Bone void filling

Bone void filling is a procedure that has become common in orthopedic, trauma, and dental surgery. The number of bone graft procedures is growing constantly. In fact, bone is the most frequently transplanted tissue in the human body.

The origins of bone defects can be traumatic or degenerative.

Our bone void filler implants and systems are available in various forms so as to provide the best fit for the cavities to be filled, whatever their origin or morphology. They are absorbable, biocompatible, bioactive and osteoconductive (meaning they serve as a scaffold for bone regeneration). With a chemical composition very similar to the mineral phase in bone and 100% synthetic, they provide maximum patient safety, both microbiologically and in terms of bone healing and consolidation.

FDA cleared products for bone void filling:

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  Resorbable β-TCP bone substitutes




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