Synthetic bone substitute Osseolive
for dental sugerygranules

synthetic bone substitute
synthetic bone substitute
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Characteristics

Type of graft
synthetic
Use
for dental sugery
Features
granules

Description

Osseolive Dental When Time Matters, it’s Time for Osseolive®. This unique new osteobiologic graft is designed for optimal bone grafting: it works with the body’s natural healing response to stimulate physiologic bone regeneration – without the problems associated with autograft or potential safety risks of human allograft. Osseolive Dental is a new class of biomaterials made from bioactive calcium-potassium-sodium-phosphate, a modified and advanced form of tricalcium phosphate. Clinical evaluations have shown excellent bone remodeling with favorable outcomes in implantology and sinus lifts among other indications. Resorption and Remodeling Osseolive Dental is an osteobiologic that provides rapid resorption and remodeling, as demonstrated in this pre-clinical sheep scapula model. Osseolive particle and particle fragment at 2 weeks showing excellent bone formation at their surface (white arrows). In addition, strong osteocalcin expression of the mineralized bone matrix is present (short yellow arrows). Also beginning particle degradation is visible with new bone formation in these areas (black arrows). The considerable extent of new bone formation after two weeks demonstrates the excellent bioactivity of this material as well as its enhanced stimulatory effect on bone formation. Critical-size defect 1 month after implantation of Osseolive. Extensive woven bone formation has occurred filling the majority of the defect. Osseolive particles exhibit excellent bone-particle contact (white arrows). In addition, strong osteocalcin expression of the mineralized bone matrix is present (short yellow arrows).
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