FOUR-PHASIC INJECTABLE BONE GRAFT
maxresorb® inject is a unique four-phasic injectable bone graft paste with controlled resorption properties. The water-based gel contains active HA nanoparticles mixed together with small maxresorb granules particles (60% HA/40% β-TCP). The HA nanoparticles (size 15–50 nm) provide an extensive surface area for cellular interactions, which lead to rapid resorption, thereby promoting new bone formation. In addition, the maxresorb® granules contained in the gel help maintain the volume over time.
Owing to its specific composition, the viscous properties of maxresorb® inject allow perfect shaping, molding, fitting and complete bonding to the surrounding bone surface of the defect. maxresorb® inject is a non-hardening and ready-to-use bone paste. The syringe design allows direct and easy application to the defect site. Once applied, maxresorb® inject is gradually replaced by new bone.
– Synthetic, resorbable and safe
– Ready to use/easy handling
– Viscous and moldable
– Optimal adaptation to surface contours
– Active HA nanoparticles
– Contains 60% HA/40% β-TCP
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maxresorb® inject is designed for the regeneration of smaller defects that do not require extra volume stability. In these cases, the particular composition of maxresorb® inject and its active HA nanoparticles offer an extensive surface area that promotes cell-biomaterial interactions, thus leading to a rapid cellular resorption of the particles and accelerating the formation of new bone.
IMPLANTOLOGY, PERIODONTOLOGY AND ORAL AND CMF SURGERY
– Sinus lift
– Intraosseous defects
– Socket preservation
– Osseous defects
– Regeneration in small/contained defects
– Gap-filling in combination with other bone substitutes
- Comparison of the rates of bone regeneration in sinus lift grafting with a calcium phosphate paste between the 6th and the 9th month: a clinical case. Georgi Papanchev et al., Scripta Scientifica Medicinae Dentalis, vol. 1, No 1, 2015, 41-49. LINK
- Guided Bone Regeneration and Simultaneous Implant Placement. Stefan Peev et al. International Journal of Science and Research. Vol 5, 2; Feb 2016. LINK
- Influence of maxresorb® inject (60% hydroxyapatite and 40% β-tricalcium phosphate) on bone healing in rats. R. Schnettler, Surgical Hospital and Polyclinic for Trauma Surgery University Hospital Gießen and Marburg. Scientific report, 2011 (available upon request)
- Bone regeneration following socket preservation using different bone substitute materials. A pilot study in dogs. Rothamel and D. Ferrari, University of Cologne/University of Duesseldorf. Scientific report, 2009 (available upon request)
 Brown and Chow (1985). Dental restorative cement pastes. US Patent 4’518’430, American Dental Association Health Foundation, USA