creos absorbable collagen wound dressings for dental surgery

creos absorbable collagen wound dressings for dental surgery are soft, white, pliable, non-friable, absorbent sponges made from collagen obtained from bovine deep flexor (Achilles) tendons.


They are intended for use on moist or bleeding oral wounds where a stabilized blood clot can help protect the wound surface from further injuries. creos xenoplug, xenotape and xenocote can be used during surgical procedures prior to wound closure or left in-situ.

creos absorbable collagen wound dressings

Clinical applications

Depending on the chosen wound dressings product, one or more of the following applications are suitable:

  • Minor oral wounds
  • Closure of grafted sites
  • Repair of Schneiderian membrane
  • Palatal donor sites
  • Mucosal flaps
  • Extraction sites
  • Biopsy sites

Structural integrity

creos absorbable collagen wound dressings are highly porous. This enables them to absorb multiple times their own weight in liquid as tested in vitro with saline solution.1 Dressings retain their structural integrity even when wet.

The structure of the dressings provides a three-dimensional matrix to support the blood clot.

Wound protection

Help control bleeding and stabilize the blood clot.

Provide protective coverage.

Convenience

The choice of three different shapes for common oral wounds bring convenience and flexibility to everyday clinical use.

Provided ready to use and are easy to handle.

creos absorbable collagen wound dressings packaging

Literature

Reference

1 Data on file ILS