SYNTHETIC BONE GRAFT MATERIAL - BEGO OSS S
The specific characteristics of different alloplastic bone graft materials are determined by the properties of and processing methods used for the starting materials. BEGO OSS S is a combination of two suitable materials and creates a balance between the favourable influence of β-tricalcium phosphate on regeneration and the long-term scaffold function of hydroxyapatite for the newly formed bone.
BEGO OSS S is produced in a process chain of foaming and solidification of hydroxyapatite (HA) and β-tricalcium phosphate (β-TCP).
The highly porous surface of BEGO OSS S helps to adhere proteins and blood serum components. Osteoblasts can start forming bone on the surface that has been conditioned in this way.
The design of BEGO OSS S is adapted to the natural cancellous architecture of the bone. Together with an open network of macropores, this creates the conditions for a slowly resorbing bone graft material that ensures successful bone regeneration.
Resorption and volume stability
The rapid release of β-TCP has a favourable effect on the bone regeneration. The HA is responsible for the long-term volume function of BEGO OSS S. The newly formed bone volume is maintained during bone maturation as a result.
BEGO OSS S is suitable for all established indications in implant dentistry.
Note: Depending on regulatory approvals, under some circumstances not all products in the BEGO Biomaterials Systems will be available worldwide. Please contact your local BEGO Implant Systems sales partner.
Synthetic bone substitute material