NATIVE PERICARDIUM MEMBRANE FOR GBR/GTR
Jason® membrane is a native collagen membrane obtained from porcine pericardium, developed and manufactured for dental tissue regeneration. It is very thin and provides a naturally long barrier function based on the specific composition and structure of the pericardial collagen fibres. Owing to the preservation of the natural biomechanical properties of the pericardium, Jason® membrane exhibits beneficial handling characteristics such as a remarkable tear resistance and effective surface adaptation.
CE certification of Jason membrane in 2009
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Biocompatibility and Biodegradation of a Native, Porcine Pericardium Membrane
Rothamel D, Smeets R, Ritter L, Dreiseidler T, Fienitz T, Zöller J
Porcine dermis and pericardium-based, non-cross-linked materials induce multinucleated giant cells after their in vivo implantation: A physiological reaction?
Barbeck M, Lorenz J, Grosse Holthaus M, Raetscho N, Kubesch A, Booms P, Sader R, Kirkpatrick CJ, Ghanaati S. > SUMMARY
Collagen Membranes Adsorb the Transforming Growth Factor-β Receptor I Kinase-dependent Activity of Enamel Matrix Derivative.
Stähli A, Miron RJ, Bosshardt DD, Sculean A, Gruber R. > SUMMARY
Comparison of Two Porcine Collagen Membranes Combined with rhBMP-2 and rhBMP-9 on Osteoblast Behavior in Vitro.
Fujioka-Kobayashi M, Schaler B, Shirakata Y, Nakamura T, Noguchi K, Zhang Y, Miron R
Effect of flapless ridge preservation with two different alloplastic materials in sockets with buccal dehiscence defects—volumetric and linear changes
Naenni Nadja, Sapata V, Bienz SP, Leventis M, Jung RE, Hämmerle C.H.F, Thoma D
Comparing membranes and bone substitutes in a one-stage procedure for horizontal bone augmentation. A double-blind randomized controlled trial.
Merli Mauro, Moscatelli M, Mariotti G, Pagliaro U, Raffaelli E, Nieri M.
Application of buccal fat pad-derived stem cells in combination with autogenous iliac bone graft in the treatment of maxillomandibular atrophy: a preliminary human study.
Khojasteh A, Sadeghi N
Monophasic beta-TCP vs. biphasic HA/beta-TCP combined with #Jason® membrane in two-stage sinus floor augmentation procedures – a prospective randomized clinical trial
Jelusic D, Zirk ML, Fienitz T, Plancak D, Puhar I, Rothamel D
Study about a sinus floor elevation method has recently been published in the International Journal of Oral & Maxillofacial Implants, where cerabone® has been used as the unique grafting material
Tawil G, Tawil P, Khairallah A
Lateral Ramus Cortical Bone Plate in Alveolar Cleft Osteoplasty with Concomitant Use of Buccal Fat Pad Derived Cells and Autogenous Bone: Phase I Clinical Trial
Khojasteh A, Kheiri L, Behnia H, Tehranchi A, Nazeman P, Nadjmi N, and Soleimani M
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01 Suited for larger augmentative procedures, high predictability of GBR procedures
02 Lower risk of surgical complications such as wound dehiscence
03 Can be pinned or sutured if necessary
04 No second surgery for membrane removal, no toxic degradation products
05 Easy application and repositioning possible
07 Convenient application in different indications
08 Fixation in most situations not necessary, but possible.
10 Proven success and high reliability
JASON® MEMBRANE IS A VERY THIN COLLAGEN MEMBRANE OFFERING A NATURALLY LONG BARRIER FUNCTION AND FAVORABLE HANDLING CHARACTERISTICS
CE certification of Jason membrane in 2009
Due to the unique production process, the superior properties of the native pericardium are preserved during the extensive cleaning procedure that is applied for the production of Jason® membrane. Therefore, Jason®membrane shows a natural comb-like, multilayered collagen structure with an increased content of collagen type III leading to a remarkable tear resistance and slow degradation of Jason® membrane. This ensures a natural long barrier function, making the Jason® membrane our recommended choice particularly for large augmentative procedures.
– Naturally long barrier function
– Multi-directional strength and tear resistance
– No stickiness after rehydration
– Excellent surface adaptation
– Easy manipulation, can be applied dry or wet
– Low thickness, no swelling after rehydration
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Jason® membrane offers a naturally long barrier function, which is especially advantageous for the regeneration of larger defects or more extended augmentative procedures. Due to its low thickness, Jason® membrane is particularly beneficial in patients with thin biotypes or, generally, if a tension free closure of the flap is difficult.
IMPLANTOLOGY, PERIODONTOLOGY AND ORAL AND CMF SURGERY
– Horizontal and vertical augmentation
– Ridge reconstruction
– Socket and ridge preservation
– Sinus lift
– Fenestration and dehiscencedefects
– Intraosseous defects (1 to 3 walls)
– Furcation defects (class I and II)
 Stähli, A., Miron, R.J., Bosshardt, D.D., Sculean, A. and Gruber, R. (2016), Journal of Periodontology, Vol. 87 No. 5, pp. 583–590.
 Rothamel, D., Schwarz, F., Fienitz, T., Smeets, R., Dreiseidler, T., Ritter, L., Happe, A. and Zöller, J. (2012), The International journal of oral & maxillofacial implants, Vol. 27 No. 1, pp. 146–154.
 Rothamel, D., Fienietz, T., Benner, M., Happe, A., Kreppel, M., Scheer, M., Zöller, J. (2011), Poster EAO, Biodegradation pattern of native and cross-linked porcine collagen matrices – an experimental study in rats
 Rothamel, D., Schwarz, F., Sager, M., Herten, M., Sculean, A. and Becker, J. (2005), Clinical oral implantsresearch, Vol. 16 No. 3, pp. 369–378.