GBR with slow resorbable membrane
Jason® membrane is a native pericardium membrane. Due to the distinctive and preserved collagen structure of pericardium, the Jason® membrane exhibits a slowed degradation with resulting prolonged barrier function. Therefore, Jason® membrane provides a sufficient barrier for the undisturbed regeneration even of larger defects and increasing the treatment success in more demanding situations.
In particular for the regeneration of larger horizontal defects and more extended augmentative procedures a grafting material with a high biologic potential such as maxgraft® granules should be preferred. Mixing the allogeneic bone chips with the long-term stable cerabone® particles is especially beneficial. By mixing cerabone® with maxgraft® granules the advantages of both materials may be combined; the biological potential of maxgraft® based on preserved mineralized collagen along with the long-term stability of cerabone®. The combined application of both materials lead to fast regeneration and formation of vital, strong bone. For those who prefer to work with synthetic materials, the biphasic calcium phosphate maxresorb® offers a valid alternative. Nevertheless, it is always recommended to mix bone substitute materials with autologous bone chips, in particular in case of more extended or vertical defects.