes their success to the exceptional clinical capabilities of Bicon SHORT® Implants and the unique properties of the non-rigid metal-free TRINIA® CAD/CAM material.


Laboratory Techniques for Full-Arch TRINIA® Prostheses

Posted on in Techniques

The unique benefits of a full-arch TRINIA® prosthesis are evident, for both you and your patients. In order to achieve clinical success, certain techniques must be followed in the lab. This video provides an overview of those practical techniques.


Full-Arch Telescopic TRINIA® Prostheses

Posted on in Case Studies

Join Dr. Laura Murcko for a comprehensive video case study demonstrating the clinical and laboratory procedures for the fabrication of maxillary and mandibular full-arch telescopic TRINIA® restorations in only three clinical visits.