Bovine Xenograft manufactured by
Medpark's Sintering Technology

  Proven

Manufacturing

Technology

Safety
Bio-
Compatibility
Easy

Manipulation

​Propuct Description
Material
Type
Particle Size
Size
Bovine
Powder
Chip
0.2~1.0mm
1.0~2.0mm
0.15g / 0.3cc
0.25g / 0.5cc
0.5g / 1.0cc
1.0g / 2.0cc
0.25g / 0.75cc
0.5g / 1.5cc
1.0g / 3.0cc
2.0g / 6.0cc
Proven Technology
Higher Temperature
Strength
Medpark's
Sintering
Technology
Strength
Porosity
BONE-XB
We could secure strength, porosity and safety
Excellent Pore Structure
- Manufactured by Medpark's sintering technology
   -> Securing strength / porosity
- Extensive internal area
- Maintenance of ideal volume
Easy Manipulation
- Faster absorption by blood and saline for its porosity
- Applicable to various indication such as Socket Preservation, Sinus Lifts, 
  Periodontal Defects and Ridge Augmentation
High Wettability
- Stimulating new bone formation with great hydration with blood
- Osteoblast in blood helps the new bone formation
Characteristics
Characteristics
Clinical Case

Preoperative panoramic radiograph partially edentulous at teeth 12

Bone resorption in the

edentulous area

Implant placement

exposure of implant threads (4.5mm)

Membrane and Medpark

BONE-D contouring and covering

Membrane and Medpark BONE-D contouring and covering

Stable bone formation

after 5 months

Temporary restorations for

contouring of the soft tissue

Postoperative

panoramic radiograph

Related Paper
M. Figueiredo et al., 2010, Effect of the calcination temperature on the composition and microstructure of
hydroxyapatite derived from human and animal bone, Ceramics International 36 (2010) 2383-2393
Antoine Berberi et al, 2004, Physicochemical characteristics of bone substitues used in oral surgery in comparison to autogenous bone, BioMed Research International Vol.2014.
AI Pearce et al., 2007, Animal models for Implant biomaterial research in Bone : A riview, European Cells and Materials
Vol. 13. 2007
JungHeon Lee et al, 2017, Physicochemical of porcine bone-derived grafting material and comparison with bovine
xenografts for dental applications, J Periodontal Implant Sci. 2017 Dec;46(6):388-401

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