A resorbable collagen membrane for guided bone regeneration and guided tissue regeneration procedures.
Active role in regulating bone-healing dynamics in vivo6
In a comparative in vivo study, creos xenoprotect demonstrated significantly higher new bone formation in the central portion of the defect. This increase in bone formation was associated with significantly increased expression of the growth factor Bmp2, which has a strong role in osteogenesis.6
Does not stick to instruments
Repositioning in-situ possible
Low surface expansion when hydrated
Both sides can face the defect
HIGH MECHANICAL STRENGTH2,3,9
Excellent suture retention
ENDURING RESISTANCE TO DEGRADATION IN VIVO*3
Manufacturing process intended to preserve the natural structure of the collagen fiber network, to confer a high resistance to degradation
*As shown in an animal model (rat, subcutaneous)
“I use the creos xenoprotect membrane combined with creos xenogain particularly in cases of guided bone regeneration. The membrane, stabilized by pins, offers significant strength and stability."
creos xenoprotect Instructions For Use
Important information on, and instructions for, creos xenoprotect.
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“What I like is that the handling is very easy. The mechanical stability is very high and when it is rehydrated it adapts very well to the underlying bone.”
Facilitates new bone formation2-7
In a randomized controlled clinical trial, 24 patients were treated with creos xenoprotect and 25 with a reference membrane. In the creos xenoprotect group, the defect height reduced at 6-month re-entry by 81%. In the reference membrane group, the defect height reduced at 6-month re-entry by 62%.4
This schematic shows the defect height prior to treatment and 6 months after GBR.
A natural barrier with outstanding handling properties
Composed of a network of interwoven, highly purified porcine collagen and elastin fibers, providing the membrane with high mechanical strength.
Webinar with Dr. Fabrizio Colombo
Choosing material and techniques for the treatment and prevention of bone resorption.
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