- Implants AstraTech
- Implants ADIN
- Thermoplastic materials PERFLEX
- Botiss Materials for regeneration
- Symbios materials for regeneration
- bioOST and bioPLATE biomaterials
- Dental instruments HLW Dental Instruments (Germany)
- Instruments LM
- Dental instrument
- Suture material surgical
- The seal of implants Gap seal Gap seal
Symbios - materials for bone grafting
Solutions for all your recovery treatment needsThe comprehensive range of solutions for targeted bone and soft tissue regeneration is easy to use and safe for dental practitioners and their patients.
Symbios includes a full range of proven materials for bone plate, resorbed and non-resorbed membranes, and instruments. Designed for the widest range of needs in surgical dentistry and implantology, these solutions contribute to the formation of bone tissue, increase its volume and stability for predictable long-term results that patients and dental professionals can rely on.
If patients have defects that affect the amount of bone tissue, materials for bone grafting can create a new bone or change the shape of existing ridges. The Symbios product line includes xenografts, allografts, and synthetic bone grafting materials designed to achieve the necessary bone regeneration results.
Xenografts for bone graftingOsteoconductive hydroxyapatite in a xenograft for bone regeneration — an analog of natural bone hydroxyapatite — is obtained from animals. The bone xenograft serves as a base on which bone can grow from the environment to fill the defect.
GBR/GTR membranesThe dental membrane is used to stabilize and limit the defect, preventing gum tissue from infiltrating the affected area. As an exception, Symbios PerioDerm Acellular Dermis is used to eliminate defects in facial recesses.
Symbios resorbed dental membranes help create a structure for cell ingrowth and vascularization, set the direction of bone healing, and prevent infiltration by cells and bacteria. Resorbed membranes are designed to be absorbed over time, which eliminates the need for surgical removal.
If greater strength and stability are required, nonresorbable membranes should be selected. Non-resorbable dental membranes can be adapted and shaped according to your needs. Like resorbed dental membranes, non-resorbed membranes also effectively prevent bacterial invasion.