The Bicon Short Implant

The Bicon Short Implant

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Morgan, Vincent J. (Ed.)

The Bicon Short Implant
A Thirty-Year Perspective

1st edition 2017
Book
Hardcover, 22,3 x 28,6 cm, 336 pages, 1.800 images
Language: English
Subject: Implantology
Title-No.: 20851
ISBN 978-0-86715-728-4
Quintessence Publishing, USA

Price: 192.00 €

This book is a succinct and accessible compilation of over 30 years of knowledge concerning the Bicon system. It offers not only a history of dental implants and the science of osseointegration but also a vast collection of clinical examples that demonstrate Bicon's capabilities. Bicon implants provide versatile, reliable treatment for a wide variety of clinical situations; they can successfully be placed in atrophic jaws, in sites that would require extensive bone grafting with longer implants, in tissue that has been compromised by medical conditions, and even in adolescent jaws that are still developing. With its proven track record of success, the Bicon system provides treatment opportunities for the benefit of clinicians, technicians, and patients by offering simple, predictable, and effective techniques. With everything from historical and theoretical origins to detailed step-by-step surgical and restorative guides, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in implantology.

Contents
1. The History of Dental Implants
2. Overview of the Bicon System
3. Characteristics of Implant-Abutment Prosthetic Systems: A Paradigm Shift
4. Biologic Response to Dental Implants
5. Engineering Aspects of Bicon Implants
6. The Influence of the Implant-Abutment Interface on Peri-implant Health
7. The Survival of Short Implants
8. Treatment Planning and Basic Procedures
9. Anterior Implant Placement
10. Implant Placement in Adolescents
11. Restorative Techniques
12. Sinus Lift Techniques
13. Ridge Splitting and the Split-Thickness Flap
14. Atrophic Maxillary Ridges
15. Atrophic Mandibular Ridges
16. Factors Affecting Bone Levels and Restorations of Short Implants
17. Implant Placement in Compromised Tissue
18. Bone Voids
19. Bone Regeneration: Materials and Techniques
20. Conclusion
Naslov The Bicon Short Implant
Autor Morgan, Vincent J. (Ed.)
Vrsta Implants
Datum objave Nov 14, 2017
Morgan, Vincent J. (Ed.)

The Bicon Short Implant
A Thirty-Year Perspective

1st edition 2017
Book
Hardcover, 22,3 x 28,6 cm, 336 pages, 1.800 images
Language: English
Subject: Implantology
Title-No.: 20851
ISBN 978-0-86715-728-4
Quintessence Publishing, USA

Price: 192.00 €

This book is a succinct and accessible compilation of over 30 years of knowledge concerning the Bicon system. It offers not only a history of dental implants and the science of osseointegration but also a vast collection of clinical examples that demonstrate Bicon's capabilities. Bicon implants provide versatile, reliable treatment for a wide variety of clinical situations; they can successfully be placed in atrophic jaws, in sites that would require extensive bone grafting with longer implants, in tissue that has been compromised by medical conditions, and even in adolescent jaws that are still developing. With its proven track record of success, the Bicon system provides treatment opportunities for the benefit of clinicians, technicians, and patients by offering simple, predictable, and effective techniques. With everything from historical and theoretical origins to detailed step-by-step surgical and restorative guides, this book is a must-read for anyone interested in implantology.

Contents
1. The History of Dental Implants
2. Overview of the Bicon System
3. Characteristics of Implant-Abutment Prosthetic Systems: A Paradigm Shift
4. Biologic Response to Dental Implants
5. Engineering Aspects of Bicon Implants
6. The Influence of the Implant-Abutment Interface on Peri-implant Health
7. The Survival of Short Implants
8. Treatment Planning and Basic Procedures
9. Anterior Implant Placement
10. Implant Placement in Adolescents
11. Restorative Techniques
12. Sinus Lift Techniques
13. Ridge Splitting and the Split-Thickness Flap
14. Atrophic Maxillary Ridges
15. Atrophic Mandibular Ridges
16. Factors Affecting Bone Levels and Restorations of Short Implants
17. Implant Placement in Compromised Tissue
18. Bone Voids
19. Bone Regeneration: Materials and Techniques
20. Conclusion