RAPTOS allograft mineralized bone grafts offer an osteoconductive platform for bone regeneration. Used either alone or as part of a composite bone graft, allograft bone particulates supply a natural framework facilitating the attachment of osteogenic precursor cells lesen sie auf dieser seite.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
• Osteoconductive scaffold
• Remodels completely to host bone
• Mineralized graft material
• Mineralized component in a composite graft
• As a graft extender
• Osseous defects
AVAILABLE IN CONVENIENT SIZES
• 0.5 cc Jars, 250-1000 micron granule size
• 1.0 cc Jars, 250-1000 micron granule size
• 2.0 cc Jars, 250-1000 micron granule size
Cancellous – bone comes from the proximal and distal ends of the long bones, such as the femoral head and condyles, proximal tibia, and humeral head.
Cortical – bone is manufactured from long bones such as the femur, tibia, fibula, and humerus. Raptos offers the widest range of particulate sizes in cortical to suit your dental application.
Cortico-cancellous – bone comes from sections of the illium which are ground into several particulate sizes. The blend of cortical and cancellous that results from this process gives this product the structure of cortical, with the open scaffolding for bone to grow into offered by cancellous.
Demineralized – cortical bone is made by placing cortical bone particulates in an acid solution to remove most of the calcium from the bone.
Premium Blend – This Cortical Mineralized/Demineralized blend combines two of the most popular allograft particles used in dentistry, all in a single vial!
Each donor is thoroughly evaluated using medical/social history questions, medical records, blood tests, culture results, physical examination and autopsy reports (when performed). This process is used to ensure the donor is suitable for donation by allowing to recognize and exclude potential diseases or medical conditions that are unacceptable.
Specific lab tests are performed for Syphilis, Hepatitis B and C, HIV and other viruses. All of the donor chart information is evaluated by individuals trained in tissue banking, prior to the processing of the tissue.
Tissue grafts are rinsed and soaked in various solutions to minimize transmission of bacteria and viruses. Processing and packaging of the tissue are performed using aseptic technique and occur in a clean room.
As an added margin of safety, a low dose gamma irradiation after final packaging of the musculoskeletal grafts is utilized.
AATB accredited source and mandatory CTO registered with Health Canada.