mucoderm®

3D soft tissue graft

After placement, the patient’s blood infiltrates the mucoderm® graft through the three-dimensional soft tissue network, bringing host cells to the soft tissue graft surface and triggering the revascularization process. A significant revascularization may begin after the implantation depending on the health condition of the patient. mucoderm® offers a safe alternative to autologous connective tissue, suitable for a diverse range of soft tissue grafting indications.

Immobilization

Contact of mucoderm® with the periosteal wound bed and immobilization should be ensured by suturing the matrix to the periosteum using single-interrupted- or all-crossed sutures

Avoid sharp edges

Cutting the edges of a shortly rehydrated matrix prevent damage of the gingival tissue during flap closure

Tunnel technique

For the tunnel technique a prolonged, 10-20 min, rehydration time of the mucoderm® is recommended. Fixation of the matrix by single-interrupted- or allcrossed sutures is required.

Gingival recessions

Exposure of the mucoderm® matrix should always be avoided in recession coverage procedures. Make sure that the repositioned flap completely covers the mucoderm® matrix. Achieving primary closure over the mucoderm® graft allows blood vessels to penetrate and incorporate the soft tissue graft material. Early exposure may lead to soft tissue graft failure.

Straumann® Emdogain®

Gingival recessions may be treated using mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain® together in a single approach. Potential benefits of adding Straumann® Emdogain® to a root coverage procedure with mucoderm® are described in "Collagen matrix and enamel matrix derivative". Make always sure that Straumann® Emdogain® is applied all over the root surfaces before the mucoderm® matrix is placed over the roots.

Immobilization

Contact of mucoderm® with the periosteal wound bed and immobilization should be ensured by suturing the matrix to the periosteum using single-interrupted- or all-crossed sutures

Immobilization

Contact of mucoderm® with the periosteal wound bed and immobilization should be ensured by suturing the matrix to the periosteum using single-interrupted- or all-crossed sutures

Immobilization

Contact of mucoderm® with the periosteal wound bed and immobilization should be ensured by suturing the matrix to the periosteum using single-interrupted- or all-crossed sutures

Immobilization

Contact of mucoderm® with the periosteal wound bed and immobilization should be ensured by suturing the matrix to the periosteum using single-interrupted- or all-crossed sutures

Immobilization

Contact of mucoderm® with the periosteal wound bed and immobilization should be ensured by suturing the matrix to the periosteum using single-interrupted- or all-crossed sutures

Immobilization

Contact of mucoderm® with the periosteal wound bed and immobilization should be ensured by suturing the matrix to the periosteum using single-interrupted- or all-crossed sutures

Avoid sharp edges

Cutting the edges of a shortly rehydrated matrix prevent damage of the gingival tissue during flap closure

Avoid sharp edges

Cutting the edges of a shortly rehydrated matrix prevent damage of the gingival tissue during flap closure

Avoid sharp edges

Cutting the edges of a shortly rehydrated matrix prevent damage of the gingival tissue during flap closure

Avoid sharp edges

Cutting the edges of a shortly rehydrated matrix prevent damage of the gingival tissue during flap closure

Avoid sharp edges

Cutting the edges of a shortly rehydrated matrix prevent damage of the gingival tissue during flap closure

Avoid sharp edges

Cutting the edges of a shortly rehydrated matrix prevent damage of the gingival tissue during flap closure

Tunnel technique

For the tunnel technique a prolonged, 10-20 min, rehydration time of the mucoderm® is recommended. Fixation of the matrix by single-interrupted- or allcrossed sutures is required.

Tunnel technique

For the tunnel technique a prolonged, 10-20 min, rehydration time of the mucoderm® is recommended. Fixation of the matrix by single-interrupted- or allcrossed sutures is required.

Tunnel technique

For the tunnel technique a prolonged, 10-20 min, rehydration time of the mucoderm® is recommended. Fixation of the matrix by single-interrupted- or allcrossed sutures is required.

Tunnel technique

For the tunnel technique a prolonged, 10-20 min, rehydration time of the mucoderm® is recommended. Fixation of the matrix by single-interrupted- or allcrossed sutures is required.

Tunnel technique

For the tunnel technique a prolonged, 10-20 min, rehydration time of the mucoderm® is recommended. Fixation of the matrix by single-interrupted- or allcrossed sutures is required.

Tunnel technique

For the tunnel technique a prolonged, 10-20 min, rehydration time of the mucoderm® is recommended. Fixation of the matrix by single-interrupted- or allcrossed sutures is required.

Gingival recessions

Exposure of the mucoderm® matrix should always be avoided in recession coverage procedures. Make sure that the repositioned flap completely covers the mucoderm® matrix. Achieving primary closure over the mucoderm® graft allows blood vessels to penetrate and incorporate the soft tissue graft material. Early exposure may lead to soft tissue graft failure.

Gingival recessions

Exposure of the mucoderm® matrix should always be avoided in recession coverage procedures. Make sure that the repositioned flap completely covers the mucoderm® matrix. Achieving primary closure over the mucoderm® graft allows blood vessels to penetrate and incorporate the soft tissue graft material. Early exposure may lead to soft tissue graft failure.

Gingival recessions

Exposure of the mucoderm® matrix should always be avoided in recession coverage procedures. Make sure that the repositioned flap completely covers the mucoderm® matrix. Achieving primary closure over the mucoderm® graft allows blood vessels to penetrate and incorporate the soft tissue graft material. Early exposure may lead to soft tissue graft failure.

Gingival recessions

Exposure of the mucoderm® matrix should always be avoided in recession coverage procedures. Make sure that the repositioned flap completely covers the mucoderm® matrix. Achieving primary closure over the mucoderm® graft allows blood vessels to penetrate and incorporate the soft tissue graft material. Early exposure may lead to soft tissue graft failure.

Gingival recessions

Exposure of the mucoderm® matrix should always be avoided in recession coverage procedures. Make sure that the repositioned flap completely covers the mucoderm® matrix. Achieving primary closure over the mucoderm® graft allows blood vessels to penetrate and incorporate the soft tissue graft material. Early exposure may lead to soft tissue graft failure.

Gingival recessions

Exposure of the mucoderm® matrix should always be avoided in recession coverage procedures. Make sure that the repositioned flap completely covers the mucoderm® matrix. Achieving primary closure over the mucoderm® graft allows blood vessels to penetrate and incorporate the soft tissue graft material. Early exposure may lead to soft tissue graft failure.

Straumann® Emdogain®

Gingival recessions may be treated using mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain® together in a single approach. Potential benefits of adding Straumann® Emdogain® to a root coverage procedure with mucoderm® are described in "Collagen matrix and enamel matrix derivative". Make always sure that Straumann® Emdogain® is applied all over the root surfaces before the mucoderm® matrix is placed over the roots.

Straumann® Emdogain®

Gingival recessions may be treated using mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain® together in a single approach. Potential benefits of adding Straumann® Emdogain® to a root coverage procedure with mucoderm® are described in "Collagen matrix and enamel matrix derivative". Make always sure that Straumann® Emdogain® is applied all over the root surfaces before the mucoderm® matrix is placed over the roots.

Straumann® Emdogain®

Gingival recessions may be treated using mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain® together in a single approach. Potential benefits of adding Straumann® Emdogain® to a root coverage procedure with mucoderm® are described in "Collagen matrix and enamel matrix derivative". Make always sure that Straumann® Emdogain® is applied all over the root surfaces before the mucoderm® matrix is placed over the roots.

Straumann® Emdogain®

Gingival recessions may be treated using mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain® together in a single approach. Potential benefits of adding Straumann® Emdogain® to a root coverage procedure with mucoderm® are described in "Collagen matrix and enamel matrix derivative". Make always sure that Straumann® Emdogain® is applied all over the root surfaces before the mucoderm® matrix is placed over the roots.

Straumann® Emdogain®

Gingival recessions may be treated using mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain® together in a single approach. Potential benefits of adding Straumann® Emdogain® to a root coverage procedure with mucoderm® are described in "Collagen matrix and enamel matrix derivative". Make always sure that Straumann® Emdogain® is applied all over the root surfaces before the mucoderm® matrix is placed over the roots.

Straumann® Emdogain®

Gingival recessions may be treated using mucoderm® and Straumann® Emdogain® together in a single approach. Potential benefits of adding Straumann® Emdogain® to a root coverage procedure with mucoderm® are described in "Collagen matrix and enamel matrix derivative". Make always sure that Straumann® Emdogain® is applied all over the root surfaces before the mucoderm® matrix is placed over the roots.

cerabone® and mucoderm® for immediacy in esthetic zone -Dr. M Motta

Initial view of the case. Discoloration of 1.1 and mild class I gingival recession

botiss mucoderm® for treatment of single gingival recession - Clinical case

Initial clinical situation with Miller class 1 recession

Tooth extraction and socket sealing with mucoderm® - Dr. A. Rossi

Initial clinical situation showing strongly compromised tooth 21

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

Socket seal with mucoderm® punch

Intact socket following atraumatic tooth extraction

Multiple gingival recessions treated by MCAF in conjunction with mucoderm® - Kasaj

Pre-surgical clinical situation. Multiple adjacent gingival recessions at teeth 12,13 and 14.

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.

Immediate implantation with maxresorb® - Dr. M. Frosecchi

X-ray control before tooth extraction

botiss maxgraft® bonebuilder and vestibuloplasty with mucoderm® for ridge augmentation - Clinical case

Preoperative situation – Maxillary defect in area 14-16 (loss of implant 16 due to periimplantitis, tooth 14 extracted recently and area 15 already edentulous for a while)

Mucosal thickening around bone level implants - Dr. A. Puisys

Full-thickness flap preparation bucally and lingually

GBR and soft tissue augmentation with cerabone® and mucoderm® - H. Maghaireh & V. Ivancheva

Initial situation: missing teeth #11 & 12 and badly broken #21 root

Augmentation of a traumatic soft tissue defect-Rathe

Initial clinical situation with traumatic loss of tooth 21

GBR together with soft tissue augmentation with mucoderm® and maxresorb® - Scherg

Longitudinal fracture on the root resected tooth 21 with visible buccal fistula

Post extraction socket sealing with mucoderm® - Dr. M. Frosecchi

X-ray showing endodontic failure of the molar

Block augmentation with maxgraft® block and mucoderm® - Dr. K. Chmielewski

Initial situation before surgery. Patient lost central incisors 1 month ago due to endodontic failures

Regenerative corticotomy to compensate lower incisor malocclusion with cerabone® and mucoderm®

Initial view of the clinical case: Class III malocclusion
Treatment plan: Regenerative corticotomy (PAOO)

Soft tissue thickening with mucoderm® - Dr. G. de Deus

Initial clinical view of the case. Soft tissue dehiscence around implants 26.

Single gingival recession treated with the envelope technique in conjunction with mucoderm® - Kasaj

Gingival recession at tooth 13. Free gingival graft (FGG) of a previous surgery for root coverage visible.

Widening of the peri-implant keratinized mucosa-Horváth

Lack of sufficient keratinized mucosa following extensive horizontal ridge augmentation

Treatment of a soft tissue deficiency with mucoderm® - Dr. F. Rojas-Vizcaya

Initial clinical situation showing severe soft tissue loss

botiss mucoderm® for coverage of multiple recessions - clinical case by Dr. S. Stavar

Initial clinical situation. Multiple adjacent gingival recessions in regio 11-13.

botiss maxgraft® bonebuilder aesthetic reconstruction - Clinical case

Pre-operative clinical situation: changed color in the gingiva in the front maxilla

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Soft tissue augmentation using mucoderm® (2-year follow up) - live surgery by Dr. A. Pandolfi
Soft tissue augmentation using mucoderm® (2-year follow up) - live surgery by Dr. A. Pandolfi
Soft tissue thickening on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
Soft tissue thickening on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
Socket seal on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
Socket seal on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
Recession coverage using the MCAT technique and mucoderm® - live surgery by Dr. F. Rathe
Recession coverage using the MCAT technique and mucoderm® - live surgery by Dr. F. Rathe
Vestibuloplasty on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
Vestibuloplasty on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
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

Jason® membrane

Native pericardium membrane for GBR/GTR

Due to the unique production process, the superior properties of the native pericardium are preserved during the extensive cleaning procedure that is applied for the production of Jason® membrane. Therefore, Jason® membrane shows a natural honeycomb-like, multilayered collagen structure with an increased content of collagen type III leading to a remarkable tear resistance to and a slow degradation of Jason® membrane. This ensures a natural long barrier function, making the Jason® membrane our recommended choice particularly for large augmentative procedures.

Rehydration

The Jason® membrane can be applied dry or pre-hydrated in sterile saline solution or blood from the defect. The initial placement of the dry membrane with subsequent application of the graft material is particularly advantageous for lateral augmentations. After rehydration the membrane can be folded over the defect.

Fixation

Jason® membrane exhibits a remarkable multi-directional tear resistance. Therefore, it can easily be pinned, sutured or even screwed without rupturing.

Exposure

Exposure of Jason® membrane should be avoided, since fast bacterial resorption significantly reduces the barrier function of the thin Jason® membrane. In case of an unstable soft tissue situation or if you expect a wound dehiscence to occur, it is recommended to cover the membrane with a Jason® fleece (where applicable, soaked in antibiotics) to protect the healing area. In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by formation of free granulation tissue.

Shaping

Jason® membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors - while maintaining sterility. It may be helpful to use appropriate templates for defining the required size of the membrane.

Placement

Jason® membrane has one rough and one slightly smoother surface. The smoother, fine structured side is marked „G“ at the top right corner and should be placed towards the gingiva. The rougher side should face the bone. However, there is no problem if the membrane is placed the other way around, since the long-term barrier function of the membrane will still provide sufficient protection for the regeneration site.

Rehydration

The Jason® membrane can be applied dry or pre-hydrated in sterile saline solution or blood from the defect. The initial placement of the dry membrane with subsequent application of the graft material is particularly advantageous for lateral augmentations. After rehydration the membrane can be folded over the defect.

Rehydration

The Jason® membrane can be applied dry or pre-hydrated in sterile saline solution or blood from the defect. The initial placement of the dry membrane with subsequent application of the graft material is particularly advantageous for lateral augmentations. After rehydration the membrane can be folded over the defect.

Rehydration

The Jason® membrane can be applied dry or pre-hydrated in sterile saline solution or blood from the defect. The initial placement of the dry membrane with subsequent application of the graft material is particularly advantageous for lateral augmentations. After rehydration the membrane can be folded over the defect.

Rehydration

The Jason® membrane can be applied dry or pre-hydrated in sterile saline solution or blood from the defect. The initial placement of the dry membrane with subsequent application of the graft material is particularly advantageous for lateral augmentations. After rehydration the membrane can be folded over the defect.

Rehydration

The Jason® membrane can be applied dry or pre-hydrated in sterile saline solution or blood from the defect. The initial placement of the dry membrane with subsequent application of the graft material is particularly advantageous for lateral augmentations. After rehydration the membrane can be folded over the defect.

Rehydration

The Jason® membrane can be applied dry or pre-hydrated in sterile saline solution or blood from the defect. The initial placement of the dry membrane with subsequent application of the graft material is particularly advantageous for lateral augmentations. After rehydration the membrane can be folded over the defect.

Fixation

Jason® membrane exhibits a remarkable multi-directional tear resistance. Therefore, it can easily be pinned, sutured or even screwed without rupturing.

Fixation

Jason® membrane exhibits a remarkable multi-directional tear resistance. Therefore, it can easily be pinned, sutured or even screwed without rupturing.

Fixation

Jason® membrane exhibits a remarkable multi-directional tear resistance. Therefore, it can easily be pinned, sutured or even screwed without rupturing.

Fixation

Jason® membrane exhibits a remarkable multi-directional tear resistance. Therefore, it can easily be pinned, sutured or even screwed without rupturing.

Fixation

Jason® membrane exhibits a remarkable multi-directional tear resistance. Therefore, it can easily be pinned, sutured or even screwed without rupturing.

Fixation

Jason® membrane exhibits a remarkable multi-directional tear resistance. Therefore, it can easily be pinned, sutured or even screwed without rupturing.

Exposure

Exposure of Jason® membrane should be avoided, since fast bacterial resorption significantly reduces the barrier function of the thin Jason® membrane. In case of an unstable soft tissue situation or if you expect a wound dehiscence to occur, it is recommended to cover the membrane with a Jason® fleece (where applicable, soaked in antibiotics) to protect the healing area. In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by formation of free granulation tissue.

Exposure

Exposure of Jason® membrane should be avoided, since fast bacterial resorption significantly reduces the barrier function of the thin Jason® membrane. In case of an unstable soft tissue situation or if you expect a wound dehiscence to occur, it is recommended to cover the membrane with a Jason® fleece (where applicable, soaked in antibiotics) to protect the healing area. In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by formation of free granulation tissue.

Exposure

Exposure of Jason® membrane should be avoided, since fast bacterial resorption significantly reduces the barrier function of the thin Jason® membrane. In case of an unstable soft tissue situation or if you expect a wound dehiscence to occur, it is recommended to cover the membrane with a Jason® fleece (where applicable, soaked in antibiotics) to protect the healing area. In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by formation of free granulation tissue.

Exposure

Exposure of Jason® membrane should be avoided, since fast bacterial resorption significantly reduces the barrier function of the thin Jason® membrane. In case of an unstable soft tissue situation or if you expect a wound dehiscence to occur, it is recommended to cover the membrane with a Jason® fleece (where applicable, soaked in antibiotics) to protect the healing area. In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by formation of free granulation tissue.

Exposure

Exposure of Jason® membrane should be avoided, since fast bacterial resorption significantly reduces the barrier function of the thin Jason® membrane. In case of an unstable soft tissue situation or if you expect a wound dehiscence to occur, it is recommended to cover the membrane with a Jason® fleece (where applicable, soaked in antibiotics) to protect the healing area. In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by formation of free granulation tissue.

Exposure

Exposure of Jason® membrane should be avoided, since fast bacterial resorption significantly reduces the barrier function of the thin Jason® membrane. In case of an unstable soft tissue situation or if you expect a wound dehiscence to occur, it is recommended to cover the membrane with a Jason® fleece (where applicable, soaked in antibiotics) to protect the healing area. In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by formation of free granulation tissue.

Shaping

Jason® membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors - while maintaining sterility. It may be helpful to use appropriate templates for defining the required size of the membrane.

Shaping

Jason® membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors - while maintaining sterility. It may be helpful to use appropriate templates for defining the required size of the membrane.

Shaping

Jason® membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors - while maintaining sterility. It may be helpful to use appropriate templates for defining the required size of the membrane.

Shaping

Jason® membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors - while maintaining sterility. It may be helpful to use appropriate templates for defining the required size of the membrane.

Shaping

Jason® membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors - while maintaining sterility. It may be helpful to use appropriate templates for defining the required size of the membrane.

Shaping

Jason® membrane can be cut to the desired shape and size with a pair of scissors - while maintaining sterility. It may be helpful to use appropriate templates for defining the required size of the membrane.

Placement

Jason® membrane has one rough and one slightly smoother surface. The smoother, fine structured side is marked „G“ at the top right corner and should be placed towards the gingiva. The rougher side should face the bone. However, there is no problem if the membrane is placed the other way around, since the long-term barrier function of the membrane will still provide sufficient protection for the regeneration site.

Placement

Jason® membrane has one rough and one slightly smoother surface. The smoother, fine structured side is marked „G“ at the top right corner and should be placed towards the gingiva. The rougher side should face the bone. However, there is no problem if the membrane is placed the other way around, since the long-term barrier function of the membrane will still provide sufficient protection for the regeneration site.

Placement

Jason® membrane has one rough and one slightly smoother surface. The smoother, fine structured side is marked „G“ at the top right corner and should be placed towards the gingiva. The rougher side should face the bone. However, there is no problem if the membrane is placed the other way around, since the long-term barrier function of the membrane will still provide sufficient protection for the regeneration site.

Placement

Jason® membrane has one rough and one slightly smoother surface. The smoother, fine structured side is marked „G“ at the top right corner and should be placed towards the gingiva. The rougher side should face the bone. However, there is no problem if the membrane is placed the other way around, since the long-term barrier function of the membrane will still provide sufficient protection for the regeneration site.

Placement

Jason® membrane has one rough and one slightly smoother surface. The smoother, fine structured side is marked „G“ at the top right corner and should be placed towards the gingiva. The rougher side should face the bone. However, there is no problem if the membrane is placed the other way around, since the long-term barrier function of the membrane will still provide sufficient protection for the regeneration site.

Placement

Jason® membrane has one rough and one slightly smoother surface. The smoother, fine structured side is marked „G“ at the top right corner and should be placed towards the gingiva. The rougher side should face the bone. However, there is no problem if the membrane is placed the other way around, since the long-term barrier function of the membrane will still provide sufficient protection for the regeneration site.

botiss cerabone® & Jason® membrane for GBR - Clinical case by Prof. Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel

Instable bridge situation with abscess formation at tooth #15 after apicoectomy

botiss cerabone® & Jason® membrane for GBR - Clinical case by Dr. S. Kovalevsky

Implant insertion in atrophic alveolar ridge

Restoration of all four incisors with two maxgraft® bonering - Dr. B Giesenhagen

Initial situation pre-op: Central incisors with mobility 3

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

Three-dimensional augmentation with maxgraft® cortico - Dr. R. Würdinger

Model of the initial defect computed from a CBCT scan - buccal view

Augmentation with maxgraft® cortico - Dr. K. Chmielewski

Preparation of a single tooth defect with severely resorbed vestibular wall

Immediate implant placement and regeneration of ridge using an allograft bone ring and Jason® membrane - Drs. Miller and Korn

60-year-old female patient presented with a chronic infection on tooth #11.
Since she has a high lip line matching the gingival margins of the adjacent central incisor and creating a root eminence is extremely important. For these reasons, the treatment of choice was an allograft bone ring enabling immediate placement of the dental implant with simultaneous regeneration of her ridge.

Full bone regeneration in extraction socket augmented with maxgraft® and Jason® membrane – Dr. C. Landsberg

Initial clinical situation: 9 mm pocket depth associated with root fracture

GBR with cerabone® and Jason® membrane in the front tooth region - Dr. H. Maghaireh

Initial clinical situation with gum recession and labial bone loss eight weeks following tooth extraction

botiss maxgraft® bonebuilder for atrophic maxilla reconstruction - Clinical case

Pre-operative clinical situation: severe atrophy of the maxillary bone

bone augmentation in the aesthetic zone with maxgraft® bonering -Dr. R. Cutts

Clinical situation: 71-old patient with atrial fibrillation and Warfarin medication

botiss maxgraft® bonebuilder and vestibuloplasty with mucoderm® for ridge augmentation - Clinical case

Preoperative situation – Maxillary defect in area 14-16 (loss of implant 16 due to periimplantitis, tooth 14 extracted recently and area 15 already edentulous for a while)

botiss cerabone® & Jason® membrane for horizontal augmentation - Clinical case by Dr. M. Steigmann

Three implants placed in a narrow posterior mandible

botiss cerabone® & Jason® membrane for block augmentation with autologous bone blocks - clinical case by Dr. S. Stavar

Initial clinical situation with single tooth gap in regio 21

botiss cerabone® & Jason® membrane for GBR - clinical case by Dr. S. Stavar

Initial clinical situation with broken bridge abutment in regio 12 and tooth 21 not worth preserving

Advanced vertical augmentation in posterior maxilla with maxgraft® bonering - Dr. A. Isser

Initial situation 57-year old female patient. X-ray scan reveals severe bone loss due to inflammation in region 13. Treatment plan was extraction of teeth 13 and 14 and augmentation after healing.

GBR with Jason membrane® and cerabone® - D. Fontana

Lateral view of the defect in the posterior right maxilla.

botiss maxresorb®, Jason fleece® and collprotect® membrane for sinus lift and simultaneous implantation - case by Dr. F. Kistler

DVT image demonstrating horizontal and vertical amount of bone available

Immediate implantation with maxresorb® inject - Dr. D. Jelušić

Preoperative Ortopantomogram of the teeth planned for extraction

Sinus Floor Elevation with maxgraft® bonering and subcrestal implantation in an eggshell thin sinus - Dr. K. Chmielewski

Initial situation: X-ray scan reveals eggshell thin sinus floor (1-3 mm) on both sites of the maxilla; green areas indicate the planned maxgraft® bonerings and red areas the planned implants

Immediate implant placement and correction of horizontal and vertical bone loss using an allograft bone ring, cerabone® and Jason® membrane - Drs. Miller and Korn

The patient presented with pathologic mobility of upper left central incisor. Radiographic examination revealed significant circumferential attachment loss with an unfavorable crown to root ratio.

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Immediate implantation and augmentation by Dr. Derk Siebers
Immediate implantation and augmentation by Dr. Derk Siebers
Lateral sinus lift one-stage by Dr. Derk Siebers
Lateral sinus lift one-stage by Dr. Derk Siebers
Lateral sinus lift with maxresorb®
Lateral sinus lift with maxresorb®
Immediate tissue augmentation technique with application of cerabone® and Jason® membrane
Immediate tissue augmentation technique with application of cerabone® and Jason® membrane
Lateral sinus lift one-stage by Dr. Derk Siebers
Lateral sinus lift one-stage by Dr. Derk Siebers
Lateral augmentation on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
Lateral augmentation on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
GBR with cerabone® and Jason® membrane – Dr. Alfonso Caiazzo (Italy)
GBR with cerabone® and Jason® membrane – Dr. Alfonso Caiazzo (Italy)
Ridge preservation by Dr. Derk Siebers
Ridge preservation by Dr. Derk Siebers
Augmentation of dehiscence defect by Dr. Marius Steigmann
Augmentation of dehiscence defect by Dr. Marius Steigmann
Lateral one-stage sinus lift with cerabone® and Jason® membrane – Dr. Massimo Frosecchi (Italy)
Lateral one-stage sinus lift with cerabone® and Jason® membrane – Dr. Massimo Frosecchi (Italy)

collprotect® membrane

Native collagen membrane

The unique processing as well as the open-porous and the three-dimensional collagen structure of collprotect® membrane are the basis for its safe application in dental bone and tissue regeneration. Owing to its natural hemostyptic function, the membrane enables early wound stabilization, thus supporting the natural wound healing. The rough surface of collprotect® membrane facilitates a fast integration into the surrounding soft tissue.

Shaping

The membrane can easily be cut-to-size with scissors or a scalpel to fit the defect. It is recommended to cut the membrane in dry status prior to application, although shaping the membrane after rehydration is also possible.

Fixation

Normally, fixation is not necessary, because of the excellent ability of the collprotect® membrane to adhere to the underlying tissue as well as adapt to surface contours. However, the collprotect® membrane supports suturing and pinning if required.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Nevertheless, exposure of the membrane should be avoided since the fast bacterial resorption that occurs significantly reduces the barrier function of the membrane. In cases of unstable soft tissue situations, or if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur, it is recommended to cover the collprotect® membrane with a Jason® fleece for protection of the wound healing area (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Lateral augmentation

For lateral augmentation it is advantageous to place the dry membrane upright in the defect initially, and then fill the defect with a graft material. After rehydration the membrane may be turned down over the defect.

Protection of the Schneiderian membrane

To protect the Schneiderian membrane from damage, a membrane may be introduced before filling the sinus cavity with the bone graft material.

Shaping

The membrane can easily be cut-to-size with scissors or a scalpel to fit the defect. It is recommended to cut the membrane in dry status prior to application, although shaping the membrane after rehydration is also possible.

Shaping

The membrane can easily be cut-to-size with scissors or a scalpel to fit the defect. It is recommended to cut the membrane in dry status prior to application, although shaping the membrane after rehydration is also possible.

Shaping

The membrane can easily be cut-to-size with scissors or a scalpel to fit the defect. It is recommended to cut the membrane in dry status prior to application, although shaping the membrane after rehydration is also possible.

Shaping

The membrane can easily be cut-to-size with scissors or a scalpel to fit the defect. It is recommended to cut the membrane in dry status prior to application, although shaping the membrane after rehydration is also possible.

Shaping

The membrane can easily be cut-to-size with scissors or a scalpel to fit the defect. It is recommended to cut the membrane in dry status prior to application, although shaping the membrane after rehydration is also possible.

Shaping

The membrane can easily be cut-to-size with scissors or a scalpel to fit the defect. It is recommended to cut the membrane in dry status prior to application, although shaping the membrane after rehydration is also possible.

Fixation

Normally, fixation is not necessary, because of the excellent ability of the collprotect® membrane to adhere to the underlying tissue as well as adapt to surface contours. However, the collprotect® membrane supports suturing and pinning if required.

Fixation

Normally, fixation is not necessary, because of the excellent ability of the collprotect® membrane to adhere to the underlying tissue as well as adapt to surface contours. However, the collprotect® membrane supports suturing and pinning if required.

Fixation

Normally, fixation is not necessary, because of the excellent ability of the collprotect® membrane to adhere to the underlying tissue as well as adapt to surface contours. However, the collprotect® membrane supports suturing and pinning if required.

Fixation

Normally, fixation is not necessary, because of the excellent ability of the collprotect® membrane to adhere to the underlying tissue as well as adapt to surface contours. However, the collprotect® membrane supports suturing and pinning if required.

Fixation

Normally, fixation is not necessary, because of the excellent ability of the collprotect® membrane to adhere to the underlying tissue as well as adapt to surface contours. However, the collprotect® membrane supports suturing and pinning if required.

Fixation

Normally, fixation is not necessary, because of the excellent ability of the collprotect® membrane to adhere to the underlying tissue as well as adapt to surface contours. However, the collprotect® membrane supports suturing and pinning if required.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Nevertheless, exposure of the membrane should be avoided since the fast bacterial resorption that occurs significantly reduces the barrier function of the membrane. In cases of unstable soft tissue situations, or if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur, it is recommended to cover the collprotect® membrane with a Jason® fleece for protection of the wound healing area (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Nevertheless, exposure of the membrane should be avoided since the fast bacterial resorption that occurs significantly reduces the barrier function of the membrane. In cases of unstable soft tissue situations, or if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur, it is recommended to cover the collprotect® membrane with a Jason® fleece for protection of the wound healing area (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Nevertheless, exposure of the membrane should be avoided since the fast bacterial resorption that occurs significantly reduces the barrier function of the membrane. In cases of unstable soft tissue situations, or if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur, it is recommended to cover the collprotect® membrane with a Jason® fleece for protection of the wound healing area (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Nevertheless, exposure of the membrane should be avoided since the fast bacterial resorption that occurs significantly reduces the barrier function of the membrane. In cases of unstable soft tissue situations, or if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur, it is recommended to cover the collprotect® membrane with a Jason® fleece for protection of the wound healing area (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Nevertheless, exposure of the membrane should be avoided since the fast bacterial resorption that occurs significantly reduces the barrier function of the membrane. In cases of unstable soft tissue situations, or if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur, it is recommended to cover the collprotect® membrane with a Jason® fleece for protection of the wound healing area (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Nevertheless, exposure of the membrane should be avoided since the fast bacterial resorption that occurs significantly reduces the barrier function of the membrane. In cases of unstable soft tissue situations, or if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur, it is recommended to cover the collprotect® membrane with a Jason® fleece for protection of the wound healing area (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Lateral augmentation

For lateral augmentation it is advantageous to place the dry membrane upright in the defect initially, and then fill the defect with a graft material. After rehydration the membrane may be turned down over the defect.

Lateral augmentation

For lateral augmentation it is advantageous to place the dry membrane upright in the defect initially, and then fill the defect with a graft material. After rehydration the membrane may be turned down over the defect.

Lateral augmentation

For lateral augmentation it is advantageous to place the dry membrane upright in the defect initially, and then fill the defect with a graft material. After rehydration the membrane may be turned down over the defect.

Lateral augmentation

For lateral augmentation it is advantageous to place the dry membrane upright in the defect initially, and then fill the defect with a graft material. After rehydration the membrane may be turned down over the defect.

Lateral augmentation

For lateral augmentation it is advantageous to place the dry membrane upright in the defect initially, and then fill the defect with a graft material. After rehydration the membrane may be turned down over the defect.

Lateral augmentation

For lateral augmentation it is advantageous to place the dry membrane upright in the defect initially, and then fill the defect with a graft material. After rehydration the membrane may be turned down over the defect.

Protection of the Schneiderian membrane

To protect the Schneiderian membrane from damage, a membrane may be introduced before filling the sinus cavity with the bone graft material.

Protection of the Schneiderian membrane

To protect the Schneiderian membrane from damage, a membrane may be introduced before filling the sinus cavity with the bone graft material.

Protection of the Schneiderian membrane

To protect the Schneiderian membrane from damage, a membrane may be introduced before filling the sinus cavity with the bone graft material.

Protection of the Schneiderian membrane

To protect the Schneiderian membrane from damage, a membrane may be introduced before filling the sinus cavity with the bone graft material.

Protection of the Schneiderian membrane

To protect the Schneiderian membrane from damage, a membrane may be introduced before filling the sinus cavity with the bone graft material.

Protection of the Schneiderian membrane

To protect the Schneiderian membrane from damage, a membrane may be introduced before filling the sinus cavity with the bone graft material.

botiss maxresorb® and collprotect® membrane for bone splitting - case by Dr J Neugebauer

Surgical presentation of the alveolar ridge with reduced amount of horizontal bone available

Lateral sinus lift with maxresorb® and collprotect® membrane - Dr. Frank Kistler

DVT control after sinusitis surgery, residual bone height 1 mm

Horizontal ridge augmentation with maxgraft® cortico - M.Sc. E. Kapogianni

OPG of the initial situation – provision of missing denture in regio 44 to 47 by a resin-retained bridge

botiss cerabone® & collprotect® membrane for GBR - Clinical case by Dr. V. Kalenchuk

Clinical situation with narrow alveolar ridge in the lower jaw

Block augmentation with maxresorb®, collprotect® membrane & autologous bone blocks - Prof. Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel

Extended horizontal and vertical defect of the maxilla following tumor resection and reconstruction with a scapula graft

Sinus lift one-stage with cerabone® and collprotect® membrane - Dr. V. Kalenchuk

Clinical situation of the edentulous distal maxilla before the surgery

GBR with maxresorb® and collprotect® membrane - Dr. G. Bayer

DVT image showing the reduced amount of bone available in the area of the mental foramen

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Ice-cone cream technique with maxresorb® and collprotect® – Dr. Alfonso Caiazzo (Italy)
Ice-cone cream technique with maxresorb® and collprotect® – Dr. Alfonso Caiazzo (Italy)

collacone®

Natural collagen cone

After tooth removal, the healing of an extraction socket requires the formation and maturation of a blood clot, followed by the infiltration of fibroblasts that replace the coagulum; finally, the application of a provisional matrix allows the formation of new bone tissue. The spongy structure of collacone® ensures an easy and fast application in extraction sockets. Notably, the structure of the cone is maintained after insertion into the defect.

Application and shaping

After opening the package, the collacone® is taken out with dry sterile instruments, placed and lightly pressed onto the cleaned wound with swabs. The collacone® can easily be cut to the necessary size with a sterile pair of scissors.

Rehydration

Generally, dry application of collacone® is recommended, since soaking or moistening the cone prior to implantation may impair its hemostatic properties. At the defect site the fleece rapidly soaks up blood. The collacone® maintains integrity in the presence of blood and during application.

Fixation

At contact with the wet wound surface, the collacone® sticks to the wound and forms a gel like bond with the blood. Fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help keeping the cone in place when applied in extraction sockets.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction.

Application and shaping

After opening the package, the collacone® is taken out with dry sterile instruments, placed and lightly pressed onto the cleaned wound with swabs. The collacone® can easily be cut to the necessary size with a sterile pair of scissors.

Application and shaping

After opening the package, the collacone® is taken out with dry sterile instruments, placed and lightly pressed onto the cleaned wound with swabs. The collacone® can easily be cut to the necessary size with a sterile pair of scissors.

Application and shaping

After opening the package, the collacone® is taken out with dry sterile instruments, placed and lightly pressed onto the cleaned wound with swabs. The collacone® can easily be cut to the necessary size with a sterile pair of scissors.

Application and shaping

After opening the package, the collacone® is taken out with dry sterile instruments, placed and lightly pressed onto the cleaned wound with swabs. The collacone® can easily be cut to the necessary size with a sterile pair of scissors.

Application and shaping

After opening the package, the collacone® is taken out with dry sterile instruments, placed and lightly pressed onto the cleaned wound with swabs. The collacone® can easily be cut to the necessary size with a sterile pair of scissors.

Application and shaping

After opening the package, the collacone® is taken out with dry sterile instruments, placed and lightly pressed onto the cleaned wound with swabs. The collacone® can easily be cut to the necessary size with a sterile pair of scissors.

Rehydration

Generally, dry application of collacone® is recommended, since soaking or moistening the cone prior to implantation may impair its hemostatic properties. At the defect site the fleece rapidly soaks up blood. The collacone® maintains integrity in the presence of blood and during application.

Rehydration

Generally, dry application of collacone® is recommended, since soaking or moistening the cone prior to implantation may impair its hemostatic properties. At the defect site the fleece rapidly soaks up blood. The collacone® maintains integrity in the presence of blood and during application.

Rehydration

Generally, dry application of collacone® is recommended, since soaking or moistening the cone prior to implantation may impair its hemostatic properties. At the defect site the fleece rapidly soaks up blood. The collacone® maintains integrity in the presence of blood and during application.

Rehydration

Generally, dry application of collacone® is recommended, since soaking or moistening the cone prior to implantation may impair its hemostatic properties. At the defect site the fleece rapidly soaks up blood. The collacone® maintains integrity in the presence of blood and during application.

Rehydration

Generally, dry application of collacone® is recommended, since soaking or moistening the cone prior to implantation may impair its hemostatic properties. At the defect site the fleece rapidly soaks up blood. The collacone® maintains integrity in the presence of blood and during application.

Rehydration

Generally, dry application of collacone® is recommended, since soaking or moistening the cone prior to implantation may impair its hemostatic properties. At the defect site the fleece rapidly soaks up blood. The collacone® maintains integrity in the presence of blood and during application.

Fixation

At contact with the wet wound surface, the collacone® sticks to the wound and forms a gel like bond with the blood. Fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help keeping the cone in place when applied in extraction sockets.

Fixation

At contact with the wet wound surface, the collacone® sticks to the wound and forms a gel like bond with the blood. Fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help keeping the cone in place when applied in extraction sockets.

Fixation

At contact with the wet wound surface, the collacone® sticks to the wound and forms a gel like bond with the blood. Fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help keeping the cone in place when applied in extraction sockets.

Fixation

At contact with the wet wound surface, the collacone® sticks to the wound and forms a gel like bond with the blood. Fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help keeping the cone in place when applied in extraction sockets.

Fixation

At contact with the wet wound surface, the collacone® sticks to the wound and forms a gel like bond with the blood. Fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help keeping the cone in place when applied in extraction sockets.

Fixation

At contact with the wet wound surface, the collacone® sticks to the wound and forms a gel like bond with the blood. Fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help keeping the cone in place when applied in extraction sockets.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound usually heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction.

Socket preservation with collacone® - Dr. K. Chmielewski

Central and lateral incisors are planned for extraction

Ridge augmentation with maxgraft® bonebuilder and sinus floor elevation – Dr. K.P. Schiechl

Initial clinical situation: Bone defect in the upper right maxilla (teeth #14-16)

Socket preservation with permamem® - Dr. R. Rannula

Situation after tooth extraction.

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Jason® fleece

Resorbable collagen sponge

After adhesion to the collagen fibrils, platelets aggregate and release coagulation factors by degranulation. This initiates the coagulation cascade that leads to hemostasis. Jason® fleece promotes the formation and stabilization of the blood coagulum and can be applied for wound protection and to support wound healing (i.e. biopsy harvesting sites, coverage of augmentation sites). Jason® fleece is completely resorbed by the body’s own processes within two to four weeks. Jason® fleece is also available preloaded with Gentamycin (Jason® G).

Shaping

The Jason® fleece can be cut to the required size with a pair of scissors before application onto the wound or insertion into the wound. Should greater amounts of fleece be required for haemostasis, the excess material must be removed before the wound is closed. Over-packing the wound with collagen should be avoided.

Fixation

Fixation of the Jason® fleece by sutures or pins is not possible, but also not needed. After shaping, the fleece is carefully pressed onto the wound site with a clamp or a pair of tweezers until the fibrin ensures adhesion of the fleece to the wound site. An indirect fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help to keep the fleece in place when applied in extraction sockets or soft tissue harvesting sites.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Application of a Jason® fleece on top of a barrier membrane is recommended in unstable soft tissue situations, or for protection of the wound healing area if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Rehydration

Generally, the Jason® fleece is applied dry, because soaking or moistening the fleece prior to implantation may impair its haemostatic properties. The Jason® fleece soaks up blood rapidly at the defect site. Pre-hydration of Jason® G may result in prematurely eluting the water soluble gentamicin sulphate.

Shaping

The Jason® fleece can be cut to the required size with a pair of scissors before application onto the wound or insertion into the wound. Should greater amounts of fleece be required for haemostasis, the excess material must be removed before the wound is closed. Over-packing the wound with collagen should be avoided.

Shaping

The Jason® fleece can be cut to the required size with a pair of scissors before application onto the wound or insertion into the wound. Should greater amounts of fleece be required for haemostasis, the excess material must be removed before the wound is closed. Over-packing the wound with collagen should be avoided.

Shaping

The Jason® fleece can be cut to the required size with a pair of scissors before application onto the wound or insertion into the wound. Should greater amounts of fleece be required for haemostasis, the excess material must be removed before the wound is closed. Over-packing the wound with collagen should be avoided.

Shaping

The Jason® fleece can be cut to the required size with a pair of scissors before application onto the wound or insertion into the wound. Should greater amounts of fleece be required for haemostasis, the excess material must be removed before the wound is closed. Over-packing the wound with collagen should be avoided.

Shaping

The Jason® fleece can be cut to the required size with a pair of scissors before application onto the wound or insertion into the wound. Should greater amounts of fleece be required for haemostasis, the excess material must be removed before the wound is closed. Over-packing the wound with collagen should be avoided.

Shaping

The Jason® fleece can be cut to the required size with a pair of scissors before application onto the wound or insertion into the wound. Should greater amounts of fleece be required for haemostasis, the excess material must be removed before the wound is closed. Over-packing the wound with collagen should be avoided.

Fixation

Fixation of the Jason® fleece by sutures or pins is not possible, but also not needed. After shaping, the fleece is carefully pressed onto the wound site with a clamp or a pair of tweezers until the fibrin ensures adhesion of the fleece to the wound site. An indirect fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help to keep the fleece in place when applied in extraction sockets or soft tissue harvesting sites.

Fixation

Fixation of the Jason® fleece by sutures or pins is not possible, but also not needed. After shaping, the fleece is carefully pressed onto the wound site with a clamp or a pair of tweezers until the fibrin ensures adhesion of the fleece to the wound site. An indirect fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help to keep the fleece in place when applied in extraction sockets or soft tissue harvesting sites.

Fixation

Fixation of the Jason® fleece by sutures or pins is not possible, but also not needed. After shaping, the fleece is carefully pressed onto the wound site with a clamp or a pair of tweezers until the fibrin ensures adhesion of the fleece to the wound site. An indirect fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help to keep the fleece in place when applied in extraction sockets or soft tissue harvesting sites.

Fixation

Fixation of the Jason® fleece by sutures or pins is not possible, but also not needed. After shaping, the fleece is carefully pressed onto the wound site with a clamp or a pair of tweezers until the fibrin ensures adhesion of the fleece to the wound site. An indirect fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help to keep the fleece in place when applied in extraction sockets or soft tissue harvesting sites.

Fixation

Fixation of the Jason® fleece by sutures or pins is not possible, but also not needed. After shaping, the fleece is carefully pressed onto the wound site with a clamp or a pair of tweezers until the fibrin ensures adhesion of the fleece to the wound site. An indirect fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help to keep the fleece in place when applied in extraction sockets or soft tissue harvesting sites.

Fixation

Fixation of the Jason® fleece by sutures or pins is not possible, but also not needed. After shaping, the fleece is carefully pressed onto the wound site with a clamp or a pair of tweezers until the fibrin ensures adhesion of the fleece to the wound site. An indirect fixation by cross- or holding sutures could help to keep the fleece in place when applied in extraction sockets or soft tissue harvesting sites.

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Application of a Jason® fleece on top of a barrier membrane is recommended in unstable soft tissue situations, or for protection of the wound healing area if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Application of a Jason® fleece on top of a barrier membrane is recommended in unstable soft tissue situations, or for protection of the wound healing area if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Application of a Jason® fleece on top of a barrier membrane is recommended in unstable soft tissue situations, or for protection of the wound healing area if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Application of a Jason® fleece on top of a barrier membrane is recommended in unstable soft tissue situations, or for protection of the wound healing area if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Application of a Jason® fleece on top of a barrier membrane is recommended in unstable soft tissue situations, or for protection of the wound healing area if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Exposure

In case of a dehiscence the wound heals without complications by granulation tissue formation and free contraction. Application of a Jason® fleece on top of a barrier membrane is recommended in unstable soft tissue situations, or for protection of the wound healing area if a wound dehiscence is expected to occur (soaked with antibiotics, where applicable).

Rehydration

Generally, the Jason® fleece is applied dry, because soaking or moistening the fleece prior to implantation may impair its haemostatic properties. The Jason® fleece soaks up blood rapidly at the defect site. Pre-hydration of Jason® G may result in prematurely eluting the water soluble gentamicin sulphate.

Rehydration

Generally, the Jason® fleece is applied dry, because soaking or moistening the fleece prior to implantation may impair its haemostatic properties. The Jason® fleece soaks up blood rapidly at the defect site. Pre-hydration of Jason® G may result in prematurely eluting the water soluble gentamicin sulphate.

Rehydration

Generally, the Jason® fleece is applied dry, because soaking or moistening the fleece prior to implantation may impair its haemostatic properties. The Jason® fleece soaks up blood rapidly at the defect site. Pre-hydration of Jason® G may result in prematurely eluting the water soluble gentamicin sulphate.

Rehydration

Generally, the Jason® fleece is applied dry, because soaking or moistening the fleece prior to implantation may impair its haemostatic properties. The Jason® fleece soaks up blood rapidly at the defect site. Pre-hydration of Jason® G may result in prematurely eluting the water soluble gentamicin sulphate.

Rehydration

Generally, the Jason® fleece is applied dry, because soaking or moistening the fleece prior to implantation may impair its haemostatic properties. The Jason® fleece soaks up blood rapidly at the defect site. Pre-hydration of Jason® G may result in prematurely eluting the water soluble gentamicin sulphate.

Rehydration

Generally, the Jason® fleece is applied dry, because soaking or moistening the fleece prior to implantation may impair its haemostatic properties. The Jason® fleece soaks up blood rapidly at the defect site. Pre-hydration of Jason® G may result in prematurely eluting the water soluble gentamicin sulphate.

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Sinus lift one-stage with maxresorb® inject
Sinus lift one-stage with maxresorb® inject