Bone Grafting

Bone Grafting &
Soft Tissue Management

OSTEON™ II

HA 30% + β-TCP 70%

Application of OSTEON™ II

• Sinus Lift
• Ridge Augmentation
• Extraction Socket Grafting
• Cystic Cavities
• Periodontal Defect

Composition of OSTEON™ II

• Osteoconductive synthetic bone graft

Characteristics of OSTEON™ II

• Highly resorbable due to higher β-TCP content
• Convenient handling
• Excellent wettability
• Osteoconductive synthetic bone graft
• Pore Size : 250 μm
• Porosity : 70%


OSTEON™ II Collagen

Composed of synthetic bone graft material (OSTEON™II) and natural Type I Collagen

Application of OSTEON™ II Collagen

• Simple Grafting
• Ridge Augmentation
• Extraction Socket Grafting
• Cystic Cavities
• Periodontal Defect

Characteristics of OSTEON™ II Collagen

• Moldable property to accommodate any shape or form
• Significantly reduce chairtime due to excellent handling and delivery
• Collagen content becomes resorbed over several weeks after the initial shaping
• OSTEON™ II is highly resorbable due to higher β-TCP content (HA:β-TCP=30:70)


Collagen Membrane

Application of Collagen Membrane

• Periodontal / Infrabony Defects
• Ridge Augmentation
• Extraction Socket Grafting
• Guided Bone Regeneration(GBR)
• Sinus Lift

Characteristics of Collagen Membrane

• Biodegradable barrier membrane for guided bone and tissue regeneration
• Highly pure Type I Collagen derived from bovine tendon sourced in New Zealand
• Thin membrane (300μm) with multiple layers for easy manipulation and high mechanical strength in surgery
• Resorption period of 6 months to provide enough time for stabilizing graft material and supporting bone growth

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