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RegenOss

RegenOss represents an innovative concept in bone grafting. It is a collagen-hydroxyapatite composite biomaterial designed and engineered at macro, micro, and nano-scale to promote bone regeneration.

RegenOss is available in patches and strips that can perfectly fit the anatomic curvature of the application site. During surgery, this osteostimulative and biodegradable scaffold can be easily adapted to the defect dimension, saving time and improving placement.

ENGIpore

ENGIpore is an innovative porous hydroxyapatite biomaterial with a trabecular structure similar to natural bone. It is a readily available bone graft, manufactured to a highly controlled specification, free of disease transmission risk. Different shapes have been designed to provide surgeons with a full range of products to meet their bone grafting needs.

SINTlife

SINTlife Paste, Putty and Granules are synthetic fully resorbable grafts made of magnesium substituted hydroxyapatite nano-crystals, a winning formula for bone regeneration.

Mimicking nature, magnesium ions are introduced into apatite crystal cells in the same position and percentage as they are in the mineral phase of human bone.

Repros

Repros is a biocompatible resorbable, synthetic bone void filler. Its composition is 60% hydroxy-apatite and 40% β-tricalciumphosphate in a porous matrix form similar to that of cancellous bone, which provides an ideal structural environment for new bone growth. Repros acts as a temporary scaffold and is not intended to provide mechanical support during the healing process. Repros granules or blocks should preferably be soaked in bone marrow aspirate, platelet-rich plasma or blood, before being introduced into the defect by hand, maximising the bone-implant interface. Repros granules may be gently tamped into place. Repros blocks may be shaped to accurately fit the defect. If using as a bone graft extender Repros granules should be mixed well with autograft.

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