- Extensive bone defects
- Atrophic maxilla/mandibula
- Horizontal/vertical augmentation
- Individualized allogenic bone transplant
- Significantly reduced operation time
Individual planning and production of a bone transplant, max. dimensions 23 x 13 x 13 mm
Individual 3D-printed model of the patient’s defect and the plastic bonebuilder block (for demonstration purposes)
The botiss biomaterials partner Cells+Tissuebank Austria (C+TBA) receives a *.stl milling file and the patient-matched allogenic bone transplant is produced under clean-room conditions. The resulting allogenic bone transplant is ready for insertion into the defect and requires only minor adjustments. After placement, the maxgraft® bonebuilder block is fixed with osteosynthesis screws. The residual defect volume should be filled with bone regeneration material and the augmentation site covered with a collagen membrane. The strong capillary action of the three-dimensional, porous trabecular bone network enables a fast and efficient penetration of fluids, nutrients and blood, resulting in an excellent handling as well as a reliable and predictable outcome.