OSSIX Bone: A shapeable, ossifying scaffold for the growth of natural bone in periodontal and implant procedures. Its unique design makes it easy to use, it has no particle migration, and it actively integrates with host tissue.3
OSSIX Volumax: A biodegradable collagen membrane for restoring lost volume in guided bone and tissue regeneration procedures. Its proprietary layering technology provides greater thickness for durability and porosity for healing.
OSSIX Plus: A durable, biodegradable collagen membrane designed for optimal handling and ease of placement. It provides prolonged barrier function in a wide range of guided bone and tissue regeneration procedures.4
OSSIX Graft: A particulate allograft that consists of cortical bone matrix, and may be used in a variety of reconstructive, periodontal, and oral maxillofacial procedures.
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