Cytoflex Ti-Enforced (Titanium Reinforced) PTFE membranes Sizes
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Cytoflex Ti-Enforced ePTFE membranes are a multi-layer, non-resorbable membranes intended to be surgically placed under the muco-periosteum to aid in tissue regeneration in accordance with the guided tissue regeneration principle. It is a passive, non-load bearing material with a titanium frame enclosed within two exterior layers of ePTFE material. The titanium reinforcement is intended for space and shape maintenance to contain bone grafting material and to minimize graft movement during wound healing. The membranes are designed to reduce the migration and establishment of gingival tissue derived cells into bony defects sites, thus providing more favorable environment for neovascularization and bone derived cells to repopulate and repair the defect. This provides a more favorable environment for neovascularization and for bone derived cells to repopulate and repair the defect. The Ti-Enforced® membranes are textured on both surfaces to improve handling and adhesion between tissue and membrane.
Titanium Reinforced (Ti-Enforced) PTFE Membrane Cases
Placement of 2 Paltop implants in a challenging case with the presence of a unique odontoma, and the presence of a periapical radiolucency above #12.