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Currently a wide range of materials are used in Dental bone reconstruction procedures:
Advantages of Ivory Dentin Graft vs. Bone derived material:
Ivory Dentin Graft™ is contraindicated under the following conditions:
- In the presence of acute inflammation
- In patients with known or suspected hypersensitivity or allergy to porcine products
- In patients affected by immunological disorders
|Indication||Recommended quantity of Ivory Dentin Graft™ to be applied on the bone defect (grams)**:|
|Augmentation or reconstructive treatment of alveolar ridge||Varies|
|Filling of infrabony periodontal defects||0.25 – 1|
|Filling of defects after root resection, apicoectomy and cystectomy||0.25 – 1|
|Filling of extraction sockets to enhance preservation of the alveolar ridge||0.5 – 2.0|
|Elevation of maxillary sinus floor||2.0 – 5.0|
|Filling of periodontal defects in conjunction with products intended for GTR and GBR||0.25 – 1.5|
|Filling of peri-implant defects in conjunction with products intended for GBR||0.25 – 1.5|
**Other clinical parameters may also impact the recommended quantity to be administrated, e.g., size and anatomical site of the defect, bone quality at the recipient site, thickness of bone, poor blood supply, maxillary or mandibular defect, type of teeth (e.g., incisors, molars), functional load at defect for daily dental activity required, pressure from adjacent tissues, or external or internal augmentation procedure.
1.Granules packed in a sterile barrier system consisting of capped glass vials packed in an outer blister.
2.Granules packed in a single sterile barrier system consisting of a delivery applicator – syringe packed in aluminum pouch.
Both types are packed in a single-packed carton box and provided sterile to the end user (sterilized by γ-irradiation for single use).
Ivory Graft Clinical Study:
Safety and Efficacy Evaluation of the Ivory Dentin Graft™ Device
Conclusion: Ivory Dentin Graft provides an excellent microenvironment for bone ingrowth and successful osteogenic activity
Representative histological image from the study