Osteoconductive Biomaterials

What are Osteoconductive Biomaterials?

Osteoconductive Biomaterials are mostly utilized in bone grafting and are typically scaffolds that support the growth of bony tissue into the structure of an implant or graft.

What are Xenografts?

Xenografts are graft tissues that have been sourced from an animal species which are processed in order for them be useful for man. The “non useful” organic components are removed and the useful inorganic scaffolds remain.

Clinical Perfomance of Xenografts

When comparing Xenografts to other types of implants with respect to sinus floor elevations and socket preservation, Xenografts have shown the highest success rate in terms of highest implant survival rates as well as the formation of new bone.