Our bone graft products aim to provide better patient outcomes. That’s the promise of our advanced, next-generation technology.
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TrelCor: our advanced synthetic bone graft technology
Nanocrystalline surface structure stimulates cellular healing upon contact1-3
Bone-like HCA surface chemistry means new bone can start forming even sooner4,5
Pore architecture mimics cancellous bone, allowing new bone growth throughout the implant
Graft resorption rate uniquely matches the rate of patient’s new bone growth
References 1. Data on File: Ectopic Bone Formation Response of TrelCor in a Sheep Intramuscular Pouch Model; 2. Zhang J. et al. J. of Tissue Eng. And Regen. Med. 11: pp. 3273-3283 (2017); 3. Duan R. et al.ACS Biomater. Sci. Eng. 4: pp. 3347-3355 (2018); 4. Hayashi K. et al. Materials Today Bio. 4: pp. 1-11 (2019); 5. Spence G. et al. Key Eng. Materials Vols. 309-31: pp 207-210 (2006).
Agilon: loaded with advanced TrelCor technology to heal more successfully
Packed with bioactive4 TrelCor granules to maximize bone contact
Better handling and containment keep you a step ahead in the operating room
Reference 4. Data on File: Evaluation of the Bioactive Response to TrelCor Bone Graft Products.
DirectCell: stem cell technology, without the risks5
Ensure higher stem cell counts thanks to true multi-directional harvesting system, no centrifuge required
Accelerate healing with high quality autograft dowels rich with marrow and microvasculature6,7
Blend cells with cell-stimulating8 TrelCor technology to boost bone growth
More convenient, more safe, more efficient. The DirectCell System was developed to meets your needs.
References 5. Use of autologous cells eliminates the risk of disease transmission compared to cadaveric-derived cellular allograft. 6. Ostrup LT, et al. Distant transfer of a free, living bone graft by microvascular anastomoses. An experimental study. Plast Reconstr Surg. 1974 Sep;54(3):274-85. 7. Taylor GI, et al. The free vascularized bone graft. A clinical extension of microvascular techniques. Plast Reconstr Surg. 1975 May; 55(5):533-544. 8. Data on file.