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SteinerBio™ | BioDensification
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Increase Bone Density | A Solution for “Spinners”

Convert D4 Bone to D2 Bone Through Osteogenesis

  • Create the osteotomy
  • Inject BioDensificaton™ into the osteotomy
  • Drill the implant over BioDensification™
  • BioDensification™ is pushed into the cancellous bone
  • Osteogenesis is stimulated and bone density is increased biologically

A Solution for “Spinners”

  • During implant placement, the implant “spins”
  • Remove the implant
  • Inject BioDensification™ into the osteotomy
  • Drill the same implant back into the osteotomy
  • BioDensification™ is pushed into the cancellous bone stimulating osteogenesis
  • BioDensification™ acts as an osteogenic bridge between the patient’s bone and the implant surface, resulting in integration

Reduce Implant Failures

SteinerBio has developed osteogenic bone graft products for the purpose of regenerating healthy vital bone and creating the proper foundation for long term success of implants. It is important to have the understanding that bone quality plays a major role in the long-term success of implants. It is therefore equally important to understand, on a biological level, how SteinerBio bone graft products regenerate bone. Integrating this knowledge-based information will allow your practice to grow with fewer implant failures.

When was the last time you evaluated the quality of bone produced by your current bone grafts?

Osteoblasts in the cancellous bone absorb our biological compound, SL Factor. It is this absorption that stimulates osteogenesis. Osteoblasts begin to proliferate increasing bone density. During cell proliferation, osteoid is secreted onto the implant surface resulting in bone to implant integration.