Bone-substitute biomaterials

Continuous development of modern implantology makes it possible to insert Implants even in case when there is no sufficient amount of natural bone tissue available. It is estimated that reconstruction and bone regeneration procedures are necessary in 40% of cases of implant treatment or maxillary sinus floor elevation . Such procedures are possible only thanks to the use of the bone-substitute biomaterials of the newest generation. The use of biomaterials allows for the reconstruction of the bone in the place of bone atrophy and in the place where without bone regeneration it would be impossible to insert an implant. During implantation procedures performed in our clinic we use only the most effective and examined during many clinical tests biomaterials of the companies such as Geistlich Biomaterials - Bio-Oss and Lasak Ltd. - Poresorb-TCP.

  • Bio-Oss - is a natural osseous mineral Gesitlich Bio-Oss. It has been used by dental surgeons for many years and it was scientifically tested. Its great osteoconductive facilities result from the fact that it is so much similar to the natural structure of human bones. The mineral structure of Geistlich Bio-Oss is characterised by high porosity and extensive internal surface. It acts like a scaffolding ensuring the proper growth of the new bone into the material structure. Its natural chemical composition and crystalline structure ensure slow resorption of this material through osteoclasts during the process of natural bone rebuilding.
  • Poresorb-TCP – synthetic bone-substitute material of Lasak Ltd company. Poresorb-TCP is used for Guidem regeneration of bone for the implantation and filling in the bone defects after the removal of a cyst or teeth. It is fully resorbable and is gradually replaced by bone tissue. It does not contain any animal materials – its use is completely safe. Its mineral and structural composition reminds a natural bone. It contains micro- and macro-pores which allow for the effective growth of the bone tissue. Its effectiveness was confirmed by many clinical studies and scientific publications.