If you are missing one or more of your teeth and wish to enjoy the confidence of beautiful teeth, then
you are a candidate for a Bicon Dental Implant. A dental implant is a replacement for the root of a tooth which has been lost. We have chosen the Bicon Dental Implant System because of its scientifically proven design. The Bicon design affords the use of short implants which often negates the need for costly bone grafting procedures.
Unfortunately tooth loss is inevitable for many people, so to continue enjoying your favourite foods, feel comfortable chewing, whilst maintaining your smile and increasing your confidence a tooth replacement would be necessary.
What was once considered experimental and feared by many dentists is now becoming the standard of tooth care. Bicon implants have come of age and are now part of many mouths in the UK.
Bicon implants can be used to replace single or multiple teeth, entire jaw or whole mouth and can also stabilise loose dentures. Our Bicon implant dentists in Buckinghamshire team have many years of experience with excellent results.
What is a Bicon Implant?
A Bicon implant is more commonly known as a dental tooth implant or replacement. It is a surgical procedure where a qualified dentist in High Wycombewill install a component into the jaw. The Bicon implant technology unlike many alternatives it has stood the test of time and after over 10 years since it was first introduced is still being used by professionals on a global scale.
Contact us to book a consultation to discuss the cost of Bicon implants.
“Clinically proven since 1985, Bicon’s unique design and its revolutionary clinical techniques have not only passed the test of time, but also continue to lead implant dentistry.
THE BICON SYSTEM is a unique dental implant system, offering the worldwide dental community a comprehensive solution since 1985. Bicon’s engineers and clinicians have been responsible for many of the innovations in implant dentistry for decades.
Bicon’s unique plateau design follows sound bioengineering principles which allow for the use of short implants. Its unique bacterially-sealed, locking taper, implant to abutment connection provides for 360° of universal abutment positioning — offering restorative flexibility unmatched by other implant systems. The sloping shoulder of the Bicon implant consistently provides for gingivally aesthetic restorations, which are easily achieved because the bone that is maintained over the shoulder of the implant provides support for the interdental papillae.
Bicon’s unique design and its revolutionary clinical techniques have not only passed the test of time, but also continue to lead implant dentistry”