Is Bio-OSS xenograft?

Is Bio-OSS xenograft?

Clinical evaluation of Bio-Oss: a bovine-derived xenograft for the treatment of periodontal osseous defects in humans.

What is bio-oss bone?

Abstract. BIO-OSS is an allergen-free bone substitute material of bovine origin, used to fill bone defects or to reconstruct ridge configurations. Seventy one patients (39 female, 32 male) received 126 BIO-OSS implantations.

What is Bio Oss collagen?

Geistlich Bio-Oss® Collagen is used in the most varied indications, including ridge preservation, minor bone augmentation and periodontal regeneration. The collagen is absorbed after a few weeks and does not replace the barrier function of a membrane.

How does Bio OSS work?

Bio-Oss® is a solid scaffold which serves as a guide-rail to allow new bone to grow. This scaffolding material enables and facilitates bone formation in the area where the operation is performed. It is inserted into the operation area in the form of grains or small blocks.

What is xenograft bone?

A xenograft is a type of bone or skin graft that is taken from a donor of another species. In comparison, an allograft is a type of bone or skin graft that is taken from a donor of the same species.

Is Bio OSS resorbable?

The prevalent view in literature is that Bio-Oss is resorbable biomaterial.

How do you use EthOss?

Applying ethOss Place the EthOss® with the syringe and shape as required. Do not use suction on the site once grafted – this may disturb the material. Do not overfill the site with graft material – this may cause bone to grow over the implant. Apply a sterile gauze to the graft for 3-5 minutes.

How do you mix EthOss?

EthOss comes in a handy syringe applicator, in two sizes – 0.5cc and 1cc….

Composition 65% beta tricalcium phosphate, (βTCP) Ca3(PO4)2, 35% calcium sulfate CaSO4
Mixing Agent Standard sterile saline (0.9% Sodium Chloride) only
Recommended Re-Entry Time 12 weeks
Units available 3 x 0.5cc, 3 x 1cc, 3 x 0.25cc

How do you apply EthOss bone?

What is Cytoplast membrane?

Cytoplast™ Regentex Non‐Resorbable Barrier Membranes are a temporarily implantable material (non‐resorbable) for use as a spacemaking barrier in the treatment of periodontal defects.

What is resorbable membrane site?

A resorbable membrane is used to separate a bony defect from overlying soft tissues in order to create an unrestrained space in which new bone growth can occur. Before the use of resorbable membranes, those first developed were nonresorbable and required a second surgery for membrane removal some weeks later.

What is EthOss made of?

EthOss is a combination of 65% ß Tricalcium Phosphate and 35% Calcium Sulphate. This innovative combination is key to its’ success.

How long does it take for a bone graft to harden?

Maturation. The graft “matures,” or turns into your own bone, over a period of 3-6 months. An implant appointment will be scheduled once your graft has matured. Vigorous rinsing should be avoided for the first week so that the graft material is not washed away.

What is a synthetic bone graft?

WHAT IS SYNTHETIC BONE GRAFT? Synthetic bone graft, which is artificially produced, bulks up or extends the supply of available autograft bone (bone harvested from your own body). There are many extender biomaterials and tissues available, and their properties depend heavily on their origin and how they are processed.