Bioceramic-collagen: synergistic power
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.
Biomimetic nano-structure: nature as a model
RegenOss is a fully biomimetic scaffold, its physical structure and chemical composition confer characteristics truly similar to the human bone.
The patented nucleation of magnesium-enriched hydroxyapatite nano-crystals into type I collagen fibers resembles the process occurring during biological neo-ossification.
Replaced by new bone
RegenOss is highly hydrophilic; it can quickly absorb the biological fluids, molecules and cells promoting bone formation. Its architecture favours cell attachment and proliferation.
While serving as a scaffold to guide effective bone regeneration, RegenOss is resorbed by enzymes and cellular action over a physiologically adequate time (6-12 months).
RegenOss is designed for use in a broad range of procedures, such as:
- Long bone fractures
- Revision arthroplasty
- Acetabular defect filling
- Spinal surgery
- Spine fusion
RegenOss may be combined with autologous bone, blood, bone marrow or growth factors.