Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 13:43

Would Prof. Marincola do the procedure personally?

Dear Patient,

I hope this message finds you well. I understand you have concerns about replacing the missing tooth and the associated costs. I also appreciate your desire to regain your confidence when smiling. I am writing to provide detailed information on the ultrashort BICON implant procedure that I specialize in, and the benefits it offers to patients like yourself.

**3D Intraoral Scanning**

The first step of the process involves a 3D Intraoral Scan. This advanced scanning technology allows us to create an accurate digital map of your mouth and the area where the implant will be placed. The scan is painless and gives us a detailed view of the oral structures.

**3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) Scan**

Next, we perform a 3D DVT scan. This is a form of X-ray that provides 3D images of your mouth, including your teeth, soft tissues, nerve pathways, and bone. It allows us to plan the implant placement with precision, reducing the risk of complications.

**3D Virtual Implant Planning**

After collecting all necessary data, we will carry out a 3D Virtual Implant Planning. We use a special software to virtually position the implant, taking into account the condition of your oral structures and your aesthetic expectations. This step aims to ensure optimal results.

**3D Surgical Implant Navigation**

The final step of the procedure is the 3D Surgical Implant Navigation. It involves the precise placement of the implant using minimally invasive techniques, guided by the plan made beforehand. The procedure is typically carried out under local anaesthesia, and optionally, sedation.

BICON ultrashort implants have several advantages that suit your situation. They reduce the need for bone grafting, are less invasive, shorten the treatment span, and are cost-effective. They also potentially lower risk of complications.

As you have a single missing tooth, the placement process should be straightforward. The implant will be tapped into the bone, rather than screwed in. This method provides a more stable ‘grip’ into the bone, ensuring better results.

The surgical procedure is designed to be as least traumatic as possible. It is done under local anesthesia and takes about one to two hours. Two follow-up visits are recommended 24 and 48 hours after surgery.

Three months after the implant placement, a second appointment will be necessary to attach the prosthetic component. This is when you’ll be able to try on a replica and discuss any desired aesthetic modifications.

A third appointment is scheduled three days after the impression-taking for final corrections. The final prosthetic is inserted 48 hours later.

The cost of the procedure varies between 12.000€ and 20.000€, depending on the number of implants and the type of prosthetic you choose. Given your concerns about the cost, please know that we will work with you to find an affordable solution without compromising the quality of care.

I hope this information has been helpful. I look forward to discussing this further at your convenience.

Kind regards,

**Prof. Dr. Mauro Marincola**

(Text created with artificial intelligence, not vidiert)


– **3D Intraoral Scanning**: A scanning technology that produces a three-dimensional digital image of a patient’s mouth.
– **3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) Scan**: A type of X-ray creating 3D images of oral structures to help in surgical planning.
– **3D Virtual Implant Planning**: A computer-assisted procedure for accurate placement of the dental implant.
– **3D Surgical Implant Navigation**: A minimally invasive technique that uses digitally planned guides for implant placement.
– **Ultrashort BICON implants**: Dental implants that are 8mm or less in length, reducing the need for bone grafting.
– **Prosthetic component**: The crown or artificial tooth that is attached to the dental implant.


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