- Bond Apatite is a cement-based, osteoconductive composite, mineral bone substitute that is used for bone reconstruction and regeneration in the maxillofacial and dental alveolar applications and is intended for filling, augmenting, and reconstructing a broad range of bone defects.
- Bond Apatite is composed of 2 matrices which have different absorption coefficients and characteristics. The first matrix is a patented biphasic calcium sulfate, which is absorbed and replaced completely by the patient's own bone. The second matrix is a formula of hydroxyapatite granules which serves as a longer range space maintainer.
- The product guarantees minimally invasive surgical procedure, reduced treatment time, and convenient manipulation of the graft material for the clinician and his patients, due to the product's unique nature and the specially designed syringe.
- In less than a minute, the entire graft placement and stabilization can be achieved, even in the most challenging situations. No membrane may be used with Bond Apatite during the grafting procedures.
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