BioBoost Effect™: The Discovery
Discovery of the BioBoost Effect unveils the science behind the seemingly super natural response to the Trabecular Metal Implant. The BioBoost Effect is a multiplication of naturally occurring growth factors to deliver faster healing and earlier bone formation than traditional implants.1-8
The BioBoost Effect, only available on the Trabecular Metal Implant, is the result of a proprietary combination of cancellous-like porosity and highly biocompatible tantalum.9-11 With mounting evidence of this clinical advantage in Rapid Recovery, Risk Management, and Revision Therapy cases, harness the healing power of the BioBoost Effect and take your practice to the next level.
Accelerate healing with a 2-week final loading protocol.12-15
Expand treatment in poor bone and impaired healing.16-26
Leverage the healing advantage in implant replacement.
The BioBoost Effect accelerates healing and bone formation through the multi-plication of naturally-occurring growth factors related to bone formation, wound healing,and vascularization3,6-8 Several studies have docu- mented the Trabecular Metal Implant in a 2-week ﬁnal loading protocol with a 97% to 100% survival rate after up to five years fellow up.12-14
Early bone healing and attachment through enhanced gene expression compared to traditional implants3,6
Significantly higher up regulation of growth factors related to bone healing than traditional implants3,6
97.2% survival after five years, two-week ﬁnal loading protocol12
100% survival after four years, two-week final loading protocol in extraction sites14
Several studies have shown that Trabecular Metal Implants perform well in patients with risk factors such as diabetes,rheumatoid arthritis, prior oral infection, the effects of cancer treatment and poor bone quali- ty.16-26The Trabecular Metal Implant may offer beneficial conditions for healthy implant integration in underserved patient populations.
100% survival after one year in postablative cancer patients21
97.2% survival after three years in patients with systemic disease22
Faster bone healing around Trabecular Metal Implants than tradi-tional implants in diabetic and osteopenic patients7,8
Patients with a previously failed implant are at a higher risk for another failure.27 Therefore, it is important to treat the cause of the initial failure and select the replacement implant very carefully. Unlike conventional implants, Trabecular Metal Implants offer BioBoost Technology for the healthy ingrowth of vascularized bone as well as the potential for enhanced bone healing compared to conventional titanium implants,1-8 making them an excellent choice in revision therapy.
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