OsseoSeal™ is a resorbable collagen membrane derived from purified porcine pericardium. Once hydrated, the OsseoSeal™ collagen membrane has excellent tensile strength and is not easily torn. This ensures that clinicians can easily stretch the membrane without tearing. OsseoSeal™ the ideal membrane for tenting and other GBR procedures. Material: Type 1 porcine pericardium Resorption time: 3-4 months Fast hydration and excellent tensile strength Good adaptation to various defects Excellent tear function and duration One membrane in a box
$55.00 - $125.00
Comparable to Heliplug® and Collaplug® Packaging: Box of 10 plugs Size: 3/8" x 3/4" (1cm x 2cm) Type: Bovine plug Standard collagen wound dressing plug made from Type I bovine collagen sourced from the Achilles tendon Protects wound bed and aids in wound healing Resorbed within 30 days Protect Wounds, Stabilize Clots, Aid in Wound Healing Packaged individually Sterile
The OsteoGen ® Plug combines bone graft with a collagen plug to yield the easiest and most affordable way to clinically deliver bone graft for socket preservation and ridge maintenance without the use of a membrane. Eliminate hassle of mixing particulate grafts. Eliminate graft wash out. Radiolucent on day of surgery – Radiopaque in 3-6 months Sold in packs packs of 10. Available in Large: 10mm in Diameter x 20mm in Length OsteoGen® proven safe, and clinically effective for use with implants for over 30 years. The OsteoGen® Bone Grafting Plug is the easiest and most affordable way to clinically deliver bone graft for ridge maintenance and socket preservation. The idea is simple - we take a collagen plug and fill it with our OsteoGen® non-ceramic bone graft crystals to create the OsteoGen® Bone Grafting Plug. The result is a bone graft combined with a collagen plug for ease of clinical delivery – all at the introductory special price of only $50 per extraction without the need for a membrane. The OsteoGen® Bone Grafting Plug combines our OsteoGen® Bioactive Resorbable Calcium Apatite with a bovine achilles tendon collagen matrix to create a structure that mimics the organic and inorganic components of physiologic bone. OsteoGen® is a bioactive and resorbable calcium apatite based bone graft that is physicochemically and crystallographically similar to human bone.1 The OsteoGen® non-ceramic production process yields a resorbable bone graft with a unique Ca:P ratio that is NOT a ß-TCP and NOT a non-resorbable dense ceramic HA, nor is it a biphasic mixture of the two.
Cytoflex Textured Tefguard is a non-resorbable PTFE membrane made of a proprietary micro-porous expanded polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE) material, that is ideal for socket preservations and bone grafting procedures. The textured version of Cytoflex Tefguard has superficial macro texture overlapping the micro pore texture on both surfaces, providing additional grips for flap attachment. Overlaying macro and micro textures on both surfaces! Allows nutrient permeation across the membrane. Resists fibroblasts and blocks bacterial penetration. Excellent Handling & Rigidity. Easily adaptable. Easily retrievable as one piece. Enhanced flap grips with fewer flap dehiscences Facilitates tissue regeneration despite flap recessions, or incomplete primary closure. Available in 12mmx24mm and 25mmx30mm. Provided double pouched and sterile. Cytoflex Textured Tefguard Benefits The textured version of Cytoflex® Tefguard® has superficial macro texture overlapping the micro pore texture on both surfaces. The cellular level micro texture is invisible to the naked eye, but can be seen at high magnifications. The macro texture provides additional grips for flap attachment. Allows nutrient permeation across the membrane for healthy bone regeneration. Resists fibroblasts and blocks bacterial penetration keeping the site safe from infection. Excellent Handling & Rigidity. Easily adaptable. Easily retrievable as one piece Better host tissue attachment with fewer flap dehiscences Easily retrievable as one piece Better host tissue attachment with fewer flap dehiscences Facilitates tissue regeneration despite flap recessions, or incomplete primary closure. Cytoflex ® Tefguard ® - Clinical Case Review MINIMALLY INVASIVE IMPLANT SITE GRAFTING TECHNIQUE Jenchun Chen DDS This is a 38 year-old female who presented with a crown-root fracture of the mandibular first molar and a thin gingival biotype. An immediate implant placement following tooth extraction was planned. A flapless, minimally invasive extraction and implant placement combined with guided tissue regeneration was employed to minimize soft and hard tissue recession. The tooth root was extracted with an intrasucular incision and a periosteal elevator. The extraction socket was curetted to remove all soft tissue remnants. After an implant was placed into the extraction site, the gap between the implant and the socket wall was filled with bone graft particles (Figures 1 & 2). A Tefguard® ePTFE membrane was trimmed to extend 3 mm beyond the socket walls and then tucked subperiosteally under the lingual flap, the buccal flap and underneath the interdental papilla using a curette. The membrane was allowed to rest passively over the socket (Figure 3), and was stabilized with a criss-cross absorbable PGA monofilament suture without primary closure (Figure 4). After one-week post operation, the graft site was uneventful, and the suture was removed (Figure 5). At three-week post-operation, the soft tissue overlying the exposed membrane demonstrated healing without signs of inflammation. An inadvertent fold in the membrane (introduced during membrane placement) was found at the distal buccal corner (Figure 6). The decision was made to remove the membrane early to prevent potential complications as a result of the folding of the membrane. After applying topical anesthetic, the membrane was easily removed by grasping with a tissue forcep. A dense, vascular connective tissue matrix was found underlying the membrane in the extraction socket upon membrane removal. Figure 7 shows the site at one week after membrane removal. Following membrane removal, keratinized gingiva began to form over the grafted socket. At six-week post-operation, the soft tissue was stable with preserved interproximal papillae and natural mucogingival architecture (Figure 8). This case demonstrates the use of a less invasive grafting technique using a micro porous ePTFE barrier.
$40.00 - $52.00
Ti-matrix is placed after taking enough flap and then the bone grafting is performed afterwards, which ensures long-term stability in terms of flap healing. Ti-matrix ensures space maintenance for bone defect Ti-matrix is placed after taking enough flap and then the bone grafting is performed afterwards, which ensures long-term stability in terms of flap healing. Therefore, the right amounts of bone graft materials can be applied for primary closure as it was originally planned. Ti-matrix holds still even with one or two fixation screws. Ti-matrix can be used easily during surgery as it will enable surgeons to observe Made in Korea
$60.00 - $80.00
15X25mm, 20pc/box Scroll down to watch instructional video Ora-Aid is a new concept pasting intra-oral patch to protect the affected area such as post implant, extraction, orthodontic, and ulcers. It is easy to use, just peel off and stick on the site! You can improve the predictability and success rate of intra oral surgery by good sealing and extra protection How to Use 1. Irrigate the wound with sterile or saline solution 2. Cut Ora-Aid into a proper shape and size. It should be trimmed according to the length of surgical site. (watch our videos for a demonstration of a cutting technique) 3. Slightly remove moisture, and excess saliva with gauze on the wound. Excessive moisture or exudation may reduce the adhesive strength and attachment time of Ora-Aid. 4. Remove transparent release paper and apply Ora-Aid on the wound. 5. Gently press Ora-Aid for 5 to 10 seconds while Ora-Aid adheres to wound. Click here for e-Catalog Research article Effects of a Topically Applied Oral Wound Dressing Film on Intra-oral Wound Healing in Rabbits Watch More Video (Click link below) Immediate implant placement after GBR Non-incision implantation after GBR Clinical Cases Suture Protocol1 How to attach Ora-Aid properly Socket Grafting Fixture removal and Bone Grafting Lateral Sinus Lift with implant placement One Stage Implant placement Clinical case Dr. Baranes 1 Clinical case Dr. Baranes 2