Bone Integration

Pure-phase hydroxyapatite


The Optimized Hydroxyapatite

Osbone Dental is a next-generation synthetic hydroxyapatite offering a safe and effective alternative to hydroxyapatite products of human or animal/xenograft origin. Its high porosity and ability for rapid osseointegration makes it an excellent choice for many dental procedures.  It may be the best solution for patients with challenging needs, such as nicotine abuse, metabolic diseases, osteoporosis and other cases where bone growth could be compromised.

Osbone Biocompatibility

Osbone is biocompatible,  as demonstrated by the excellent cell proliferation in a pre-clinical study. In contrast, bovine hydroxyapatite only produced isolated cells and a low proliferation after 28 days.

Ideal Flexibility for Immediate or Delayed Placement

In a multi-center study (32 centers, 190 patients, and at least 12 months follow-up) using Osbone²,  98.7 % of the augmented implant areas were reported as suitable at the time of implant placement.  Immediate placement was performed in 117 of the implants. The authors reported that there was “… never any loss of a dental implant, confirming the stability of the healed ceramic material”.


  • Space maintenance and osseointegration
  • Boney attachment in challenging bone growth potential patients


  • Defects after removal of bone cysts
  • Augmentation of the atrophied alveolar ridge
  • Sinus floor elevation (subantral augmentation)
  • Filling of alveolar defects following tooth extraction for alveolar ridge preservation 
  • Filling of extraction defects to create an implant bed
  • Filling of two- or multi-walled infrabony pockets, and bi- and trifurcation defects
  •  Support function for a membrane in guided tissue regeneration (GTR)
  • Defects after surgical removal of retained teeth or corrective osteotomies
  • Other multi-walled bone defects of the alveolar processes.