20 x 20 – $75
20 x 25 – $100
25 x 25 – $125
25 x 30 – $150
30 x 30 – $175
30 x 35 – $200
35 x 35 – $225
15 x 20 – $110
15 x 25 – $125
15 x 30 – $175
Osteolife Biomedical has added its inventory flexible and bendable, partially decalcified bone sheet and is adopted for use during in vivo repair, replacement or reformation of the skeletal system. The allografts comprise sheets of partially decalcified natural bone with a thickness having sufficient flexibility to allow the sheet to be shaped to conform to configuration of the portion of the skeleton to be repaired. These allografts have sufficient strength to allow the sheet to be so shaped without damage to the sheet.
The bone matrix is ultimately resorbed by the body thereby eliminating the need for surgical removal of the matrix as is often necessary when exogenous membrane material is used.
It has been shown that partially or completely decalcified bone matrix can be sectioned into thin sheets (flexo-plates) or membranes (flexo-membranes) and that such preparations can be utilized for repairing or regenerating bone. The material is prepared in two thicknesses. Flexo-plates are 0.75 to 1.0mm thick. Flexo-membranes are .50mm or less thick.
● Capable of inducing osteogenesis
● Resorbed by the body and replaced with natural bone
● Posses tensile strength
● Partially decalcified perfoated bone
● Implanted without being affixed to the underlying bone
Because integration and replacement of allograft bone sheets is desirable, perforations in the same are extremely important. These serve as sites of vascular ingrowth and ossification.
The unique methods or preparation and use of flexo-plates and flexo-membranes are covered by US Patents 8,888,823 and 9,101, 424.
Flexo-plates are prepared in three sizes, 15×20 mm, 15×25 mm and 15×30 mm, Flexo-membranes are prepared in seven sizes, in .50mm increments from 20 x 20mm to 35x35mm.
● Used in maxillary sinus augmentation elevation
● Repair of oro-nasal fistulas
● Alveolar augmentation
● Guided tissue regeneration in periodontal disease
● Augmentation and reconstruction of facial and other skeletal structures.