Solve My Problem: Easier delivery for more consistent bone graft placement

June 30, 2020
Noah Levine
Volume 54, Issue 7

With NovaBone Dental Putty and its uni-dose cartridge delivery, clinicians can take a minimally invasive approach when bone augmentation is necessary.

The Problem

Bone graft materials can be difficult to manipulate and place

When placing a bone graft, minimally invasive approaches can be challenging because the graft material can be hard to deliver to difficult to access defects.

The Solution

NovaBone Dental Putty

  • The material features a bimodal particle distribution of Calcium Phosphosilicate with Polyethylene Glycol to create a putty that does not set like cement, but can adapt to the defect shape
  • Available in a variety of delivery systems, including shells, syringes, and uni-dose cartridges which dispense the material through a 2.8 mm cannula, allowing easier placement
  • A bioactive regenerative material, the putty acts as an osteoconductive scaffold while also providing active osteostimulation to encourage differentiation of new bone cells at the site for faster bone regeneration and increased rate of resorption
  • Radio-dense, the material appears as a mass on radiographs that can be differentiated from surrounding bone by the lack of trabecular pattern
  • The putty has a 4-year shelf life and does not require refrigeration

Osteogenics Biomedical

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