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Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 15:30

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Dear Patient,

Thank you for considering treatment with me. As a specialist in Dental, Oral, and Maxillofacial Surgery, I am dedicated to providing a patient-centered treatment plan that ensures your comfort and satisfaction. This letter will outline a detailed plan, particularly the use of ultrashort BICON implants, which I specialize in.

Our treatment plan involves a standard procedure for computer-guided implantology, which includes 3D Intraoral Scanning, 3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) Scan, 3D Virtual Implant Planning, and 3D Surgical Implant Navigation. These procedures are minimally invasive and ensure precision in implant placement.

I wish to highlight the advantages of ultrashort BICON implants, which are implants that are 8mm or less long:

  • Reduced Need for Bone Grafting: They can often be placed without the need for extensive bone grafting procedures, which are required when there’s insufficient bone to support standard-length implants.
  • Less Invasive: They offer a less invasive option compared to traditional implants, particularly in situations where bone augmentation or sinus lift procedures would normally be required.
  • Shorter Treatment Span: Using ultrashort implants can potentially shorten the treatment span, simplifying the treatment process.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: Ultrashort implants can be more cost-effective as they often avoid additional surgical procedures like bone grafting or sinus lifts.
  • Potential for Lower Risk of Complications: The simplified procedure and reduced need for additional surgical interventions may lead to a lower risk of complications.

Short implants are characterized by a plateau geometry and are not screwed into the bone but tapped into it. This design guarantees a higher contact area between the implant surface and the surrounding bone, resulting in a stable “grip” into the bone. It is important to note that the surgical procedure for Short Implant placement is the least traumatic as possible.

The Surgical Procedure involves three main steps:

First Step

Inserting four to six Short Implants in the upper and/or lower jaw under local anesthesia. This surgery requires one to two hours per jaw, with two follow-up visits recommended 24 hours and 48 hours after surgery.

Second Step

A second appointment three months after the Short Implant placement, where a small incision in the soft tissue is made to affix the prosthetic component. This allows the laboratory to create a stone model based on the implant position.

Third Step

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

The cost per arch varies between 12.000€ and 20.000€, depending on the amount of implants and the type of prosthetic you select.

It is my hope that this letter provides clarity on the treatment plan and invites you to reach out if you have any queries. I look forward to providing you with the best care possible.

Kind regards,

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Glossary

  • 3D Intraoral Scanning: A technique for capturing a digital impression of the teeth and gums using a special scanner.
  • 3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) Scan: An imaging technique that provides detailed 3D images of the mouth and jaw.
  • 3D Virtual Implant Planning: A computer-guided technology that helps plan the position, angle, and depth of dental implant placement prior to surgery.
  • 3D Surgical Implant Navigation: A technique that leverages digital technology to guide the surgical placement of dental implants in the jawbone.
  • BICON: A brand of dental implants, known for their short and plateau design.
  • Bone Grafting: A procedure that involves transplantation of bone tissue to repair and rebuild diseased or damaged bones.
  • Sinus Lift: A dental procedure that adds bone to your upper jaw in the area of your molars and premolars to make it taller.

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Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 14:18

I have a loose upper premolar tooth with little bone

Dear [Patient’s Name],

As a specialist in Dental, Oral, and Maxillofacial Surgery, I am writing to share a detailed and patient-centered treatment plan, adapted to your unique oral health status and requirements. Based on your responses during our initial evaluation, we believe that ultra-short BICON implants present an optimal solution for your loose upper premolar tooth.

Before delving into the specifics of your proposed treatment plan, I would like to provide an overview of ultra-short BICON implants and their associated benefits:

  • Reduced Need for Bone Grafting: Owing to their design, BICON implants can be placed without extensive bone grafting procedures. This makes them particularly suited for cases like yours, where little bone is present.
  • Less Invasive: BICON implants are less invasive than traditional implants, thereby bypassing the need for more extensive bone augmentation or sinus lift procedures.
  • Shorter Treatment Span: The utilization of ultra-short BICON implants can potentially expedite your treatment span, simplifying the overall process.
  • Cost-Effectiveness: These implants can potentially be more cost-effective than traditional implants, as they eliminate the need for additional surgical procedures such as bone grafting or sinus lifts.
  • Potential for Lower Risk of Complications: Simplified procedures and a reduced need for additional surgical interventions may lead to a lower risk of complications.

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Your treatment plan involves a series of steps, each of which is designed to ensure an optimal outcome:

## FIRST STEP
The first step involves the insertion of four to six ultra-short BICON implants in your upper jaw under local anesthesia, with sedation available if requested. This surgical procedure is expected to last one to two hours. We recommend two follow-up visits, scheduled 24 hours and 48 hours post-surgery to monitor your progress. If you currently have a removable prosthetic, it can be re-adjusted two days after surgery.

## SECOND STEP
Three months after your BICON implant placement, we will schedule a second appointment. During this visit, a small incision will be made in the soft tissue, and the prosthetic component will be affixed. This process will help us create a stone model to indicate the implant’s position. You will then have the opportunity to try a replica of the prosthetic and discuss your desired aesthetic modifications with our prosthodontist. You will leave the office with healing abutments to allow for proper healing of the soft tissue surrounding each implant.

## THIRD STEP
The final step takes place three days post-impression-taking. Once again, you will have the chance to try the prosthetic replica and make last-minute aesthetic adjustments. The final prosthetic will be inserted 48 hours later.

One significant advantage of our procedure is that the fixed prosthesis is anchored to the implant abutments with a tight friction system. This mechanism eliminates the need for cementation or screws. If any issue arises with the prosthesis in the future, we can easily remove and rectify it without requiring special devices.

The estimated cost for this treatment ranges between 12.000€ and 20.000€ per arch, depending on the number of implants and the type of prosthetic selected.

We believe that this comprehensive treatment plan offers a timely and effective solution to your oral health concerns. We look forward to working with you and are here to answer any further questions you may have.

Kind regards,

Prof. Dr. Mauro Marincola

**Important Terms:**

  • Ultra-short BICON implants: These are dental implants that measure 8mm or less in length and offer several benefits, including reduced need for bone grafting, less invasiveness, a shorter treatment span, greater cost-effectiveness, and potential for lower risk of complications.
  • Bone Grafting: This is a surgical procedure that uses transplanted bone to repair, rebuild or strengthen bones. It is often necessary in traditional dental implant procedures when there is insufficient natural bone in the mouth.
  • Sinus Lift Procedure: This is a surgery that adds bone to your upper jaw in the area of your molars and premolars to make it taller. It is often done when the sinus wall is very thin and unable to support dental implants.
  • Prosthodontist: This is a dental specialist who designs and fits artificial teeth, including dental implants, bridges, dentures, and other prosthetics.
  • Healing Abutments: These are components that are temporarily attached to the implant during the healing phase. Their purpose is to guide tissue healing and shaping around the implant.

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Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 14:14

Wie lange hält ein BICON Implantat?

Dear Patient,

I hope this letter finds you in good health. I am Prof. Dr. Mauro Marincola, a specialist in Dental, Oral, and Maxillofacial Surgery. I am writing to you regarding your concerns and queries about the dental implant treatment plan, specifically the use of **BICON ultrashort implants**.

Understanding your oral health status, you stated that you have one missing tooth and expressed a need for a solution that allows you to laugh without worries. I am happy to inform you that dental implants, particularly BICON ultrashort implants, are a reliable and effective solution.

### BICON Implants:

BICON ultrashort implants are a revolutionary approach in implantology, offering significant advantages over traditional implant systems. Notably, these implants can often be placed without the need for extensive **bone grafting procedures**, which are required when there’s insufficient bone to support standard-length implants. Furthermore, they offer a **less invasive option** compared to traditional implants, particularly in situations where bone augmentation or sinus lift procedures would normally be required.

### Treatment Plan:

Our standard procedure for computer-guided implantology includes the following steps:

1. **3D Intraoral Scanning**
2. **3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) Scan**
3. **3D Virtual Implant Planning**
4. **3D Surgical Implant Navigation**

These steps ensure a minimally invasive procedure, reducing the risk of complications and ensuring the best possible outcome for the patient.

### Surgical Procedure:

The surgical procedure for BICON ultrashort implant placement is performed under local anesthesia and can be under sedation if requested. A series of follow-up visits will be scheduled, ensuring that the implants are healing properly and effectively.

### Immediate Fitting:

You mentioned that immediate fitting with a crown after tooth extraction is very important to you. Please note that in most cases, it is possible to proceed with immediate loading of a dental implant following tooth extraction. This means you would not have to wait for the implant site to heal before receiving your crown, greatly reducing the treatment span.

### Cost:

The cost of the treatment varies between 12.000€ and 20.000€ per arch, depending on the number of implants and the type of prosthetic selected.

In conclusion, BICON ultrashort implants are a reliable solution to your dental health needs, potentially offering a shorter treatment span, less invasive procedure, and cost-effectiveness.

I hope this information has been useful and has addressed your concerns. If you have any further queries, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Kind regards,

**Prof. Dr. Mauro Marincola**
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### Glossary:

– **BICON ultrashort implants**: Dental implants that are shorter than the standard length. These are not screwed into the bone but tapped into it, providing a stable grip and a higher contact area with the bone.
– **Bone Grafting**: A surgical procedure that uses transplanted bone to repair and rebuild diseased or damaged bones.
– **3D Intraoral Scanning**: A technique that captures direct optical impressions, creating a 3D image of the teeth.
– **3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) scan**: A type of computed tomography scan that provides detailed images of the teeth, jawbone, and surrounding structures.
– **3D Virtual Implant Planning**: A technique that uses 3D imaging to plan the precise position and depth for the placement of the dental implant.
– **3D Surgical Implant Navigation**: A computer-guided surgery technique that provides a 3D visualization of the surgical area to guide the placement of the implant.

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Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 14:00

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**Patient Name**: Anonymous

Dear Patient,

As a specialist in Dental, Oral, and Maxillofacial Surgery, I am writing to provide you with a patient-centered treatment plan for your dental implant procedure. My expertise lies specifically in the domain of ultrashort BICON implants, a highly effective solution for missing teeth.

From your initial assessment, it seems you have several missing teeth and seek a reliable solution that will restore your ability to chew firmly. You have also expressed interest in the possibility of immediate fitting with a crown post-extraction, and you prefer the 3D Implant Navigation method.

Given your specific requirements, I suggest the use of ultrashort BICON implants for your treatment. These implants are characterized by a plateau geometry, which provides a higher contact area between the implant surface and the surrounding bone, ensuring a more stable grip than screw-retained implants. Importantly, they do not require extensive bone grafting procedures, which are often needed for standard-length implants, making the procedure less invasive and more cost-effective.

**The Ultrashort BICON Implant Procedure**

The first step of the procedure involves the placement of four to six ultrashort implants in the upper and/or lower jaw under local anesthesia. This process can take one to two hours per jaw, with sedation available if requested. To monitor your healing, we recommend follow-up visits 24 hours and 48 hours post-surgery. If you currently have a removable prosthetic, it can be readjusted two days after the surgery.

Approximately three months later, once the implants have fully integrated with your bone, we will schedule a second appointment. During this visit, a small incision will be made in the soft tissue to affix the prosthetic component, allowing the laboratory to create a stone model for your final prosthetic.

The final appointment, carried out three days after the impression-taking, will allow for last-minute aesthetic corrections to the prosthetic replica. The final prosthetic is inserted 48 hours later, firmly anchored to the implant abutments with a tight friction system, eliminating the need for cementation or screws.

The estimated cost for this procedure, depending on the number of implants and the type of prosthetic, ranges between 12,000€ and 20,000€ per arch.

**Advantages of Ultrashort BICON Implants**

– Reduced Need for Bone Grafting: Unlike standard-length implants that often necessitate extensive bone grafting procedures, ultrashort BICON implants can usually be placed without such measures.
– Less Invasive: The procedure is less invasive, especially in situations where bone augmentation or sinus lift procedures would otherwise be required.
– Shorter Treatment Span: The treatment process is potentially faster, simplifying your journey to restored oral health.
– Cost-Effectiveness: By avoiding additional surgical procedures like bone grafting or sinus lifts, ultrashort implants can be more cost-effective.
– Potential for Lower Risk of Complications: The simplified procedure and reduced need for additional interventions may result in a lower risk of complications.

I hope this detailed treatment plan provides you with a clearer understanding of the procedure and its benefits. If you have any further questions or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards,

Prof. Dr. Mauro Marincola

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**Glossary**

– **BICON Implants**: A type of dental implant that is shorter than traditional implants and offers several advantages, including a reduced need for bone grafting.
– **3D Implant Navigation**: A surgical method that uses computer-guided technology to plan and execute the implantation of dental implants.
– **Plateau Geometry**: A feature of BICON implants that provides a higher contact area between the implant surface and the surrounding bone, resulting in a more stable grip.
– **Bone Grafting**: A surgical procedure that improves the amount of bone in a patient’s jaw, often required for traditional dental implants.
– **Prosthetic**: An artificial device that replaces a missing part of the body, in this case, a dental prosthetic replaces missing teeth.
– **Impression-Taking**: A step in creating a dental prosthetic where an impression of the patient’s mouth is taken to ensure the prosthetic fits perfectly.
– **Friction System**: A mechanism used to anchor the prosthetic to the implant abutments, eliminating the need for cementation or screws.
– **Abutments**: The component of the dental implant that serves as the base for the dental prosthetic.

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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**

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**Glossary**

– **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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Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 13:25

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Dear Patient,

I hope this letter finds you in good health. As per your query, you have a tooth that needs extraction and you’re interested in a dental implant solution that will allow you to laugh without worries. I understand that the cost of dental treatment is an important factor for you. Therefore, I’d like to introduce you to the BICON ultrashort implants procedure, a cost-effective solution that might be a great fit for your situation.

The BICON system utilizes ultrashort implants that are 8mm or less in length. These implants differ significantly from conventional implants in both design and surgical procedure. They feature a plateau geometry and are not screwed into the bone but tapped into it, offering a greater contact area between the implant surface and the surrounding bone. This ensures better stability and a less traumatic surgical procedure than conventional implants.

The surgical protocol for BICON ultrashort implants consists of several steps:

STEP ONE: The procedure begins with four to six ultrashort implants being inserted into your upper or lower jaw under local anesthesia, and under sedation if requested. The process usually requires one to two hours per jaw, and two follow-up visits are recommended 24 and 48 hours post-surgery.

STEP TWO: Approximately three months after implant placement, a small incision will be made in the soft tissue to affix the prosthetic component, which indicates the implant’s position for the laboratory to create a stone model. You’ll also get a chance to try in a replica of the prosthetic and discuss any desired aesthetic modifications.

STEP THREE: A few days later, you will be able to try in the prosthetic replica again and make any last-minute aesthetic corrections. The final prosthetic is inserted 48 hours after that.

One of the primary advantages of the BICON ultrashort implants is that the fixed prosthesis is anchored to the implant abutments with a tight friction system, eliminating the need for cementation or screws. This means that if anything should happen to the prosthesis in the future, it can be easily removed and fixed without the need for special devices.

The cost for a BICON ultrashort implants procedure varies between 12.000€ and 20.000€ per arch, depending on the number of implants and the type of prosthetic you select.

KEY TERMS:
Ultrashort implants: Dental implants that are 8mm or less in length.
Plateau geometry: A design feature of ultrashort implants that provides a larger contact area with the bone.
Prosthesis: An artificial device that replaces a missing body part. In this case, a dental prosthesis is a device that replaces missing teeth.

I hope this information provides you with a comprehensive understanding of the BICON ultrashort implants procedure and its potential benefits for you. For further questions or to schedule an appointment, please feel free to reach out.

Kind regards,

Prof. Dr. Mauro Marincola

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Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 13:20

Ich möchte gerne wieder alles essen können und auch wieder ungehindert lachen können danke


Sehr geehrte Patientin, sehr geehrter Patient,

vielen Dank für Ihre Fragen und das uns entgegengebrachte Vertrauen. Aus Ihrer Anfrage geht hervor, dass mehrere Zähne extrahiert werden müssen und Sie sich danach eine Lösung wünschen, mit der Sie wieder unbeschwert lachen und essen können. Die Sofortversorgung nach dem Eingriff ist Ihnen sehr wichtig und Sie legen Wert auf eine transparente Kostenaufstellung.

Wir können Ihren Wunsch nach einem strahlenden und funktionalen Lächeln sehr gut nachvollziehen und möchten Ihnen einen individuellen Behandlungsplan vorstellen, der auf modernster Technologie und jahrzehntelanger Erfahrung basiert.

Behandlungsplan

  1. 3D-Diagnosepaket: Um einen genauen Überblick über Ihre aktuelle Zahnsituation zu bekommen, empfehlen wir zunächst unser 3D-Diagnosepaket. Für 180€ erhalten Sie einen oralen optischen 3D-Scan und ein 3D-DVT-Röntgenbild. Mit diesen detaillierten Aufnahmen können wir potenzielle Behandlungsoptionen simulieren und den optimalen Behandlungsplan für Ihre Situation erstellen.
  2. 3D-Intraoral-Scanning: Mithilfe modernster Technologie erstellen wir ein präzises digitales Modell Ihres Mundes. Dies ermöglicht es uns, die Implantate mit höchster Genauigkeit zu platzieren.
  3. 3D-Virtuelle Implantat-Planung: Basierend auf den 3D-Scans planen wir die genaue Position und Größe der Implantate. Dabei berücksichtigen wir sowohl ästhetische als auch funktionale Aspekte.
  4. 3D-Chirurgische Implantat-Navigation: Die von mir entwickelte und erstmals an der Universitätsklinik für Mund-, Kiefer- und Gesichtschirurgie in Wien eingesetzte Methode ermöglicht eine minimal invasive und präzise Platzierung der Implantate. Die Operationsdauer beträgt dabei weniger als 10 Minuten pro Implantat.

Die Kosten für die oben genannten Behandlungsschritte richten sich nach den Autonomen Honorarrichtlinien 2022/2023 der Österreichischen Zahnärztekammer. Für ein Einzelimplantat betragen diese beispielsweise €1.476, für ein individuelles Abutment €280 und für eine Vollkeramikkrone €1.132. Bei umfassenderen Arbeiten stellen wir Ihnen gerne einen individuellen Heilkostenplan auf.

Da Sie eine sofortige Versorgung wünschen und mehrere Zähne ersetzt werden müssen, könnte eine umfassende Sanierung mittels All-on-4 oder All-on-6 Versorgung mit einer Hybridbrücke in Frage kommen. Diese ermöglichen es, bereits am Tag der Implantation fest sitzenden Zahnersatz zu erhalten. Details und Kosten dazu würden wir gerne in einem persönlichen Gespräch mit Ihnen besprechen.

Bei fehlender Knochenstruktur können wir durch biologischen Knochenaufbau mit Concentrated Growth Factors (CGF) oder durch Verwendung von ultrakurzen Implantaten eine geeignete Lösung finden. Die genaue Vorgehensweise ist stark von Ihrer individuellen Situation abhängig und kann nach der Erstellung der 3D-Scans genauer besprochen werden.

Wir hoffen, dass wir Ihnen mit diesem Behandlungsplan eine Lösung bieten können, die Ihren Wünschen und Vorstellungen entspricht. Gerne beantworten wir weitere Fragen und freuen uns auf Ihren Besuch in unserer Praxis.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Dr. med. univ. Michael Truppe
Erfinder der 3D-Implantat-Navigation
Facharzt für Zahn-, Mund- und Kieferheilkunde
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Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 13:01

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Dear Patient,

I hope this message finds you well. I understand that you have a few missing teeth and are considering dental implants to restore your oral function and aesthetics. It’s important to have a clear understanding of the surgical procedure involved to make an informed decision.

3D Surgical Implant Navigation is a state-of-the-art technique that we have to offer here at our clinic for placing dental implants. This method combines 3D Intraoral Scanning, 3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) Scan, 3D Virtual Implant Planning, and 3D Surgical Implant Navigation to create a precise, minimally invasive, and efficient surgical plan for your unique dental needs.

We also offer BICON ultrashort implants, which provide several advantages such as a reduced need for bone grafting, less invasive procedure, shorter treatment span, cost-effectiveness and potential for lower risk of complications.

Let me guide you through the surgical procedure for placing ultrashort implants:

FIRST STEP

Under local anesthesia, four to six ultrashort implants will be inserted in your jaw – upper and/or lower, depending on your specific needs. The complete procedure typically lasts one to two hours per jaw. If you desire, we can also provide sedation. Follow-up visits are usually scheduled 24 hours and 48 hours post-surgery. If you currently use a removable prosthetic, it can be re-adjusted two days after surgery.

SECOND STEP

Three months after the implant placement, we will see you again for a follow-up appointment where a small incision will be made to affix a prosthetic component. This will help us to accurately determine the position of the implant for the laboratory technicians to create a stone model. You will be given an opportunity to try a replica of the prosthetic and make aesthetic adjustments as required. Healing abutments will be used to promote proper healing of the soft tissue around each implant.

THIRD STEP

Your third appointment will be scheduled three days after the impression-taking. You will once again have the chance to try in the prosthetic replica and make any last-minute aesthetic modifications. The final prosthetic is inserted 48 hours later.

The cost for this procedure can range between 12.000€ and 20.000€ per arch, depending upon the number and type of implants and prosthetics used.

By choosing this method, you will also benefit from our unique technique that secures the fixed prosthesis to the implant abutments using a tight friction system. This eliminates the need for cementation or screws, allowing for easier removal and fixing of the prosthesis in the future if required.

I hope this information helps you understand the process and its associated benefits better. Please feel free to reach out if you have any additional questions or concerns.

Kind regards,

Prof. Dr. Mauro Marincola
[LinkedIn](https://www.linkedin.com/in/mauro-marincola-a033b9156/)
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Glossary:

3D Intraoral Scanning: A non-invasive procedure that creates digital 3D models of your teeth and gums.
3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) Scan: A type of X-ray that provides detailed 3D images of the jaw and facial structures.
3D Virtual Implant Planning: A computer-aided process that enables precise planning of implant placement.
3D Surgical Implant Navigation: A technique that guides the surgeon in precise placement of the implant.
BICON Ultrashort Implants: Implants that are 8mm or less long, offering a less invasive option for patients with insufficient bone.
Bone Grafting: A surgical procedure that involves transplantation of bone tissue.
Abutments: The components that connect an implant to a prosthesis.
Healing Abutments: Temporary components placed on the implant during the healing phase to shape the tissue for the final prosthesis.
Prosthesis: An artificial device that replaces a missing body part, in this case, a tooth or teeth.

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Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 12:45

Kosten sind egal, wie lange dauert es bis ich wieder kauen kann, habe derzeit keine zähne.

Arztbrief

Sehr geehrte Patientin, sehr geehrter Patient,

vielen Dank für Ihre Anfragen bezüglich Ihrer Zahnsituation und Ihrer Erwartungen an die bevorstehende Behandlung. Lassen Sie mich Ihre Fragen beantworten und einen individuellen Behandlungsplan für Sie erstellen.

Zahnsituation und Erwartungen

Sie haben angegeben, dass Sie derzeit keine Zähne haben und einen Zahn vermissen. Ihr Wunsch ist es, wieder fest kauen zu können. Dies ist eine durchaus realistische Erwartung, die wir mit einer umfassenden oralen Rehabilitation erfüllen können.

Umfassende Sanierung

Da Sie aktuell keine Zähne haben, ist eine umfassende Sanierung mittels vollständiger Mundrestauration der beste Behandlungsansatz. Dazu bieten wir Lösungen wie die All-on-4 und All-on-6 Methode mit Hybridbrücke an. Diese Behandlungsmethoden ermöglichen es uns, eine feste und dauerhafte Zahnreihe zu schaffen, die Ihnen das Kauen und Sprechen erleichtert und Ihr Selbstbewusstsein stärkt.

Kosten und Behandlungsdauer

Sie haben angegeben, dass die Kosten für die Behandlung für Sie nicht entscheidend sind. Unser Hauptaugenmerk liegt daher auf der Qualität und Langlebigkeit Ihrer neuen Zähne. Da Sie aktuell keine Zähne haben, ist eine umfassende Sanierung notwendig. Die genauen Kosten für eine vollständige Mundrestauration können wir Ihnen erst nach einer umfangreichen Untersuchung mitteilen. Zu diesem Zweck bieten wir ein 3D-Diagnosepaket für 180€ an, welches einen oralen optischen 3D-Scan und ein 3D-DVT-Röntgenbild beinhaltet.

In Bezug auf die Dauer der Behandlung kann ich Ihnen mitteilen, dass die Operationsdauer für ein einzelnes Implantat dank computergestützter Implantologie und minimalinvasiver Techniken weniger als 10 Minuten beträgt. Da bei Ihnen eine umfassende Sanierung notwendig ist, sollten wir Ihre individuelle Situation bei einem persönlichen Termin besprechen, um einen genauen Zeitplan erstellen zu können.

Falls Sie bereits einen Behandlungsplan von einem anderen Arzt erhalten haben, können Sie uns diesen für eine Zweitmeinung zukommen lassen. Bitte laden Sie Ihre Daten zur weiteren Analyse [hier](https://link.truppe.at/upload) hoch.

Ich hoffe, ich konnte Ihre Fragen beantworten und freue mich auf Ihren Besuch in unserer Praxis.

Mit freundlichen Grüßen,

Dr. med. univ. Michael Truppe
Erfinder der 3D-Implantat-Navigation
Facharzt für Zahn-, Mund- und Kieferheilkunde
(Mit künstlicher Intelligenz erstellt, nicht vidiert)

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Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 12:14

How many Bicon implants were placed so far?

Dear Patient,

Thank you for your interest in BICON ultrashort implants. I understand that you are looking for a dental solution that can restore your ability to chew firmly, following the extraction of a tooth. Based on the expectations you outlined, I believe the BICON ultrashort implants could be a suitable solution for you.

The BICON ultrashort implant system is a unique dental implant solution. The system utilizes implants that are 8mm or less long, which differentiates them from conventional or traditional implants that are typically longer than 10mm. As such, a different approach and surgical procedure is required for the placement of ultrashort implants to ensure their long-term success.

In addition, these implants are not screwed into the bone, but rather, they are tapped into it. This design, characterized by a plateau geometry, guarantees a higher contact area between the implant surface and the surrounding bone. The implant body is completely covered by bone and the “grip” into the bone is more stable than screw-retained implants.

The surgical procedure for short implant placement is designed to be as least traumatic as possible. The technique demands the use of low-drilling with burs that are not cutting at the edge to avoid bone perforation and nerve trauma. This procedure is divided into three main steps: the insertion of the implants, the affixing of the prosthetic component, and the final fitting of the prosthetic.

Given your interest in 3D Implant Navigation, it’s important to note that our standard procedure for computer-guided implantology incorporates this technology. This includes 3D Intraoral Scanning, 3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) Scan, 3D Virtual Implant Planning, and 3D Surgical Implant Navigation. These methodologies make the procedure minimally invasive, precise and comfortable for the patient.

In terms of costs, the total expense per arch varies between 12,000€ and 20,000€, depending on the number of implants and the type of prosthetic selected.

One of the many advantages of our procedure is that the fixed prosthesis is anchored to the implant abutments using a friction system. No cementation or screws are needed. Therefore, should any issues arise with the prosthesis in the future, it can be removed and fixed without the need for special devices.

I hope this information provides a clearer understanding of the BICON ultrashort implant procedure. If you have any further questions, feel free to reach out.

Kind regards,

Prof. Dr. Mauro Marincola

(Text created with artificial intelligence, not vidiert)

#### GLOSSARY:

1. **BICON Ultrashort Implants**: A type of dental implant that is designed to be 8mm or less long. They are different from conventional implants and require a unique surgical approach for successful placement.

2. **Plateau Geometry**: A characteristic feature of short implants that provides a higher contact area between the implant surface and the bone, leading to a more stable grip.

3. **3D Implant Navigation**: A technology used in computer-guided implantology that helps in precise and minimally invasive placement of dental implants.

4. **Low-Drilling with Burs**: A surgical technique used to place short implants with reduced trauma to the bone.

5. **Prosthetic Component**: The part of the dental implant that serves as a support for the artificial tooth or teeth.

6. **3D Intraoral Scanning**: A method used to create three-dimensional images of the oral cavity, helping in precise planning and placement of dental implants.

7. **3D Digital Volume Tomography (DVT) Scan**: A type of imaging technique that provides three-dimensional images of the bone structures, aiding in precise implant planning and placement.

8. **Friction System**: A method of anchoring the prosthesis to the implant abutments without the need for cementation or screws.

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Telefon 01 408 95 00 66

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