Geass proposes products for advanced and regenerative surgery which help you achieve excellent results in all clinical cases and which best respond to the needs of the dentist and the expectations of the patient.
As well as specific instruments for sinus lifts and mini sinus lifts, for split crest interventions or regeneration, dentists have biomaterial, bone substitutes and membranes available to be used during interventions in the management of minor defects and larger bone atrophies.
A valid aid in carrying out ideal implant-prosthetic rehabilitation, so achieving excellent results in a predictable way from a functional and esthetic point of view, even in cases which have major tissue defects.
Regenerative surgery in dentistry allows you to remedy unfavorable anatomical and/or esthetic situations for the implant insertion. Tissue regeneration techniques are advanced surgical procedures which are reliable and effective with reduced invasiveness and foresee the insertion of biocompatible materials as a substitute for bone and membranes. Biomaterials stimulate the bone remodelling process to recreate the ideal volume for the insertion of the implant, either immediately or delayed.
Bone substitutes are used in many branches of dentistry to resolve complex clinical situations in which implant insertion is not possible due to bone atrophies. Therefore, to recreate adequate bone volume, as well as regenerative surgical techniques, biomaterial which stimulates bone modelling is used.
A synthetic biomaterial, designed for the filling of bone defects and suitable in all clinical situations. Made up of tricalcium phosphate (TCP) and Hydroapatite (HAp), is available in granulated form (various dimensions).
The membranes are used regularly in periodontology and regenerative surgery to aid tissue or bone regeneration. They act as barriers to separate osteoblastic cells from epithelial cells to make the regeneration of lost tissue predictable. They protect grafted material during remodelling phases.
A synthetic membrane with double strata, in PLGA, biocompatible and totally reabsorbable to cover medium, large and peri-implant bone defects, creating a barrier betwen the mucosa and the bone.