BIONER BONE

It is a fully resorbable bone graft specially designed to use as a filling material in maxillary and mandibular bone defects that require effective bone regeneration as support for certain dental treatments.
It is 100% synthetic It is manufactured with β-Tricalcium Phosphate in accordance with the specifications of the international standard ASTM F1088-04.
Its composition based on β-Tricalcium Phosphate means that, in addition to being a totally biocompatible product, Bioner Bone is a bioactive product, which allows it to be gradually reabsorbed and simultaneously promote the formation of new bone in the grafted area around the particles of the grafted material.
The result of this resorption is the total replacement of Bioner Bone with new bone identical to the patient’s bone.

[1] Microstructure of Bioner Bone. Fully interconnected microporosity.

[2] Bioner Bone granule completely surrounded by newly formed bone. The presence of osteocytes in lacunae is observed. (Goldner’s stain).

[3] Detail of a Bioner Bone granule surrounded by newly formed bone showing the presence of bone in formation inside the granule (pink). (Wheatley stain)

Indications

Bioner Bone can be used in any pathology that requires promoting bone regeneration.
Among other situations:

  • Preservation of post-extraction bone cavities.
  • Preservation after apicoectomy.
  • Covering of dehiscences and fenestrations.
  • Maxillary sinus lift.
  • Crestal and vestibular reconstruction in maxillary atrophies.
  • Intraosseous defects in periodontics.

ALLOGRAFT

Particulate cortical allograft

OraGRAFT®
70% Mineralized
30% Demineralized

Particulate cancellous allograft

SaluMYCIN™
with Vancomycin

XENOGRAFT

InterOss®
Bovine xenograft
Particulate

BIOACTIVE ALLOPLASTIC GRAFT

NovaBone®
Dental Putty
Cartridge

NovaBone®
Cartridge
dispenser

RESORBABLE MEMBRANES

Medium resorption

Cytoplast RTM®
Collagen
Bovine collagen
membrane
cross-linked

fast resorption

ZMatrix®
Porcine collagen
membrane
native

BONE SCRAPER

System to
obtain autologous bone

Safescraper®
Micross®