May 29th, 2012 by IDC
As you may know, not all teeth are good candidates for root canal treatment. Root-canal-treated teeth are susceptible to decay and fracture, while implants cannot decay and almost never break. Bicon Dental Implants are an excellent and prudent alternative to the root canal, post and core, crown lengthening, and crowning procedures. Often, the cost of saving a tooth with a variety of treatments can exceed the cost of the placement and restoration of a Bicon implant.
I had the first of my eleven implants before any of my friends had ever heard of implants. If it were not for implants, I would have false teeth. The procedure is quick and relatively painless and no one has any idea that the teeth are not my own. Many of my implants replaced teeth that had already had a root canal. I would never have another root canal! — G. Stein