Implant dentistry, which many consider to be difficult, becomes a simple and predictable treatment with the Bicon system. Two factors make this possible; simple implant placement techniques and a simple prosthetic design involving only one component.

Different types of implants appear to yield similar results with regards to Osseointegration. However, the retention of the prosthetic abutments has been primarily with the use of screws. Under masticator forces these screws get loose and in many instances, even break.

The Bicon Dental Implant is the only system that uses a locking taper mechanism to hold the abutment to the implant without screws. The locking taper uses a 1.5º taper cylindrical post in the abutment, that when tapped into a corresponding tapered hole in the implant will frictionally lock into place. This leads to the use of a conventional fixed prosthesis reducing chair side time, and laboratory costs to a minimum.



In this section you'll find some techniques offered by Bicon:

1- Comparison between Bicon and Conventional Implant.
2- Clinical view of Bicon Abutment.
3- Histological study of Hard and Soft tissues surrounding Bicon Implant.
4- Two Stage Surgery Implant Insertion Technique.
5- Two Stage Surgery Implant Uncovering Technique with Final Abutment.
6- One Stage Surgery Implant Insertion Technique.
7- One Stage Surgery Implant Uncovering Technique.