Osteo-P™ Bone Graft Substitute has many advantageous features when compared to traditional bone void fillers.
Osteo-P™ recruits osteoblasts to support and guide the ingrowth of new bone.
Osteo-P™ is radiolucent upon implantation and becomes radiopaque as fusion occurs. This enables visualization of real time fusion and healing as well as early identification of pseudoarthrosis.
Osteo-P™ has no risk of disease transmission. The consistent quality of Osteo-P™ allows surgeons to easily manipulate and maximize direct contact with viable host bone.
Controlled, Standardized Pore Sizes
- Overall porosity: 85-95%
- Macropores: 100 μm - 500 μm
- Micropores: <100 μm
Osteo-P™‘s porosity and pore sizes provide the optimal environment for vascularization and bone infiltration. The resulting increase in surface area allows the inflow of fluids and metabolites leading to healthy formation of vascularized bone.
Optimum Degradation Profile
Osteo-P™ is replaced by newly formed bone following the natural course of repair and regeneration. The degradation profile, in conjunction with host bone regeneration, results in the formation of the patient's own vascularized bone.
Excellent Handling Characteristics
Osteo-P™’s compressibility and tensile strength allows the scaffold to be gently packed-in to fill a void or sutured in place.
Easy Storage and Sterilization
Osteo-P™ is delivered in a ready to use sterile package and stores at room temperature. Additionally, Osteo-P™ is not subject to degradation through hydrolysis, making shipping logistic more convenient.
Multiple Shapes and Sizes
Osteo-P™ is offered in granules, blocks, sheets, and cylinders.