BONE AUGMENTATION WITH THE SHELL TECHNIQUE
maxgraft® cortico is a prefabricated cortical bone strut from human donor bone. The concept of the shell technique is the preparation of a biological container which creates the necessary space for the full incorporation of the particulated bone graft material. maxgraft® cortico can be used as a substitute for autologous bone and therefore eliminates a second surgical site to harvest bone.
RECONSTRUCTION OF BONE WITHOUT MORBIDITY THROUGH SECOND SURGICAL PROCEDURE
Usually a micro saw is used to harvest a bone block that is later split into two to three thin bone struts. These bone struts can further be reduced in thickness with a safescraper or a bone mill. The complete harvesting process is time consuming and often it is more painful for the patient than the augmentation itself and also a possible source of complications. maxgraft®cortico was developed to circumvent donor site morbidity and to prevent the time-consuming harvesting and splitting of autologous bone blocks.
Update on maxgraft® cortico: Shell technique reloaded – WEBINAR
Simultaneous Implant & Bone Block placement – WEBINAR
Cortical struts and computer aided bone augmentation – WEBINAR
– Bone augmentation without autograft harvesting
– Osteoconductive properties supporting natural and controlled tissue remodeling
– Reduced surgical time
– Established technique
– 5-6 months healing-/integration time
– No donor site morbidity
– Rehydration is recommended
– 5 years shelf life at room temperature
– maxgraft® cortico product brochure
– maxgraft® cortico Surgical Guide
– FAQs maxgraft® cortico
– Patient information maxgraft® cortico
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IMPLANTOLOGY, ORAL AND CMF SURGERY
– Vertical augmentation
– Horizontal augmentation
– Complex three-dimensional augmentations
– Single tooth gaps
– Fenestration defects