collacone® max

FLEXIBLE CONE FOR SOCKET PRESERVATION

collacone® max is a flexible composite cone composed of synthetic granules and porcine collagen fibres. The collagen facilitates the handling of the graft particles, while the consistency of the material readily allows it to shape to the socket walls or defect. collacone® max is designed to fit into the void of the extraction socket and does not require rehydration before application. The cone may be applied both as a protective medium and temporary void filler in the extraction socket when performing an early implantation, or as a regenerative material that assists new bone formation in the case of delayed implantation. Following application the cone is slowly resorbed and replaced by new bone.

SPECIFICATIONS & FACTS

BIOMIMETIC SCAFFOLD FOR NEW BONE FORMATION

 

collacone® max is a biomimetic composite material that resembles the physical and chemical properties of the mineralized human bone matrix in its composition of collagen and biphasic calcium phosphate. The collagenous phase holds the particles in place and provides biological signals that promote wound healing within the socket. Furthermore, the natural hemostatic effect of collagen helps to control bleeding. The biphasic calcium phosphate granules comprised of 60% hydroxyapatite and 40% β-tricalcium phosphate, ensure volume stability and complete resorption at a controlled rate. collacone® max maintains the socket space and provides a scaffold for bone ingrowth and new bone tissue formation. Following application the cone is slowly resorbed and replaced by new bone.

PROPERTIES

– Form-fitted cone shape for an easy application
– Adapts to the defect contours
– Maintains space and avoids soft tissue collapse
– Reduces the need for subsequent augmentative procedures
– Improves the aesthetic outcome of the final prosthesis

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INDICATIONS

collacone® max is designed for application in extraction sockets. It may be applied both as a protective medium and temporary void filler when performing an early implantation, or as a regenerative material that assists new bone formation in the case of delayed implantation (socket preservation). Furthermore, it can be applied in the regeneration of bony defects as a scaffold to support the ingrowth of adjacent vital bone.

IMPLANTOLOGY, PERIODONTOLOGY AND ORAL AND CMF SURGERY

– Socket preservation
Ridge preservation
Intraosseous defects
Peri-implant defects
Defects after root resection, apicoectomy and cystectomy

 

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