Implant procedures for missing teeth are on the rise in dental offices. With the expanded services comes a need for more knowledge about bone preservation, augmentation and grafting during implant placement.
After researching several bone products, I have chosen BaseBone. This product is a freeze-dried bone allograft (FDBA) for dental grafting. BaseBone's patented, revolutionary washing procedure uses supercritical CO2, which allows beneficial extracellular components such as collagen to remain in the final product. This process helps preserve the intracellular structure which has shown to help with healing and less bone volume loss. Maximum osseointegration has been observed at 250 to 630 microns, making BaseBone particulate the perfect grafting option.
PRODUCT UPDATE: BaseBone Biologics recently received customer feedback that they should expand their sizing offering and guess what? They listened. They now offer .25 cc, 0.50 cc., 1.0 cc and 1.50 cc cortical allograft sizes. From a lateral incisor to a large molar with a buccal wall defect, they have you covered.
In addition to expanding the unit sizes, they now deliver the cortical product line in a single-use dappen dish. No more wasted time with the autoclave, no more extra set-ups, simply hydrate in the delivery container.
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