INNOTERE 3D Scaffold

Contact

INNOTERE GmbH

Phone: +49 351 2599 9410

Fax: +49 351 2599 9429

Mail: order[at]innotere.de

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INNOTERE 3D Scaffold is a synthetic, porous, biocompatible and bioresorbable bone substitute material for use in human and veterinary orthopedic surgery. It can be applied for filling or reconstructing of non-load-bearing bone defects or for filling of bone defects, which are sufficiently stabilized by appropriate means. The exceptional properties of INNOTERE 3D Scaffold result from a new 3D-printing technique using INNOTERE's innovative calcium phosphate bone cement paste and low temperature processing.

 

The main features of INNOTERE 3D Scaffold are:

  • defined and interconnected open porosity

  • manufactured from full-synthetic raw materials

  • main crystal phase is bone-like, nanocrystalline hydroxyapatite

  • resorbable by bone remodeling processes

 

The particular application areas of INNOTERE 3D Scaffold are:

  • metaphyseal defect fractures, e.g. fractures of the tibia, radius and humerus

  • bone defects following resection of benign tumors and cysts

  • bone defects in oral and maxillofacial surgery

  • filling of spinal cages

Order Details

Bone substitute block

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Products also available as double, triple, quadruple or DEMO package.

Bone substitute cylinder

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Products also available as double or DEMO package.

Bone substitute wedge

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​Products also available as DEMO package.

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Featured Publications

  • Strontium(II) and Mechanical Loading Additively Augment Bone Formation in Calcium Phosphate Scaffolds. Reitmaier S, Kovtun A, Schuelke J,  Kanter B, Lemm M, Hoess A, Heinemann S, Nies B, Ignatius A. Journal of Orthopaedic Research 2017

  • Medium-Term Function of a 3D Printed TCP/HA Structure as a New Osteoinductive Scaffold for Vertical Bone Augmentation: A Simulation by BMP-2 Activation. Moussa M, Carrel JP, Scherrer S, Cattani-Lorente M, Wiskott A, Durual S. Materials 2015

  • A 3D Printed TCP/HA Structure as a New Osteoconductive Scaffold for Vertical Bone Augmentation. Carrel JP, Wiskott A, Moussa M, Rieder P, Scherrer S, Durual S. Clinical Oral Implants Research 2014