- Membrane can be molded and shaped for tenting and space maintenance
- Regentex™ surface increases stability of membrane
- Impervious to bacteria (Data on file)
- Membranes can be trimmed to desired shape
- Titanium frame has little memory for easy placement
- 150 microns thick
- Titanium reinforced, high-density PTFE membrane
- Designed for large bony defects between adjacent teeth, including ridge augmentation
Often used with on-lay grafting in ridge augmentation procedures, Cytoplast™ Ti-150 titanium-reinforced membranes provide clinicians with the predictability they are accustomed to with the Cytoplast™ TXT-200 membranes, along with the added benefit of a titanium frame to maintain space during guided bone regeneration. These membranes are also popular for adding structural support when grafting 3 or 4-walled extraction sites.
Although primary closure in ridge augmentation procedures is recommended, Cytoplast™ Ti-150 membranes incorporate a high-density PTFE base (Cytoplast™ TXT-200) that is engineered to withstand exposure as long as soft tissue has 360° coverage around the edges of the membrane. The textured Regentex™ surface increases the surface area available for cellular attachment, thereby assisting in stabilization of the membrane and prevention of soft tissue retraction.
With twelve different membrane configurations, little trimming is necessary to fit a variety of defect sizes. However, the membranes can be trimmed according to clinicians’ needs.
Ti-150 membranes are 40% thinner than Ti-250 membranes, providing clinicians another handling option in Cytoplast™ Titanium-Reinforced Membranes.