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OX Block

   
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OX blocks are rigid
cancellous bone blocks.
 
 
As the other Osteoxenon devices
blocks maintain the presence of native collagen, main feature of the advanced line.
 
Their remodeling time
is, on average, 6-8 months, depending on the anatomical conditions of the site being grafted and on the type of surgery performed.
 
Before being placed
they must be shaped with rotating instruments in order to guarantee the best possible contact with the patient’s bone.
 
Proper fixation is mandatory.
The use of a long-lasting membrane (pericardium or cortical membrane) is mandatory.
Proper flap management is necessary.
 
The OX line
is obtained through the same process of bone grafts manufacturing used in orthopedics and neurosurgery. Its main feature is the preservation of natural bone collagen in its native conformation. This gives the OX bone grafts the mechanical resistance typical of natural bone. It is an important feature, for example, in the manufacturing of rigid, tough block grafts. Moreover, thanks to native collagen, the regeneration process is facilitated by the several biological properties of this molecule.
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OX51
Cancellous bone block
1 pc 10 x 10 x 10 mm

OX52

Cancellous bone block
1 pc 10 x 10 x 20 mm

OX54

cancellous bone block
2 pcs 10 x 20 x 3 mm

OX55

Cancellous bone block
2 pcs 10 x 20 x 5 mm

OX05R

Cortical-cancellous bone block
1 pc 15 x 30 x 5 mm
 
Horizontal or horizontal and vertical onlay grafts
on the upper jaw.
Inlay grafts
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