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Calcium-phospho-silicate composite periodontal graft material
By Sree Chitra Tirunal Institute for Medical Sciences & Technology(SCTIMST)
Periodontal defects and periapical cysts are common problems observed in dentistry. Fine granules or chips of bone graft materials are needed for the defect healing. Hydroxyapatite ceramics is less preferred because of slow resorption. Calcium-phospho-silicate bioactive composites enable faster healing of the defects in periodontal bone.
Product Design and Silent Features
This technology consists of fine granules of calcium-phospho-silicate composite. It is prepared through chemical reaction in implantable grade purity and converted to porous form through thermal processing and graded in fine particulate size. The intellectual property rights of the production process are protected. The material contains nano level composite of hydroxyapatite, tricalcium phosphate and calcium silicate. It is converted to composite ceramic form and crushed and graded to obtain granules of 300-700 microns size.
Development Stage
The know-how has been licensed and the product is available in the market. Multiple technology transfers are envisaged.
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