THE Graft™ Collagen, a form of block and ring composed of the porcine-derived bone mineral matrix from cancellous bone and atelocollagen from porcine tendon, is a material used to fill, augment, and/or reconstruct periodontal, oral, and maxillofacial defects.
The bone mineral matrix is similar to the physical and chemical aspects of the mineralized matrix of human bone. Hydrated collagen components have a viscosity that facilitates for the blending of a bone mineral matrix.
Made of 90% of THE Graft™ granules and 10% collagen, THE Graft™ Collagen is easier to mold than THE Graft™ granules alone.
Therefore, THE Graft™ Collagen has better handling property compared to that of THE Graft™, making it possible to adapt grafting materials to various shapes of the defect site with more ease.
While retaining better handling properties,
THE Graft™ Collagen is able to form sufficient osseous tissue for implant placement.
And maintain natural volume and great adhesion property which leads to minimum chair time.
With great hydrophilicity, THE Graft™ Collagen stabilizes the clot and aids in revascularization of the grafting material in the defect area to increase cell migration efficiency to the mineral substrate.
As a result, fast bone formation can be expected, as well as a predictable clinical result.