Puros Cortico-Cancellous Particulate Allograft

Author : Dental Product Shopper
Published Date 06/01/2012
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Puros Cortico-Cancellous Particulate Allograft

Puros Cortico-Cancellous Allograft simplifies the bone grafting process, offers easy handling, and ensures safety and performance.

In an effort to simplify the bone grafting process for dental professionals, Zimmer Dental recently introduced Puros Cortico-Cancellous Particulate Allograft.

In the past, when clinicians needed a combination of cortical and cancellous material to appropriately treat a patient, they had to create their own mixture chairside. Puros Cortico- Cancellous Particulate Allograft resolves that issue with an anatomic-based mixture of cortical and cancellous bone. Made of 70% cortical bone and 30% cancellous bone, this particulate material provides clinicians with the best of both worlds.

Simplicity Ensured

Puros Cortico-Cancellous Particulate Allograft eliminates the need for mixing. In addition, it retains its osteoconductive properties because of the preservation of the natural bone matrix collagen and mineral composition, trabecular pattern, and original porosity.

Zimmer describes Puros Cortico-Cancellous Particulate Allograft as easy to use because of its quick hydration, 5-year shelf life, and room-temperature storage. The particulate mixture is offered in 2 sizes to accommodate different defect dimensions.

The Tutoplast Process?Safety and Quality

Puros Cortico-Cancellous Particulate Allograft is sterilized and preserved with Zimmer?s proprietary Tutoplast Process, which has been used for over 40 years in more than 3 million procedures.

The Tutoplast Process ensures the safety and quality of each single-donor vial of the bone grafting material. This process retains the integrity of the collagen matrix and tissue, while at the same time inactivating pathogens and removing unwanted materials such as cells, antigens, and viruses. The resulting tissue is safe and biocompatible.

Clinical Confidence

In dentistry, the Puros name offers clinicians a high level of confidence in the safety and performance of this new particulate mixture. When combined with the Tutoplast Process, dental professionals can be assured of the quality of Puros Cortico- Cancellous Particulate Allograft.