Catalog Biomaterials 2021

2| Biomaterials Product catalog 2021 Biomaterials for hard and soft tissue regeneration BioHorizons and Camlog are setting standards in hard and soft tissue regeneration with the bone substitute materials MinerOss® X Collagen and Granules and MinerOss® XP, the collagen membranes Mem-Lok® RCM and Mem-Lok® Pliable, and the NovoMatrix™ Reconstructive Tissue Matrix. These xenogeneic products are suitable for a broad spectrum of applications. MinerOss® X is an anorganic bovine bone mineral matrix which is comparable to the mineral structure of human bone. MinerOss® X is available as a cancellous bone granulate or in block form combined with 5% collagen. Its complex trabecular architecture and natural consistency allow for ideal bone formation at the defect site. The MinerOss® X products are used for extraction sockets, for alveolar ridge enhancement, and for sinus augmentation. MinerOss® X Particulate is available in the sizes 0.25, 0.5, 1.0 and 2.0 grams. MinerOss® X Collagen blocks are available in three sizes. MinerOss® XP is a highly porous, anorganic bone mineral of porcine origin used in bone grafting. Its high porosity provides optimal osteoconductivity and sufficient space for new bone formation [1]. The resorbable Mem-Lok® RCM collagen membrane is made from highly purified, type I collagen derived from bovine achilles tendon. Mem-Lok® is an effective barrier membrane preventing epithelial cells frommigrating into the bone defect site to support new bone formation. Mem-Lok® Pliable is a collagen membrane made from highly purified, porcine peritoneum. It has a high suture pull-out strength. Mem-Lok® Pliable resorbs in 12 to 16 weeks. Both membranes are offered in three sizes (15 x 20; 20 x 30 and 30 x 40 mm). NovoMatrix™ is an acellular dermal matrix of porcine origin used for thickening soft tissue and covering recessions. The biomaterials portfolio also includes collagen wound dressings. BioPlug and BioStrip absorb blood and other fluids to protect treated areas and to support optimal regeneration. They are mainly used to close extraction sockets and to cover smaller wounds. Clinical proven Partner of success Quality standards Novel solutions