maxgraft® Blöcke- prozessiertes Allograft

maxgraft® blocks

Processed allograft
maxgraft® is a sterile, high-safety allograft product, derived from human-donor bone, processed by Cells+Tissuebank Austria (C+TBA). C+TBA, a high-quality bone bank, is regulated, audited, and certified by the Austrian Ministry of Health and fulfills the highest EU safety standards.
  • A predictable and highly effective alternative to traditional block grafting
  • Ridge augmentation

Contact to local bone

Avoid larger gaps between graft and defect, because a close contact between transplant and local bone ensures block incorporation and faster regeneration.


The processing of maxgraft® products preserves the natural collagen content and a residual water content of <10%. Thus, a rehydration is not mandatory, but it is recommended. Rehydration in saline solution results in a bit more flexibility of the block, therefore it is less prone to crumble or break and can be more easily adapted to the defect area.

Combination with cerabone® oder maxresorb®

Additional void volume should be filled with particulate grafting material (e.g. cerabone® or maxresorb®) to improve the esthetic outcome and to protect the soft tissue.

Healing time

The average healing period is about 4 months for smaller defects and 6 months for larger defects.

Avoiding soft tissue perforation

Use flat-headed screws for fixation and avoid sharp edges that might cause a perforation of the overlying soft tissue.

Reconstruction of maxillary ridge with maxgraft® block - Amit Patel

Initial situation with severe maxillary atrophy

Block augmentation with maxgraft® in the maxilla - PD Dr. Dr. F. Kloss

Initial situation - bone defect in maxilla after loosing right canine

Block grafting in the aesthetic zone with maxgraft®, Jason® membrane and cerabone® - Dres. H. Maghaireh and V. Ivancheva

Initial situation – Treatment plan: Replace the adhesive upper left central incisor bridge with a dental implant

Block augmentation with maxgraft® in the maxilla - Dr. R. Cutts

Initial situation: 40 year old female patient with extensive scar tissue after several surgeries restored with a Rochette bridge

Block augmentation with maxgraft® block and mucoderm® - Dr. K. Chmielewski

Initial situation before surgery. Patient lost central incisors 1 month ago due to endodontic failures

Block augmentation with maxgraft® and cerabone® – Dr. F. Kloss

Initial CBCT scan - Fracture of left maxillary incisor and loss of buccal wall

  • Preserved biomechanical properties
  • Sterile without antigenic effects
  • Storable at room temperature for 5 years
  • Osteoconductive properties supporting natural and controlled tissue remodeling

maxgraft® block

Article Number




10 x 10 x 10 mm

1x uni-cortical


20 x 10 x 10 mm

1x uni-cortical


10 x 10 x 10 mm

1x cancellous


20 x 10 x 10 mm

1x cancellous

Live surgery maxgraft® bone block augumentation -Dr. Haqan
Live surgery maxgraft® bone block augumentation -Dr. Haqan
Dr. Frank Kloss about maxgraft®
Dr. Frank Kloss about maxgraft®
Fixation maxgraft® block
Fixation maxgraft® block
GBR surgery  after maxgraft® Allograft Bone Block - Surgery by Dr. H. Maghaireh
GBR surgery after maxgraft® Allograft Bone Block - Surgery by Dr. H. Maghaireh
maxgraft® blocks - processed allograft
maxgraft® blocks - Processed allograft

For experienced oral and maxillofacial surgeons, allograft bone blocks for block augmentation are the only real alternative to harvesting the patient’s own autologous bone. This helps preventing well known risks such as donor-site morbidity, infection, post-operative pain, and bone-stability loss. The excellent biological regeneration capability of maxgraft® results in a predictable clinical outcome.

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