Discover our different biomaterial solutions (sponges, powders, syringes) that allow us to recreate sufficient bone volume by compensating for insufficient thickness or height.
XENOGRAFT: COLLAGEN + HYDROXYAPATITE
COLLAPAT® II SPONGE HAEMOSTATIC BONE SUBSTITUTE
COLLAPAT® II consists of a collagen support which contains ceramic hydroxypatite granules. The hydroxypatite granules give the material its osteoconductive properties. Hydroxypatite is the highest mineral component in enamel, dentine and mineralised bone. It reabsorbs slowly. The collagen gives COLLAPAT® II its haemostatic power and is completely reabsorbed in a few weeks. The collagen is extracted from bovine hide.
THE SYMATESE TECHNOLOGICAL COLLAGEN PLATFORM GIVES COLLAPAT® II ITS FEATURES
An alternative to autologous or allogeneic grafts
COLLAPAT® II offers immediate availability and unlimited product quantity unlike autologous bone to avoid comorbidities
The unique cross-linking process maintains the collagen structure while the patient’s cells colonise the graft. Collagen reabsorption is involved in bone replacement
The collagen gives COLLAPAT® II its haemostatic power and is completely reabsorbed in a few weeks
The three-dimensional, porous mineral structure of COLLAPAT® II improves osteoblast differentiation and speeds up osteogenesis on the entire grafted area
COLLAPAT® II is osteoconductive, and colonised by healthy bone tissue through intensive regeneration
The advantage of manipulation
Synthetic bone substitutes
• CLASSIC+ – 100% resorption, more space for new bone
• CLASSIC+ consists of pure phase ß-TCP. The resorption of the material takes place in parallel with the regeneration of the bone.
• CLASSIC+ offers complete resorption in 5 to 15 months. In clinical practice, resorption of ß-TCP is observed after shorter periods of healing. No residual material remains.
• CRYSTAL+ – Partial resorption, integration into the bone
• CRYSTAL+ is made of biphasic calcium phosphate (BCP) consisting of 60% hydroxyapatite HA and 40% ß-TCP. The BCP serves as a stable scaffold for long-term volume preservation and the HA is integrated into the newly formed bone.