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Allograft Solutions for Every Indication

DynaBlast®

Demineralized Bone Matrix with Cancellous Bone

  • Mineralized cancellous bone chips with Demineralized Bone Matrix in Reverse Phase Medium
  • Powerful 2-in-1 combination of osteoconductive and osteoinductive elements in a carrier that thickens at body temperature and resists irrigation
  • Available in paste and putty formulations

Accell Connexus®

Demineralized Bone Matrix

  • Advanced bone grafting, built on a strong foundation
  • Combines Demineralized Bone Matrix and Reverse Phase Medium with Accell Technology to create Accell Bone Matrix
  • Patented dispersed form of Demineralized Bone Matrix that offers a significant increase in surface area, which provides access to natural bone proteins delivering osteoinductive properties 

DynaGraft-D®

Osteoinductive Bone Graft Substitute

  • Combination of Demineralized Bone Matrix and Reverse Phase Medium providing osteoinductive properties with excellent handling for stimulating bone growth
  • Can be used alone or as a bone graft extender
  • Available in gel and putty formulations

DynaCore®

Mineralized Allograft Particulate

  • Available in mineralized cortical, cancellous, and 80:20 cortical/cancellous mix formulations
  • Packs well into any shape defect for surgical flexibility
  • Rehydrates for use alone or as a bone graft extender
  • Scaffold maintains space and volume of the defect site
  • Provides an osteoconductive scaffold to encourage the attachment of osteogenic precursor cells
  • Gradual resorption and replacement with the patient’s own bone
  • Conveniently stored at ambient temperature 

DynaMatrix® and DynaMatrix® Plus

Extracellular Membrane

  • Intact, naturally occurring Extracellular Matrix designed to remodel soft tissue
  • Flexible enough to be rolled or folded, yet strong enough to be sutured or tacked
  • Easily cut when dry, but will not tear when wet
  • Choice of thickness; DynaMatrix® Plus is twice the thickness of standard DynaMatrix®
  • Naturally bioactive membrane

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