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Synthetic bone substitute 4MATRIX+
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synthetic bone substitute
synthetic bone substitute
synthetic bone substitute
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for dental sugery


4MATRIX+ is a revolutionary & innovative synthetic, bone graft putty. It is composed of 40% Beta Tricalcium Phosphate (ßTCP), 60% Hydroxyapatite (HA) & Hydrogel, and was developed to simplify dental bone grafting procedures. 4MATRIX+ provides high mechanical resistance, osseous rehabilitation & is fully replaced by vital, architectured bone. Simple to Use: One syringe, one chamber, one action for easy handling, with no predetermined setting time. Bone Regeneration: 4MATRIX+ promotes the ideal environment for bone growth, due to its fast and slow resorbing bone material mixture. Stabilization: 4MATRIX+ requires no mixing, moisturizing or other preparation due to a soluble carrier which enables maintaining the original graft shape and bone volume. Chemical Composition: Composed of Beta Tri-Calcium Phosphate (HA/ßTCP) granules associated with an excipient vehicle of a water soluble gel, 4MATRIX+ provides the appropriate environment for bone regeneration. A porosity rate of 70% enables fast infiltration of blood and growth factors, as well as cellular colonization and prolifiration. Fully interconnected porosity Ready to use and easy to handle putty Space maintainer Periodontal / infrabony defects; Ridge augmentation; Extraction sites; Sinus lift. 60% Hydroxyapatite 40% ßTCP The composition of 4MATRIX+ allows a balanced degradation; while ß- TCP (40%) resorbs fast, the HA (60%) granules act as a longer space maintainer. The average resorption rate is expected within 7 months (±2). 1 Syringe of 0.5cc / 1cc



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