£90.00 (exc. VAT)
Sinoss Membrane is a resorbable barrier membrane for application in bone regeneration (GBR) and guided tissue regeneration (GTR).
Sinoss Membrane provides a long-lasting adequate barrier function for 6 months. This membrane provides permanent view to the defect and bone graft material during the treatment and has perfect handling characteristics between stability and flexibility.
The membrane is not cross-linked, and the superior properties of the material are preserved, maintaining the characteristics of the natural tissue as essential elements of the GBR and GTR concept. The material has biocompatible, apyrogenic and fully resorbable in live tissue when implanted. Sinoss Membrane satisfies the physicochemical characteristics to provide biocompatibility, tissue regeneration, cell-occlusivity, space making ability, in addition to ease of use in the clinic with removal not required.
Easy to place. Bone graft material and defect is visible from the beginning.
Easy procedure. There is no second surgery necassary in order to remove the membrane. As the barrier resorbs, a matrix is created that allows fibroplast infiltration.
Easy to handle. The natural collagen structure provides a unique combination of good handling and ideal defect adaptability. Because both sides are smooth, either side may be placed against the defect. The SinosMem barrier membrane is easy to handle by hydration and can be cut.
High resistance. Designed to resist tearing during placement, SinossMem is naturally stronger than other membranes.
Indications: Implantology, Periodontology, Oral Surgery & CMF
– Simultaneous use of GBR-membrane (SinossMem), bone graft material and implants
– Augmentation around implants placed immediately or delayed extraction sockets
– Localized ridge augmentation for later implantation
– Alveolar ridge reconstruction for prosthetic treatment
– Filling of bone defects after root resection, cystectomy, removal of retained teeth
– Guided bone regeneration in dehiscence defects
– Socket preservation
– Protection of the Schneiderian membrane