3rd Generation β-Tricalcium PhosphateFor Bone Grafting and Implant Surface Air Abrasion
OsseoConduct™ granules undergo a rapid rate of resorption due to its unique physical properties. Other resorbable granular bone grafts require osteoclasts for resorption to take place. Osteoclasts exist only in mineralized bone. In order for other bone graft materials to be resorbed, they must be encased in mineralized bone first before absorption can occur. Therefore, the resorption process will take many months or years. OsseoConduct™ granules are able to be resorbed by monocytes (phagocytes) which are found in soft connective tissue.
OsseoConduct™ granules begin the resorbative process soon after grafting. The process continues providing space for ingrowth of mineralized bone. The result is a rapid and complete replacement of OsseoConduct™ granules with normal bone while maintaining shape and volume. Unlike allografts and xenografts, OsseoConduct™ produces bone with normal physiology and architecture.
Air Abrasion for Detoxification of Implant Surfaces
To date, air abrasion has been shown to be the most effective method of cleaning an implant surface. In order to produce a surface that is clean and biocompatible, but also promotes mineralization, we have produced an abrasive powder made from our OsseoConduct™ βTCP bone graft granules. Unlike other abrasives, our material is cleared by the FDA for bone regeneration.
Follow the link below to see a demonstration of the performance of our OsseoConduct™ Micron for cleaning implant surfaces.
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