11. 08. 2022. 18:10

Video Presentations

20y seal 175px jpg The following lectures were presented at the 2005 Bicon World Symposium, celebrating 20 years of the Bicon design. To view more video presentations form the symposium, click here. 

 

» The Bicon Short Implant: Introduction, Rationale, and Technique

 
shd vid icon smShadi Daher, DMD
Boston University
Assistant Clinical Professor, Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery
School of Dental Medicine

 

» Long Term Survival Results of Bicon Implants Including Bicon's 6.0 x 5.7mm Implant

 
skc vid icon smSung-Kiang Chuang, MS, DMD, MPh, MD, ScM, DMSc 
Harvard University
Massachusetts General Hospital
Assistant Professor 
Department of Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery School of Dental Medicine

 

» Biomaterials, Biomechanics, Tissue Healing of Fin and Plateau Designed Implants

 
jl vid icon smDr. Jack E. Lemons
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Professor and Director of Laboratory Surgical Research
Department of Prosthodontics and Biomaterials
Division of Orthopaedic Surgery

 

» Crown-Implant Ratio: Not a Factor with the Bicon System

 
js vid icon smDr. John Schulte
University of Minnesota
Associate Professor
Division of Prosthodontics
Department of Restorative Sciences

 

» Finite Element Analysis of Various Implant Designs Including Bicon’s 
6.0mm x 5.7mm Implant

 
sm vid icon smSinan Müftü, Ph.D.
Northeastern University
Associate Professor
Computational Mechanics and Biomechanics Laboratory

 

» A Bacterially Sealed Implant-Abutment Connection: An In Vitro Evaluation

 
sd vid icon sm jpgDr. Serge Dibart
Boston University
Clinical Director
Post-Doctoral Periodontology

 

» The Bicon Design: Offering Unique Clinical Capabilities

 
rc vid icon smDr. Robert Chapman
Tufts University
Chairman of the Department of Prosthodontics and Operative Dentistry
School of Dental Medicine

 

» 20 Years of Clinical Success with the Bicon Design

 
bg vid icon smDr. William Grippo
University of California at San Francisco
Associate Clinical Professor
Division of Periodontology