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Expanding the regenerative portfolio

by: Jim Mack

According to some estimates, almost half of all dental implant cases require a regenerative procedure. Consequently, dental professionals need guided bone regeneration (GBR) and guided tissue regeneration (GTR) products they can trust.

Sufficient bone quantity and quality are key factors in all successful dental implant treatment.

That’s why Nobel Biocare has introduced creos regenerative solutions—an extensive array of options for GBR and GTR procedures, which include both allogenic* and xenogenic biomaterials.

The creos line of regenerative solutions has now grown to be one of the most comprehensive assortmentsavailable.

The latest addition to the creos range is the bone graft substitute creos xenogain, a deproteinized bovine bone mineral matrix. Bovine bone graft substitutes are among the best documented biomaterials. The slow-resorbing scaffold integrates with newly formed bone as a basis for successful implant treatment.

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Wide range, many choices

The new creos xenogain assortment consists of non-sintered material that is produced using unique processing methods to remove bovine proteins and lipids while preserving the natural bone matrix, which is characterized by micro- and macrostructures, a large specific surface area and low crystallinity.

Available in multiple sizes and application methods, the creos xenogain options are the perfect complement to the creos xenoprotect resorbable membrane, which has already earned a reputation for excellent handling and strength.

If you prefer allografts, Nobel Biocare provides allogenic solutions too.* Similar to the xenogenic line, the allograft range includes a resorbable membrane, called creos allo.protect; and bone substitutes called creos allo.gain.

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* Some products may not be regulatory cleared/released for sale in all markets. Please contact the local Nobel Biocare sales office for current product assortment and availability