OneXeno   Graft®

A natural and predictable way to regenerate bone 

OneXeno Graft® are obtained from equine or bovine bone tissue using an innovative chemical-physical enzymatic deantigenation process. The use of digestive enzymes operating at physiological temperature (37°C) enables the complete elimination of the antigenic component of the tissue, without the mineral component undergoing any changes. The unmodified bone mineral phase is recognised as endogenous by the osteoclasts. The bone substitute consequently undergoes a total remodelling process, in the end being completely substituted by endogenous bone in physiological times. The best possible condition for osseointegrated implants.

OneXeno   Graft®  characteristics   :
 

  1. Osteoinductive and Osteoinductive ability.

  2. Excellent biocompatibility.

  3. Strict securing system of safety.

  4. Long shelf Life ( 5 years )

  5. Natural collagen.

 

OneXeno   Graft®     Applications:
 

  1. Ridge Augmentation or Reconstruction.

  2. Sinus Grafting.

  3. Socket Preservation.

  4. Periodontal Defects Grafting.

  5. Grafting for implant placement

  6. Dehiscence or Fenestration treatment 

OneXeno   Graft®   product Range:


 

OneXeno Graft®  is available in eight convenient quantities of small or large granules, which adapt easily to defect sites.


Small OneAllo Graft® granules (0.25 – 1 mm)

Allows good adaptation to surrounding surface contours.

Useful for smaller defects and autogenous block graft contouring.

 


Large OneAllo Graft® granules (1 – 2 mm)

Recommended for larger bone augmentation procedures.
 

OneXeno Graft® small granules: 0.25 mm - 1 mm 
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The small OneXeno Graft® particles allow close contact with the surrounding bony wall. They are recommended for smaller defects and for contouring autogenous block grafts and augmenting defects around implants.

OneXeno Graft® large granules: 1 mm - 2 mm
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The large OneXeno Graft® granules provide more space between the particles than the small granules. In large defects, this enables improved regeneration over large distances and provides sufficient space for the ingrowth of new bone.