Developmental Progress on3D Printed Bone Grafts
SteinerBio has spent approximately 8 years developing our custom 3D printed OsseoConduct βTCP ridges. We have recently redesigned the structure of the printed ridge with the clinical application in process. To bring you up to speed on our progress, here is a recent case:
3 weeks post op. Typical illustrates characteristics of our bone grafts, the graft material near the bone becomes radiolucent due to the ingrowth of immature bone. As the bone mineralizes, the radiopacity increases. We are very confident in our 3D printed custom βTCP bone grafts. During this developmental phase, we are working on the clinical application to optimize the performance of this material prior to introducing it to the market. However, this technology is only available in Sacramento, California where Dr. Steiner currently practices and accepts patients seeking this treatment.
American Society for Bone and Mineral Research (ASBMR) Tissue Engineering and Regenerative Medicine International Society (TERMIS)