We provide a differentiated portfolio for bone regeneration in different application areas.
Ceramic-based synthetic bone substitutes are widely used in these type of procedures. They work by providing a scaffold for bone growth and ar predominantly osteconductive.
In the dental area, applications of calcium phosphates include repair of periodontal defects, sinus lifts, augmentation of alveolar bone, tooth replacement, and repair of large bone defects.
Bone grafts substitutes are used in the spine surgery to achieve fusion and intersegmental stability. Ceramic are an optimal solution for this clinical area due to properties such as osteoconductivity and biodegradability.
Annually, thousands of procedures are performed for craniofacial reconstruction due to injuries and congenital malformations. Ceramic based materials act as a scaffold for bone growth and reconstruction.