Bicon short implants

I went to my oral surgeon yesterday to get a consultation for an implant and he recommended something called a Bicon short implant instead of a sinus lift and regular dental implant. He said that I don't have enough bone above my tooth to hold a regular implant so a sinus lift is needed - or we can use the bicon short implants instead. Has anyone ever heard of these or have had any experience with these? Do they hold as well as a regular implant?
Thanks C.

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Bicon Short Implants
by: Dr. Lee

Bicon has a unique "plateau" feature, which is specifically designed for the use of short implants. It has a unique bacterially-sealed, locking taper, implant to abutment connection, which provides for 360° of universal abutment positioning — offering restorative flexibility.

The sloping shoulder of the Bicon implant provides for gingivally aesthetic restorations, because the bone that is maintained over the shoulder of the implant provides support for the gingival growth between the teeth.

Bicon
by: Dr. Leupp

Dr. Lee,
I hope the guy understand the dental jargon of sloping shoulders, 360 degree abutment placement, and gingival growth, but I fear it may be over his head a bit...

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by: Acervd

Well if you have a good sculptor, the results would always be excellent; the same always applies to medical science as well. The more the experience the doctor is the better the output. Take the case of a majority of the people you will see the same. ICD 10 Coding

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by: Acervd

Well if you have a good sculptor, the results would always be excellent; the same always applies to medical science as well. The more the experience the doctor is the better the output. Take the case of a majority of the people you will see the same. ICD 10 Coding

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by: Anonymous

I went on a consultation about a month and a half ago for my 1st upper left pre-molar that was extracted after a failed RCT attempt. When the doctor took the x-ray she said she said I would need to come back to see how much bone healed but most likely I would need a short/hybrid implant. She uses MIS implants. Can any of the doctors here let me know if short implants have a good success rate on the upper molars and if MIS is a good brand?

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by: Steven E. Joyce

Bicon implants are very effective for those who doesn't have enough bone to support the normal implants. The essay writing service suggests that these replacements are safer for those who have less bone density and they can act as great supporters for years to come. Furthermore, there is no need to have constant check-ups about the condition as they can stay intact for a long period of time.

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