synthetic bone grafting material

synthetic bone grafting material

A synthetically derived device (e.g., hydroxylapatite or calcium sulphate) which is intended to fill, augment or reconstruct periodontal and or bony defects of the upper or lower jaw or bones.
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Sometimes we add synthetic bone grafting material to the socket when we remove the lower canines.
Preliminary results suggested that adipose-derived stem cells (ASCs)- used along with a synthetic bone grafting material - are a useful material to fill large skull defects.
In a paper to be presented Saturday, September 11 at Eurospine 1999 in the Advanced Techniques section, Healos(R) Bone Graft Substitute, a synthetic bone grafting material, is shown to be comparable to autograft in a controlled clinical study for spinal fusion.
To Orquest's knowledge, Healos is the first synthetic bone grafting material shown to be comparable to autograft in a controlled clinical study for spinal fusion.
The sale of the dental business will allow us to focus our efforts on penetrating the growing worldwide market for synthetic bone grafting materials.
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