The blue membrane – behind the scenes of permamem®
Jacek Suchan meets Sascha Böhm
When it comes to bone augmentation, collagen membranes have traditionally been dominating the scene. Nevertheless, certain clinical situations require an alternative to this well-established standard. Additionally, social trends such as vegetarianism and veganism have strengthened the tendency to use materials that are not of animal origin. botiss has therefore developed a synthetic alternative. In this podcast, Dr. Sascha Böhm, who was involved in the development of permamem® , will give some valuable insights into this unique product and its clinical applications.
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STUDY Open-Healing Socket Preservation with a Novel Dense Polytetrafluoroethylene (dPTFE) Membrane: A Retrospective Clinical Study – Zafiropoulos et al. (2020) Medicina (Kaunas) 56(5):E216.
STUDY The use of a non-absorbable membrane as an occlusive barrier for alveolar ridge preservation: A one year follow-up prospective cohort study – Papi et al. (2020) Antibiotics 9(3). pii: E110.