A broad allograft portfolio for different clinical indications
The creos allografts portfolio offers you a wide range of particulate grafts and a pericardium barrier membrane.
Choose the appropriate allograft depending on patient indication and personal preference
creos allogenic graft materials can be used for a number of clinical indications including sinus floor elevation, socket preservation, ridge augmentation and periodontal defects.
The tissue bank follows strict processing procedures in order to ensure safe tissue grafts of the highest quality for transplantation. All donors are recovered within the United States and meet FDA and AATB standards.
Securely track allograft tissue information and save with your patient file.
Why creos™ allo.gain?
Mineralized cancellous bone
A porous structured bone with particle size range from 0.25 mm to 1 mm and available volume of 0.25 cc to 2.0 cc.
Mineralized cortical bone
Offers a high density bone with particle size range from 0.125 mm to 1 mm and available volume of 0.25 cc to 2.0 cc.
Blend of 70% mineralized and 30% demineralized cortical bone.¹
Mineralized corticocancellous bone
Blend of cortical and cancellous bone produced from sections of the ilium.
Demineralized cortical bone
Demineralized high density bone with particle size range from 0.125 mm to 1 mm and available volume of 0.25 cc to 2.0 cc.
Different methods of application
Why creos™ allo.protect?
BIOCOMPATIBLE AND TISSUE FRIENDLY
Preservation of the native pericardium collagen matrix and its mechanical propertiesBuy now
EASY TO HANDLE
Easy to tack and suture with high tear resistance
Rapid hydration and easy manipulation
Maintains shape and size once placed
Strong and stable due to the pore structure of native pericardium
creos allo.protect is available in three different sizes:
1.0 x 1.0 cm
1.5 x 2.0 cm
2.0 x 3.0 cm
Questions about the creos allografts assortment?
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