Osseobone, the regenerative biomaterial is used in oral rehabilitation as bone substitution material.
59 year old woman comes to the consulting room to undergo oral rehabilitation of sinus lift with delayed implant placement:
It presents maxillary bone atrophy in sector 1 for periodontal loss and pneumatization of the maxillary sinus. Rehabilitation involves the extraction and curettage in the right upper jaw area. Alveolar regeneration and sinusual Osseobone graft biomaterial are the procedures. Once the bone has been formed, the implant rehabilitation begins.
Thanks to the biomaterial, Osseobone could restore bones defect:
Osseobone is a bone substitute made with B-tricalcium phosphate. It has a similar trabecular structure to cancellous bone, which allows it to act as support osteoconductor where blood capillaries and osteogenic cells adhere to form new bone.
Its bioactivity and composition allows you to act in the process of bone remodeling being bio reabsorbed and osseointegrated in a stably and progressively form, being totally replaced by bone from the patient.
Due to its characteristics, composition and properties, Osseobone is an ideal biomaterial for bone regeneration processes such as furcal lesions, radicular exposures, crest reconstructions, intraosseous defects inperiodontal, recovering of fenestrations, expanding bone regeneration, atraumatic sinus elevations and post extraction bone cabity fillings.
The Osseobone biomaterial has unique characteristics and properties:
* Osseo conduction – Biofunctionality:
It stimulates rapid colonization of proteins and cells while maintaining the shape and volume of the defect to avoid bone reabsorption. It produces excellent mechanical stability avoiding micro-movements of the material and, in turn, works as a support for the blood capillaries and cells adhered and form bone.
* Bioreabsorption -Biorestructuring:
Osseobone reacts in physiological environment where it dissolves and precipitates hydroxyapatite on its surface. It causes the appearance of osteoblasts and collagen fibers which form immature bone. This is structured and matured reabsorbing the biomaterial until she is completely replaced by new bone.
* Bioactivity- Osseointegration:
Their great permeability macroporosity allows cells be integrated into the Osseobone particles. Furthermore, the microporosity promotes cell adhesion and growth factors that can be added, enhancing the biological processes of bone regeneration.