Allograft Bone Blocks
Puros® Customized Block Allograft

The Custom Approach For Complex Defects

Patients with severe atrophy of the mandible or maxilla who have elected for an implant-supported restoration may benefit from customized treatment. Allogenic (human) blocks as well as autologous blocks are the choice materials for the bone graft required for these cases. The success or failure of the grafting procedure may be determined by how well the block conforms to the defect. Puros Allograft Customized Blocks are a crucial developmental step in block grafting. A custom block is produced using CAD/CAM technology based on a CBCT/CT scan of the defect area. This makes the procedure more comfortable for your patient by reducing surgery time and minimizing the risk of complications.1

Your Benefits

1.Tutoplast® Process

  • Retains osteoconductive properties due to the preservation of the natural bone matrix collagen and mineral composition, trabecular pattern and original porosity.2,3
  • Sterilized and preserved using the proprietary Tutoplast Process, customized allogenic blocks are a high-quality option for successful bone regeneration procedures.4
  • In more than 40 years, over 5 million grafts have been sterilized using the Tutoplast Process without a single case of graft-related infection reported.5


2. Congruent In Shape

  • Customized block fits precisely to defect.
  • Large contact surface area improves ingrowth of blood vessels and revascularization.6


3. Reduced Surgery Time

  • Additional manual adjustment of the defect and of the customized block is seldom required, allowing for reduced surgery time and reduced morbidity.7

 

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1. Schlee M, Rothamel D. Ridge augmentation using customized allogenic bone blocks: proof of concept and histological findings. Implant Dent. (2013) 22:212-8.

2. Keith JD Jr, Petrungaro P, Leonetti JA, Elwell CW, Zeren KJ, Caputo C et al. Clinical and histologic evaluation of a mineralized block allograft: results from the developmental period (2001-2004). Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent. 2006;26:321-327.

3. Leonetti JA, Koup R. Localized maxillary ridge augmentation with a block allograft for dental implant placement: case reports. Implant Dent. 2003;12:217-226.

4. Würzler KK, Will F, Berger S. Herstellung und Anwendung CAD/CAM-gefräster, patientenspezifischer Knochenblöcke. Implantologie Journal (2015) 5:30-36.

5. Data on file with RTI Surgical, Inc

6. McAllister, B. S. Bone augmentation techniques Journal of Periodontology 2007;78:377-396

7. Parthasarathy, J., 3D modeling, custom implants and its future perspectives in craniofacial surgery. Annals of Maxillofacial Surgery 2014;4:9-18.

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