When you own a dental practice, your aim has to be performing safe dental procedures, giving your patients the peace of mind and growing your practice as a business to care for a larger audience. However, the complexity of traditional bone grafting procedures involving allografts and autografts poses challenges for new and established practices. With curasan’s osteobiologic products, you have the opportunity to change. Here’s why:
Simplified Bone Grafting
Bone grafting is a challenge when the patient has to donate the bone to support their dental implant. At least two surgeries have to be performed in the case of traditional autograft. With curasan’s dental bone grafts, multiple surgeries are not necessary.
Absence of Human Allografts
You can rest assured that curasan’s bioceramic bone grafts are completely free from any human or animal tissue reducing the potential risk of product related safety concerns for both you and your patient.
Faster Grafting Free of Paperwork
A lot of paperwork is required when using human allograft. The patient is required to consent for using human tissue and the dental practice is required to return a tissue use card for each allograft product used. With curasan’s biosynthetic bone grafts, no such consents are required reducing the potential safety conversations and reducing paperwork time in the clinic.
One of the biggest concerns for both patients and surgeons is if the grafts they are using will be effective in achieving the results of the surgery. Bone grafts from curasan have been designed to mimic human bone. We understand that the most important thing for any dental practice or clinic is patient’s satisfaction, and given our nearly 30 years designing, manufacturing and selling dental bone grafts, we are sure our bone grafts will help you achieve ideal patient satisfaction.
We have over 250 journal publications and industry meeting posters available that document the biological properties and science of our products. Some study highlights that illustrate successful outcomes for patients:
- 10 year comparative study: equal to autogenous bone for extraction alveoli repair (Harel)
- Bilateral sinus lift: the only synthetic to be compared to autogenous bone for sinus lift. The result: “no significant difference.” (Szabo)