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Syntoss Bone Graft | Aussteller auf der IDS - Internationale Dental-Schau 2023

Syntoss Bone Graft

Synthetic-Tricalcium Phosphate Bone Graft Sterile Material DSI Bone Graft is used as a filler and scaffold to facilitate bone formation and promote wound healing

This graft is bioresorbable and has no antigen-antibody reaction. This bone graft acts as a mineral reservoir which induces new bone formation. DSI Syntoss artificial bone is chemically created from 60% ß-tricalcium phosphate and 40% hydroxyapatite (e.g. bioglass and calcium sulfate). Both are biologically active, hypoallergenic and has no counter-indications. Syntoss bone graft material is composed of biocompatible phosphate materials that are similar to that of bone and are capable of bonding chemically to bone and dentin.

Product Details
This synthetic material is designed to fill the missing bone space and encourage new bone tissue growth. It can be used in any surgical or dentine procedure. A combination of chemical compounds can optimize the synthetic microstructure, allowing the resulting granules to mimic the interconnected porosity of human cancellous bone. When synthetics are constructed in this manner, they can offer excellent osteoconductive properties.
Proven Bone Formation:
‍A unique, engineered ionic release of Syntoss, Ca, and phosphate ions results in stimulating families of genes that are known to be critical in the repair and regeneration of bone tissue. This process, unique to DSI Syntoss as a synthetic bone graft material, is defined as osteostimulation. Osteostimulation leads to a catalytic response that accelerates the natural healing process and bone regeneration. It can be used to fill bone defects and ridges of virtually every size and type known in dentistry.

‍Available in granules, blocks, and gel

• Radiopaque
• 100% Synthetic & Safe
• Completely Resorbable
• Unsurpassed Handling
• Osteoconductive and Osteostimulative
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