Augma Biomaterials

Minimal invasive horizontal ridge augmentation with Calcium Sulfate bone cement: A case series

Background: The objective of this retrospective study is to assess the minimal invasive technique for augmenting horizontal ridge bone defects using biphasic calcium sulfate with hydroxyapatite bone cement.

Treatment of an ossifying fibroma of the mandible with endodontic microsurgery and grafting with a biphasic calcium sulfate material: a case report

A significant percentage of lesions of endodontic origin require surgical management due to the possible diagnosis of odontogenic cysts and tumors in the maxilla and mandible. Ossifying fibroma is a…

Use of a Biphasic Calcium Sulphate Graft to Treat Posterior Maxillary Atrophies by Avoiding a Lateral Sinus Approach

Augmentation of the maxillary sinus when severe atrophy and/or pneumatization of the sinus has occurred results in minimal crestal height that will not allow simultaneous implant placement has been a…

Utilization of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate as Socket Preservation Grafting as a Prelude to Implant Placement: A Case Report

Extraction of the natural tooth may be a prelude to implant placement. This may be done using an immediate placement protocol or require a delayed approach depending on multiple factors…

Calcium Sulfate in Implantology (Biphasic Calcium Sul-Fate Hydroxyapatite, BCSHA, Bond Apatite®) Review of the Literature and Case Reports

Abstract: Calcium sulfate is used as a synthetic graft material in orthopedics, plastic surgery, oncological surgery, and dentistry, and it has been used in a variety of clinical applications, such…

The using of biphasic calcium sulfate in two-stage treatment of odontogenic fibroma of the mandible – Case Report

ontogenic cysts using a biphasic calcium sulfate composite bone graft.

Prospective randomized controlled clinical trial to compare hard tissue changes following socket preservation using alloplasts, xenografts vs no grafting: Clinical and histological findings

Purpose: To compare dimensional changes and bone quality of two different grafting materials used for socket preservation. Materials and Methods: Thirty-three patients requiring extraction were recruited and randomly assigned to receive: biphasic…

The Use of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate for Surgical Treatment of Osseous Defects Resulting from Radicular Cysts

The Use of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate (Bond Apatite®) for Surgical Treatment of Osseous Defects Resulting from Radicular Cysts – Clinical Study of 6 Months Follow‑up

The use of grafting material biphasic calcium sulfate for the treatment of osseous defects resulting from radicular cysts. Clinical study and six-month follow up

Properties and Clinical Applications of Biphasic Calcium Sulfate

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