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OsteoGen Bioactive Resorbable Calcium Apatite Graft

Manufacturer: Impladent Ltd
SKU: impladent-osteogen

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OsteoGen Graft is an osteoconductive, highly hydrophilic, resorbable, bioactive, synthetically-derived non-ceramic form of hydroxylapatite (HA), that has been proven safe, reliable and clinically effective for use with implants for over 30 years.

  • Highly crystalline osteoconductive bioactive and resorbable calcium apatite bone graft
  • Radiolucent on day of surgeryRadiopaque in 4-6 months
  • Non-Ceramic highly porous crystals physicochemically similar to trabecular bone
  • Highly hydrophilic leading to the immediate absorption of blood flow and cellular proliferation 
  • Proven safe, reliable and clinically effective for use with implants for over 30 years
  • Available in Box of 6 prefilled syringes .
Note that because of the density of the OsteoGen 1 gram in weight = 2 cc in volume.
Product Name Price Qty
OsteoGen Syringes: Box of 6 Syringes, 0.3 Gram (0.6CC)

Regular Price: $267.00

Special Price $240.99



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Research

A Synthetic Bioactive Resorbable Graft For Predictable Implant Reconstruction: Part One
Valen M, Ganz SD: "A Synthetic Bioactive Resorbable Graft For Predicatble Implant Reconstruction: Part One" J Oral Implantology, 28(4):167-177, 2002.

Predictable Synthetic Bone Grafting Procedures For Implant Reconstruction: Part Two
Valen M, Ganz SD: "Predictable Synthetic Bone Grafting Procedures For Implant Reconstruction: Part Two" J Oral Implantology, 28(4):178-183, 2002.

Nonceramic hydroxylapatite bone derivative in sinus augmentation procedures
Artzi Z, Nemcovsky CE and Dayan D: "Nonceramic hydroxylapatite bone derivative in sinus augmentation procedures: Clinical and histomorphometric observations in 10 consecutive cases." Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent, 23:381-389, 2003.

Histological response and clinical evaluation of heterograft and allograft materials in the elevation of the macxillary sinus for the preparation of endosteal dental implants sites.
Whittaker JM, James RA, Lozada J, Cordova C and GaRey DJ: "Histological response and clinical evaluation of heterograft and allograft materials in the elevation of the macxillary sinus for the preparation of endosteal dental implants sites. Simultaneous sinus elevation and root form implantation: An eight-month autopsy report." J Oral Implantology, 15(2): 141-144, 1989.

A 10 Year Longitudinal Study of 160 Implants Simultaneously Installed in Severely Atrophic Posterior Macillas Grafted With Autogenous Bone and a Synthetic Bioactive Resorbable Graft
Marcelo C. Manso, DDS, MScD,PhD, and Thomas Wassal, DDS, MSc, PhD "A 10 Year Longitudinal Study of 160 Implants Simultaneously Installed in Severely Atrophic Posterior Macillas Grafted With Autogenous Bone and a Synthetic Bioactive Resorbable Graft" Implant Dentistry 19(4); 351 - 360, 2010

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