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Endobon Xenograft Granules, 1.0 mL

Endobon Xenograft Granules, 1.0 mL - Biomet 3i - ROX10
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Endobon Xenograft Granules, 1.0 mL
550.00 SR
Ex Tax: 550.00 SR
  • Type: Bone Substitutes
  • Size: 500-1000 micron

Delivery Before  20/07/2024 Sat

Endobon Xenograft Granules are a dental grafting material primarily made from hydroxyapatite ceramic, derived from cancellous bovine bone. These granules have been subjected to a thorough deproteinization process using a two-step, high-temperature method. This rigorous process ensures safety from potential contaminants like bacteria, viruses, and prions​​​​​​​​.

Features & Benefits

  1. Bovine-Derived Hydroxyapatite: The core material of Endobon Xenograft Granules is hydroxyapatite, a naturally occurring mineral form of calcium apatite. This is derived from bovine bone, ensuring a high degree of biocompatibility and stability.
  2. Fully Deproteinized: The granules undergo a two-step, high-temperature deproteinization process, which is crucial for eliminating potential biological contaminants. This process makes the material safe for use in dental procedures​​.
  3. Osseoconductive Properties: The granules have osseoconductive properties, which means they support bone growth directly on the ceramic surface and throughout the entire graft. This feature is vital for successful dental bone grafting and reconstruction procedures​​​​.

Indications for Use

Endobon Xenograft Granules are indicated for a range of dental surgical procedures, including:

  • Alveolar Ridge Augmentation/Reconstruction.
  • Filling bone defects.
  • Extending grafts.
  • Grafting in extraction sockets.
  • Sinus elevation​​.

Granule Sizes

The granules come in two different sizes to cater to various surgical needs:

  • Small Granules: 500–1000 µm, preferred for grafting smaller defects like extraction sockets.

Packaging

Endobon Xenograft Granules are conveniently packaged in easy-to-open dishes. They are available in value packs (0.5 ml and 1 ml), individually packaged in 1 ml containers for single-unit dosing​​.

Average Integration Time

The average time for integration of the hydroxyapatite ceramic into the graft site is not explicitly stated, but it is known for its long-term stability and gradual integration into the host bone tissue​​.

Conclusions

Endobon Xenograft Granules from Zimmer Biomet are a highly specialized dental grafting material, primarily used for bone reconstruction and augmentation in various dental surgical procedures. The product's safety, ensured through a meticulous deproteinization process, along with its osseoconductive properties and varying granule sizes, make it a versatile and effective choice for dental professionals. However, availability may vary, necessitating confirmation with local representatives.

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