Biomaterials, bone substitutes

The continuous development of modern implantology allows implants to be implanted even if enough of the patient's natural bone is missing in a given place. It is estimated that with 40% of cases of implantation treatment, bone reconstruction and regeneration treatments or raising the bottom of the maxillary sinus are necessary. Such treatments are possible thanks to the latest generation of biomaterials. The use of biomaterials allows to reproduce the bone in the place where the bone atrophy occurred and where without bone regeneration it would not be possible to implant the implant. During implantological procedures in our clinic, we use only effective and proven biomaterials in many clinical trials of Geistlich Biomaterials – Bio-Oss and Lasak Ltd. – Poresorb-TCP.

  • Bio-Oss – is a natural bone mineral gesitlich Bio-Oss, for many years, proves its values in clinical practice and is the subject of numerous scientific research. The excellent osteoconductivity of this material stems from its resemblance to the structure of the human bone. The mineral structure of geistlich Bio-Oss material is characterized by high porosity, has a large inner surface and acts like scaffolding, ensuring the formation of the new bone into the structure of the material. The natural chemical composition and crystalline structure of geistlich Bio-Oss material provide a slow resorption of this material by osteoclasts in the process of natural bone reconstruction.
  • Poresorb-TCP is a synthetic bone substitute from Lasak Ltd. Poresorb-TCP used to controlled bone regeneration during implantation, filling bone defects after removal of cysts or teeth. Fully resorbowalny is gradually replaced by bone tissue. It does not contain zoonoses – ensures the highest safety of use. Its mineral and structural composition resembles a natural bone. It contains macro and micro pores for effective ingrowth of bone tissue. The high effectiveness of Poresorb-TCP has been confirmed by numerous clinical studies and scientific publications.
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