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Guided Tissue Bone Regeneration Materials

StarGraft™ Putty Synthetic Mineral-Collagen Composite is a bone graft matrix with an additional characteristic that enables it to become moldable putty upon hydration. It is intended for use in oral surgical applications involving bone repair such as augmentation or reconstructive treatment of the alveolar ridge and for the filling of periodontal defects in conjunction with products intended for guided tissue regeneration and guided bone regeneration.

StarGraft™ Putty is calcium phosphate-based mineral with a carbonate apatite structure similar to natural bone combined with Type I collagen derived from bovine Achilles tendon. The mineral particles are dispersed within collagen fibers forming a 3-dimensional matrix. It is supplied dry and forms a moldable putty upon hydration. It is fully resorbed during the natural process of bone formation and remodeling. Clinical studies of similar bone graft materials have shown improved results when used in conjunction with a barrier membrane such as StarMem TM 4-6 or StarDermTM 9-12 Regenerative Collagen Membranes.

StarMemTM 4-6 months

Product Features:

  • Resorbable in 4-6 months
  • Highly purified type I collagen
  • Highly biocompatible
  • Conformable and repositionable
StarDermTM 9-12 months

Product Features:

  • Resorbable in 9-12 months
  • Highly purified intact collagen
  • Mechanical strength
  • Thicker for longer in vivo stability
  • Highly biocompatible
  • More space maintaining
StarGraft TM Granules

Product Features:

  • Synthetic alternative to allografts and xenografts
  • Carbonate apatite structure similar
  • Moldable putty upon hydration to natural bone
  • Osteoconductive
  • 0.35 - 1.0mm particle size granules

Product Features:

  • Carbonate apatite plus Type I collagen
  • Moldable putty upon hydration
  • Osteoconductive, 3-dimensional structure for bone forming cells
  • Mineral particles are contained within the defect site

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