preserved bone grafts

Editorial Bioteck

19 February 2024

Bone regeneration using collagen-preserved bone grafts

Today we present the clinical case of a young patient who required immediate implant rehabilitation of a multi-rooted element.

Although the amount of alveolar bone was sufficient for implant placement, the gap between implant and basal bone was filled by using collagen-preserved equine bone (Osteoxenon®) mixed with autologous bone.


Osteoxenon® bone granules are produced by the Zymo-Teck® enzymatic process that preserves the collagen and mineral component in native form.


This allows its complete remodeling with the patient’s bone in physiological time. This is definitely an advantage in implant rehabilitation because at the end of remodeling, the implant will be in contact with vital patient bone.


In order to achieve an optimal aesthetic result, the physician also used a custom abutment that aimed to facilitate the healing process of the gum tissue around the implant…


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