permamem®

High-Density PTFE Barrier Membrane

Since permamem® can be used for open healing in socket- and ridge preservation, primary wound closure is omitted and the soft tissue contours are maintained. The missing flap closure avoids displacement of the mucogingival line thus preserving the attached gingiva. Likewise, the aesthetic outcome is improved as the non-surgical removal of the membrane after the healing time omits the need for big surgical incisions. After removal of permamem®, the primary healing process and the reepithelialization of the regenerated soft tissue is completed within about one month.

Handling

permamem® can be easily manipulated and applied thanks to its thin character (thickness ~ 0.08 mm). The rounded edges of the membrane avoid traumatization of the soft tissues. In open healing procedures, permamem® may easily be removed after the healing time in a non-surgical way with a pair of tweezers. The blue color allow for easy recovery of the membrane.

Fixation

permamem® should always be immobilized at the recipient site by pins, screws or sutures. For socket and ridge preservation, permamem® can be sutured to the periosteum or a periosteal flap to achieve a tight adaptation of the membrane to the recipient site.

Shaping

The membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors or a scalpel while maintaining sterility.

Removal

permamem® should be removed after 3-4 weeks. An exposed membrane may be easily removed with tweezers. If primary closure is obtained during membrane placement, opening of the surgical site will be required to remove the membrane. After removal of permamem®, the primary healing process and the reepithelialisation of the regenerating soft tissue will be completed within one month.

Handling

permamem® can be easily manipulated and applied thanks to its thin character (thickness ~ 0.08 mm). The rounded edges of the membrane avoid traumatization of the soft tissues. In open healing procedures, permamem® may easily be removed after the healing time in a non-surgical way with a pair of tweezers. The blue color allow for easy recovery of the membrane.

Handling

permamem® can be easily manipulated and applied thanks to its thin character (thickness ~ 0.08 mm). The rounded edges of the membrane avoid traumatization of the soft tissues. In open healing procedures, permamem® may easily be removed after the healing time in a non-surgical way with a pair of tweezers. The blue color allow for easy recovery of the membrane.

Handling

permamem® can be easily manipulated and applied thanks to its thin character (thickness ~ 0.08 mm). The rounded edges of the membrane avoid traumatization of the soft tissues. In open healing procedures, permamem® may easily be removed after the healing time in a non-surgical way with a pair of tweezers. The blue color allow for easy recovery of the membrane.

Handling

permamem® can be easily manipulated and applied thanks to its thin character (thickness ~ 0.08 mm). The rounded edges of the membrane avoid traumatization of the soft tissues. In open healing procedures, permamem® may easily be removed after the healing time in a non-surgical way with a pair of tweezers. The blue color allow for easy recovery of the membrane.

Handling

permamem® can be easily manipulated and applied thanks to its thin character (thickness ~ 0.08 mm). The rounded edges of the membrane avoid traumatization of the soft tissues. In open healing procedures, permamem® may easily be removed after the healing time in a non-surgical way with a pair of tweezers. The blue color allow for easy recovery of the membrane.

Fixation

permamem® should always be immobilized at the recipient site by pins, screws or sutures. For socket and ridge preservation, permamem® can be sutured to the periosteum or a periosteal flap to achieve a tight adaptation of the membrane to the recipient site.

Fixation

permamem® should always be immobilized at the recipient site by pins, screws or sutures. For socket and ridge preservation, permamem® can be sutured to the periosteum or a periosteal flap to achieve a tight adaptation of the membrane to the recipient site.

Fixation

permamem® should always be immobilized at the recipient site by pins, screws or sutures. For socket and ridge preservation, permamem® can be sutured to the periosteum or a periosteal flap to achieve a tight adaptation of the membrane to the recipient site.

Fixation

permamem® should always be immobilized at the recipient site by pins, screws or sutures. For socket and ridge preservation, permamem® can be sutured to the periosteum or a periosteal flap to achieve a tight adaptation of the membrane to the recipient site.

Fixation

permamem® should always be immobilized at the recipient site by pins, screws or sutures. For socket and ridge preservation, permamem® can be sutured to the periosteum or a periosteal flap to achieve a tight adaptation of the membrane to the recipient site.

Shaping

The membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors or a scalpel while maintaining sterility.

Shaping

The membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors or a scalpel while maintaining sterility.

Shaping

The membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors or a scalpel while maintaining sterility.

Shaping

The membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors or a scalpel while maintaining sterility.

Shaping

The membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors or a scalpel while maintaining sterility.

Removal

permamem® should be removed after 3-4 weeks. An exposed membrane may be easily removed with tweezers. If primary closure is obtained during membrane placement, opening of the surgical site will be required to remove the membrane. After removal of permamem®, the primary healing process and the reepithelialisation of the regenerating soft tissue will be completed within one month.

Removal

permamem® should be removed after 3-4 weeks. An exposed membrane may be easily removed with tweezers. If primary closure is obtained during membrane placement, opening of the surgical site will be required to remove the membrane. After removal of permamem®, the primary healing process and the reepithelialisation of the regenerating soft tissue will be completed within one month.

Removal

permamem® should be removed after 3-4 weeks. An exposed membrane may be easily removed with tweezers. If primary closure is obtained during membrane placement, opening of the surgical site will be required to remove the membrane. After removal of permamem®, the primary healing process and the reepithelialisation of the regenerating soft tissue will be completed within one month.

Removal

permamem® should be removed after 3-4 weeks. An exposed membrane may be easily removed with tweezers. If primary closure is obtained during membrane placement, opening of the surgical site will be required to remove the membrane. After removal of permamem®, the primary healing process and the reepithelialisation of the regenerating soft tissue will be completed within one month.

Removal

permamem® should be removed after 3-4 weeks. An exposed membrane may be easily removed with tweezers. If primary closure is obtained during membrane placement, opening of the surgical site will be required to remove the membrane. After removal of permamem®, the primary healing process and the reepithelialisation of the regenerating soft tissue will be completed within one month.

Socket preservation using cerbaone® and permamem® - Dr. A. Caiazzo

Grafting of the extraction socket with small cerabone® granules.

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Initial situation - A young female 34 years old lost her front teeth in an surfing accident and she had a 5 unit bridge supported by her upper left lateral and right canine. The restoration failed and both supporting crowns have exposed and leaking margins.

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Straumann® Emdogain®

Enamel matrix derivative

The main component in Straumann® Emdogain® is amelogenin, which assembles into an insoluble matrix under physiological conditions. The matrix has the proven ability to stimulate various cell types involved in the wound healing cascade of soft and hard tissues (mesenchymal stem cells, osteoblasts, fibroblasts, periodontal ligament cells and cementoblasts) towards a regenerative pattern.

Root surface preparation

Avoid contamination of the exposed root surfaces with blood or saliva when Straumann® Emdogain® is applied. A clean and dry root surface allows for optimal protein precipitation [1].

Straumann® PrefGel®

Conditioning of the exposed root surfaces with Straumann® PrefGel® is always recommended when Straumann® Emdogain® is used. Straumann® PrefGel® effectively removes the smear layer on the root surface to support optimal protein precipitation and blood clot adhesion.

Probing and radiographs

Probing is recommended earliest 6 months after the surgery. Radiographic bone changes can be observed earliest 12 months following surgery.

Retention of the gel

Retention of Straumann® Emdogain® is not necessary. After application, the bioactive component in Straumann® Emdogain® will immediately precipitate on the root surface to form an insoluble protein layer. Gel running out of the defect following application is mainly attributed to the carrier substance.

Splinting

Splinting of teeth with a mobility grade >1 is always recommended for 6 to 8 weeks after the surgery since the mobility of loose teeth impairs the regenerative process.

Wound healing

Straumann® Emdogain® is indicated to support early soft tissue healing of surgical wounds as part of oral surgical procedures (e.g. flap surgeries, implantation procedures). In a regenerative therapy with Straumann® Emdogain® apply remaining gel on the complete wound area directly under the flap before wound closure and on the wound margins after suturing to improve soft tissue healing.

Root surface preparation

Avoid contamination of the exposed root surfaces with blood or saliva when Straumann® Emdogain® is applied. A clean and dry root surface allows for optimal protein precipitation [1].

Root surface preparation

Avoid contamination of the exposed root surfaces with blood or saliva when Straumann® Emdogain® is applied. A clean and dry root surface allows for optimal protein precipitation [1].

Root surface preparation

Avoid contamination of the exposed root surfaces with blood or saliva when Straumann® Emdogain® is applied. A clean and dry root surface allows for optimal protein precipitation [1].

Root surface preparation

Avoid contamination of the exposed root surfaces with blood or saliva when Straumann® Emdogain® is applied. A clean and dry root surface allows for optimal protein precipitation [1].

Root surface preparation

Avoid contamination of the exposed root surfaces with blood or saliva when Straumann® Emdogain® is applied. A clean and dry root surface allows for optimal protein precipitation [1].

Root surface preparation

Avoid contamination of the exposed root surfaces with blood or saliva when Straumann® Emdogain® is applied. A clean and dry root surface allows for optimal protein precipitation [1].

Straumann® PrefGel®

Conditioning of the exposed root surfaces with Straumann® PrefGel® is always recommended when Straumann® Emdogain® is used. Straumann® PrefGel® effectively removes the smear layer on the root surface to support optimal protein precipitation and blood clot adhesion.

Straumann® PrefGel®

Conditioning of the exposed root surfaces with Straumann® PrefGel® is always recommended when Straumann® Emdogain® is used. Straumann® PrefGel® effectively removes the smear layer on the root surface to support optimal protein precipitation and blood clot adhesion.

Straumann® PrefGel®

Conditioning of the exposed root surfaces with Straumann® PrefGel® is always recommended when Straumann® Emdogain® is used. Straumann® PrefGel® effectively removes the smear layer on the root surface to support optimal protein precipitation and blood clot adhesion.

Straumann® PrefGel®

Conditioning of the exposed root surfaces with Straumann® PrefGel® is always recommended when Straumann® Emdogain® is used. Straumann® PrefGel® effectively removes the smear layer on the root surface to support optimal protein precipitation and blood clot adhesion.

Straumann® PrefGel®

Conditioning of the exposed root surfaces with Straumann® PrefGel® is always recommended when Straumann® Emdogain® is used. Straumann® PrefGel® effectively removes the smear layer on the root surface to support optimal protein precipitation and blood clot adhesion.

Straumann® PrefGel®

Conditioning of the exposed root surfaces with Straumann® PrefGel® is always recommended when Straumann® Emdogain® is used. Straumann® PrefGel® effectively removes the smear layer on the root surface to support optimal protein precipitation and blood clot adhesion.

Probing and radiographs

Probing is recommended earliest 6 months after the surgery. Radiographic bone changes can be observed earliest 12 months following surgery.

Probing and radiographs

Probing is recommended earliest 6 months after the surgery. Radiographic bone changes can be observed earliest 12 months following surgery.

Probing and radiographs

Probing is recommended earliest 6 months after the surgery. Radiographic bone changes can be observed earliest 12 months following surgery.

Probing and radiographs

Probing is recommended earliest 6 months after the surgery. Radiographic bone changes can be observed earliest 12 months following surgery.

Probing and radiographs

Probing is recommended earliest 6 months after the surgery. Radiographic bone changes can be observed earliest 12 months following surgery.

Probing and radiographs

Probing is recommended earliest 6 months after the surgery. Radiographic bone changes can be observed earliest 12 months following surgery.

Retention of the gel

Retention of Straumann® Emdogain® is not necessary. After application, the bioactive component in Straumann® Emdogain® will immediately precipitate on the root surface to form an insoluble protein layer. Gel running out of the defect following application is mainly attributed to the carrier substance.

Retention of the gel

Retention of Straumann® Emdogain® is not necessary. After application, the bioactive component in Straumann® Emdogain® will immediately precipitate on the root surface to form an insoluble protein layer. Gel running out of the defect following application is mainly attributed to the carrier substance.

Retention of the gel

Retention of Straumann® Emdogain® is not necessary. After application, the bioactive component in Straumann® Emdogain® will immediately precipitate on the root surface to form an insoluble protein layer. Gel running out of the defect following application is mainly attributed to the carrier substance.

Retention of the gel

Retention of Straumann® Emdogain® is not necessary. After application, the bioactive component in Straumann® Emdogain® will immediately precipitate on the root surface to form an insoluble protein layer. Gel running out of the defect following application is mainly attributed to the carrier substance.

Retention of the gel

Retention of Straumann® Emdogain® is not necessary. After application, the bioactive component in Straumann® Emdogain® will immediately precipitate on the root surface to form an insoluble protein layer. Gel running out of the defect following application is mainly attributed to the carrier substance.

Retention of the gel

Retention of Straumann® Emdogain® is not necessary. After application, the bioactive component in Straumann® Emdogain® will immediately precipitate on the root surface to form an insoluble protein layer. Gel running out of the defect following application is mainly attributed to the carrier substance.

Splinting

Splinting of teeth with a mobility grade >1 is always recommended for 6 to 8 weeks after the surgery since the mobility of loose teeth impairs the regenerative process.

Splinting

Splinting of teeth with a mobility grade >1 is always recommended for 6 to 8 weeks after the surgery since the mobility of loose teeth impairs the regenerative process.

Splinting

Splinting of teeth with a mobility grade >1 is always recommended for 6 to 8 weeks after the surgery since the mobility of loose teeth impairs the regenerative process.

Splinting

Splinting of teeth with a mobility grade >1 is always recommended for 6 to 8 weeks after the surgery since the mobility of loose teeth impairs the regenerative process.

Splinting

Splinting of teeth with a mobility grade >1 is always recommended for 6 to 8 weeks after the surgery since the mobility of loose teeth impairs the regenerative process.

Splinting

Splinting of teeth with a mobility grade >1 is always recommended for 6 to 8 weeks after the surgery since the mobility of loose teeth impairs the regenerative process.

Wound healing

Straumann® Emdogain® is indicated to support early soft tissue healing of surgical wounds as part of oral surgical procedures (e.g. flap surgeries, implantation procedures). In a regenerative therapy with Straumann® Emdogain® apply remaining gel on the complete wound area directly under the flap before wound closure and on the wound margins after suturing to improve soft tissue healing.

Wound healing

Straumann® Emdogain® is indicated to support early soft tissue healing of surgical wounds as part of oral surgical procedures (e.g. flap surgeries, implantation procedures). In a regenerative therapy with Straumann® Emdogain® apply remaining gel on the complete wound area directly under the flap before wound closure and on the wound margins after suturing to improve soft tissue healing.

Wound healing

Straumann® Emdogain® is indicated to support early soft tissue healing of surgical wounds as part of oral surgical procedures (e.g. flap surgeries, implantation procedures). In a regenerative therapy with Straumann® Emdogain® apply remaining gel on the complete wound area directly under the flap before wound closure and on the wound margins after suturing to improve soft tissue healing.

Wound healing

Straumann® Emdogain® is indicated to support early soft tissue healing of surgical wounds as part of oral surgical procedures (e.g. flap surgeries, implantation procedures). In a regenerative therapy with Straumann® Emdogain® apply remaining gel on the complete wound area directly under the flap before wound closure and on the wound margins after suturing to improve soft tissue healing.

Wound healing

Straumann® Emdogain® is indicated to support early soft tissue healing of surgical wounds as part of oral surgical procedures (e.g. flap surgeries, implantation procedures). In a regenerative therapy with Straumann® Emdogain® apply remaining gel on the complete wound area directly under the flap before wound closure and on the wound margins after suturing to improve soft tissue healing.

Wound healing

Straumann® Emdogain® is indicated to support early soft tissue healing of surgical wounds as part of oral surgical procedures (e.g. flap surgeries, implantation procedures). In a regenerative therapy with Straumann® Emdogain® apply remaining gel on the complete wound area directly under the flap before wound closure and on the wound margins after suturing to improve soft tissue healing.

Contained intrabony defect treated using Straumann® Emdogain® - Kasaj

Radiographic view before periodontal regenerative therapy with Straumann® Emdogain®. A deep intrabony defect appeared mesially and distally on the left mandibular first premolar. Pre-surgical probing measured 8 mm. The defect morphology presented as well-contained.

Block augmentation with maxgraft® in the maxilla - Dr. R. Cutts

Initial situation: 40 year old female patient with extensive scar tissue after several surgeries restored with a Rochette bridge

Restoration of buccal bone lamella in aesthetic zone with maxgraft® bonering - Dr. A. Patel

Initial situation: bone loss due to lack of physical load of bridge retained region 11

Multiple gingival recessions treated by MCAT with mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain® (2) - Rathe

Pre-operative clinical situation. Shallow multiple adjacent gingival recessions in the first quadrant.

Ridge augmentation in the maxilla with maxgraft® bonebuilder in the aesthetic zone - Dr. M. Kristensen

Bone defect in area 11-21 due to two lost implants (periimplantitis) after 15 years of function

[1] Bosshardt et al. J Periodontal Res. 2005 Apr;40(2):158-67
[2] Sallum et al. J Periodontol. 2004 Oct;75(10):1357-63
[3] Cochran et al. J Periodontol. 2003 Jul;74(7):1043-55
[4] Miron et al. J Periodontol. 2012 Jul;83(7):885-92
Single Flap Approach in combination with Straumann® Emdogain® - live surgery by Prof. Dr. L. Trombelli
Single Flap Approach in combination with Straumann® Emdogain® - live surgery by Prof. Dr. L. Trombelli
Deep intrabony defect treated with Straumann® Emdogain® - live surgery by Dr. A. Pandolfi
Deep intrabony defect treated with Straumann® Emdogain® - live surgery by Dr. A. Pandolfi
Straumann® Emdogain® and oral wound healing. A patient experience. - by Dr. A. Pandolfi
Straumann® Emdogain® and oral wound healing. A patient experience. - by Dr. A. Pandolfi
Recession coverage using the MCAT technique in conjunction with mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain®- live surgery by Dr. F. Rathe
Recession coverage using the MCAT technique in conjunction with mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain®- live surgery by Dr. F. Rathe

collacone® max

Calcium phosphate collagen cone

collacone® max is designed to fit perfectly into the void of the extraction socket and does not require rehydration before application. collacone® max may be applied both as a protective medium and temporary void filler in the extraction socket when performing an early implantation, or as a regenerative material that assists new bone formation in the case of delayed implantation.

Re-entry

To ensure integration of the material, it is recommended to wait about 6 months before re-entry.

Covering

It is recommended to cover the collacone® max, i.g. with a mucoderm® matrix, to prevent migration of granules.

Re-entry

To ensure integration of the material, it is recommended to wait about 6 months before re-entry.

Re-entry

To ensure integration of the material, it is recommended to wait about 6 months before re-entry.

Re-entry

To ensure integration of the material, it is recommended to wait about 6 months before re-entry.

Re-entry

To ensure integration of the material, it is recommended to wait about 6 months before re-entry.

Re-entry

To ensure integration of the material, it is recommended to wait about 6 months before re-entry.

Re-entry

To ensure integration of the material, it is recommended to wait about 6 months before re-entry.

Covering

It is recommended to cover the collacone® max, i.g. with a mucoderm® matrix, to prevent migration of granules.

Covering

It is recommended to cover the collacone® max, i.g. with a mucoderm® matrix, to prevent migration of granules.

Covering

It is recommended to cover the collacone® max, i.g. with a mucoderm® matrix, to prevent migration of granules.

Covering

It is recommended to cover the collacone® max, i.g. with a mucoderm® matrix, to prevent migration of granules.

Covering

It is recommended to cover the collacone® max, i.g. with a mucoderm® matrix, to prevent migration of granules.

Covering

It is recommended to cover the collacone® max, i.g. with a mucoderm® matrix, to prevent migration of granules.

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