Telekonsultation – 2023-10-03 14:00


**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

(Text created with artificial intelligence, not vidiert)


– **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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