cerabone® - natural bovine bone grafting material

cerabone®

Natural bovine bone grafting material
Owing to its reliability and treatment predictability, bovine bone grafting material is the material of choice for the majority of dentists. cerabone® is a highly reliable, dimensionally stable and safe bone graft. It is derived from the mineral phase of bovine bone, which shows strong resemblance to the human bone with regard to chemical composition, porosity, and surface structure.
  • Socket and ridge preservation
  • Furcation defects (class I-II)
  • Ridge augmentation
  • Peri-implant defects
  • Intraosseous defects (1-3 walls)
  • Sinus lift

Rehydration

Rehydration in blood from the defect site or saline solution is not necessary but facilitates handling and application since the wetted cerabone® granules stick together.

Particle compression

Avoid compressing the particles excessively during application; less packed particles leave space for blood vessel ingrowth and formation of new bone matrix.

Healing time

A healing time of at least 6 months is recommended before re-entry to ensure stable integration of the particles.

Mixing of material

Mixing of cerabone® with autologous bone bring about a biological activity (osteo-inductive and osteo-genetic properties of autologous bone) and supports faster regeneration and improved formation of new bone.

  • Natural bovine bone grafting material
  • Long-term three-dimensional graft stability
  • Rough surface, optimal cell adhesion & blood absorption
  • Interconnective porosity
  • Safe and sterile
  • Easy handling

cerabone® Granules

Article Number

Particle Size

Content

1510

0.5 to 1.0 mm

1 x 0.5 ml

1511

0.5 to 1.0 mm

1 x 1.0 ml

1512

0.5 to 1.0 mm

1 x 2.0 ml

1515

0.5 to 1.0 mm

1 x 5.0 ml

1520

1.0 to 2.0 mm

1 x 0.5 ml

1521

1.0 to 2.0 mm

1 x 1.0 ml

1522

1.0 to 2.0 mm

1 x 2.0 ml

1525

1.0 to 2.0 mm

1 x 5.0 ml

cerabone® Block

Article Number

Dimensions

Content

1720

20 x 20 x 10 mm

1 x Block

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
Immediate implantation by Dr. Derk Siebers
Immediate implantation by Dr. Derk Siebers
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)
Lateral sinus lift one-stage by Dr. Derk Siebers
Lateral sinus lift one-stage by Dr. Derk Siebers
Socket seal on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
Socket seal on pig jaw by PD Dr. Dr. D. Rothamel
Augmentation of dehiscence defect by Dr. Marius Steigmann
Augmentation of dehiscence defect by Dr. Marius Steigmann
Ridge preservation by Dr. Derk Siebers
Ridge preservation 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)
cerabone® - natural bovine bone grafting material
cerabone® - excellent biofunctionality - superior hydrophilicity and blood uptake

The pronounced hydrophilicity of the cerabone® surface supports a fast uptake of blood or saline, thus improving handling. Likewise, its three-dimensional porous network enables a fast penetration and adsorption of blood and serum proteins and serves as a reservoir for proteins and growth factors.The unique manufacturing process based on high-temperature heating removes all organic and potentially antigenic components, making the material safe and free of proteins. cerabone® is a natural bovine bone grafting material that is the preferred material for a high number of dentists. Until 2015 more than 400.000 patients in more than 90 countries have been successfully treated with cerabone®.

 

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