Collagen Membranes
Collagen Membranes are resorbable, cell-occlusive barrier membranes used in guided tissue and bone regeneration procedures in oral surgery to manage oral wounds and assist in wound healing. They are commonly used in periodontal surgery as well as dental implant, bone defect, and ridge augmentation procedures. The membranes are manufactured from highly purified type I collagen and have characteristics specifically designed to meet the needs and preferences of the patient and clinician.

Collagen Membranes are currently available worldwide under various trade names marketed and distributed by our marketing partners. Of these collagen membranes, certain design criteria such as conformability, handling characteristics, visual appearance and resorption time have been customized for specific membranes in response to customer feedback as well as to differentiate among the various Collagen Matrix membranes on the market.

 
 

Collagen Dental Dressings

Porous
Porous Collagen Dental Dressings are porous matrices used in oral and dental surgeries to assist in tissue healing. They are available in tape, foam and plug forms. Due to the intrinsic hemostatic properties of native fibrillar collagen and absorption properties of porous sponge matrices, these products are also useful in controlling minor bleeding complications.


 
  Collatene™ Fibrillar Collagen Dental Dressing
Collatene™ Fibrillar Collagen Dental Dressing is a dental dressing in a cohesive fibrillar form. The dressing can be used in areas that are not easily accessible by other dressings such as extraction sites. Due to the intrinsic hemostatic properties of collagen fibers, the product is also useful in controlling minor bleeding complications. The products are available in various sizes, supplied sterile and for single use only through Collagen Matrix’s distributors.

The Collagen Dental Dressings have FDA clearance in the United States and CE Mark approval in Europe.


 
  Anorganic Bone Graft Material
The Anorganic Bone Graft Material is a natural, porous bone mineral matrix. It is produced by removal of all organic components from bovine bone leaving the natural mineral component for use as an osteoconductive material in bone repair applications. Due to its natural structure, the bone graft material is physically and chemically comparable to the mineralized matrix of human bone. It is available in cancellous and cortical granules and it is sterile, non-pyrogenic and for single use only.

Anorganic Bone Graft Material is available through Collagen Matrix’s distributor.

The Anorganic Bone Graft Material has FDA clearance in the United States and CE Mark approval in Europe.


 
  Anorganic Bone Mineral-Collagen Composite Block
The Anorganic Bone-Collagen Composite Block is a combination of anorganic cancellous bone mineral granules and about 5% bovine collagen fibers. The addition of collagen fibers provides cohesive characteristics of the mineral particles for easy handling of the material in oral surgical procedures. The anorganic bone matrix is a natural, porous bone mineral matrix. It is produced by removal of all organic components from bovine bone. Due to its natural structure the anorganic bone mineral is physically and chemically comparable to the mineralized matrix of human bone. It is supplied sterile, non-pyrogenic and for single use only.

Anorganic Bone-Collagen Composite Block is available through Collagen Matrix’s distributor.


 
  Synthetic Mineral

SynOss™ Synthetic Mineral
SynOss™ Synthetic Mineral is a synthetic osteoconductive calcium phosphate based bone graft material with an apatite structure similar to that of human bone. This product is supplied in granular form, and it is sterile, non-pyrogenic and for single use only. SynOss™ Synthetic Mineral is intended for use in dental surgery for augmentation or reconstructive treatment of the alveolar ridge, for filling of periodontal defects and defects in conjunction with guided tissue regeneration and guided bone regeneration.

SynOss™ Synthetic Mineral has received FDA clearance in the United States.

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