What makes a successful bone graft?

Three key elements of bone regeneration


Key elements_Scaffold Turquoise (EN) Scaffolds
Allograft chips or synthetic granules provide the osteoconductive elements to encourage the attachment of osteogenic precursor cells. Scaffold maintains volume of the defect site while anchoring surrounding cells.
Key elements_Signal Turquoise (EN) Signals
Proven osteoinductive properties of BMPs in demineralized bone stimulates the growth of new bone.
Key elements_Cells Turquoise (EN) Cells
Patient’s own osteoblasts, osteoclasts and mesenchymal stem cells integrate with the graft material.

Osteoconduction provides the guidance, osteoinduction encourages he transformation of undifferentiated cells to active bone cells and osteogenesis, living osteoblasts within the graft material aid in the bone renovation process.