BaseBone is a superior freeze-dried bone allograft (FDBA) for dental graft procedures, including implant site development and socket preservation. BaseBone's patented, revolutionary washing procedure uses supercritical CO2 which allows beneficial extracellular components such as collagen to remain in the final product.
Better still, the tissue is easy to handle in any form. The particle size of the allograft has been researched and studied by some of the most trusted names in the field of periodontology. At 250 to 630 microns, BaseBone particulate is the ideal size for maximum osseointegration.
Contains freeze-dried cortical bone allograft. Optimal particle size ensures easy handling.
Contains freeze-dried cancellous bone allograft. Optimal particle size ensures easy handling.
Contains freeze-dried bone allograft, a 50/50 mix of cortical and cancellous bone.
Choose between de-mineralized putty and putty with bone chips.
Why is BaseBone a preferred allograft for dental specialists?
Revolutionary Washing Treatment
BaseBone is treated using a revolutionary washing procedure. The process uses a highly effective, validated supercritical CO2 washing procedure paired with low-dose e-beam irradiation that is scientifically proven to inactivate viruses and bacteria while maintaining strength and structure better than traditionally-irradiated products.
Supercritical carbon dioxide is used to extract unwanted compounds from the bone product resulting in near sterility. Finally, the low-dose irradiation ensures sterility while maximizing BaseBone's bio-compatibility and mechanical integrity.
Improved Osteogenic Properties
This type of sterilization does not damage the biologic potential of the graft biomaterial. BaseBone creates a graft site that is less prone to infection and optimized for osseointegration.
Basebone's mineralized product has optimal handling properties for surgery and maintains stability during healing resulting in better bone quality and hardness.
Why is BaseBone ideal for all dentists?
BaseBone is used by dentists, general practitioners and specialists alike who provide osteogenic and dental implant procedures. It offers ideal handling properties for extraction sites as well as the reconstruction of localized edentulous ridges in its mineralized freeze-dried form. The particle size of the mineralized form has been researched and studied by one of the most trusted researchers in the field of periodontology. At 250 to 630 microns, BaseBone is comprised of bone material that is the most ideal size for maximum integration into a patient's bone.
BaseBone is cost-efficient, clinically effective and results in less pain and shorter recovery time for the patient. In any bone grafting situation, the so-called "ideal" solution is harvesting viable bone from the patient to generate new tissue. However, most patients do not want to pay the expense, nor do they want an invasive surgical procedure that adds to their recovery time before the oral treatment has even begun. BaseBone is the best option for practitioners and patients looking to shorten recovery time and reduce expense.
BaseBone freeze-dried particulate allograft also degrades less than other allografts upon placement, and has an extended shelf life that exceeds other bone products. The putty formulation is easy to handle in its demineralized form, which can be delivered directly into the site via our pre-loaded syringes.
Myron Nevins, DDS
Myron Nevins, D.D.S. is the Editor of the International Journal of Periodontics & Restorative Dentistry and Associate Clinical Professor of Periodontology at the Harvard School of Dental Medicine.
Dr. Nevins is a past President of the American Academy of Periodontology and a former Director and Chairman of the American Board of Periodontology where his contributions have been recognized with the Gold Medal and the Master Clinician Awards.
He is a Clinical Professor of Periodontics at the University of Pennsylvania School of Dentistry and a Clinical Professor of Periodontics at the Temple University Kornberg School of Dentistry. He maintains a private practice limited to Periodontics and Implantology in Swampscott, Massachusetts. Dr. Nevins is the founder and President of Perio Imp Research, Inc.
Pamela S. Ray, DDS, is nationally recognized for her expertise on surgical and non-surgical periodontal therapy, as well as practice management. In private practice for more than 25 years, she provides both restorative and cosmetic periodontal treatment. Her areas of interest include bone grafting, soft tissue augmentation, and dental implantology.
Dr. Ray, the recipient of multiple awards for excellence, service, and academics, is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology. She has served as a clinical instructor at her alma mater, The University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio, and lectures throughout the country.
Dr. Ray has held leadership positions with the American Dental Association, Southwest Society of Periodontists, Texas Society of Periodontists, San Antonio District Dental Society, and San Antonio Medical Foundation, among others.
A proponent of community service, Dr. Ray has volunteered with the American Heart Association, Big Brothers and Sisters, and Rotary Club. She received her B.S. in Psychology from Texas A&M University.
David A. Little, DDS
David A. Little, DDS, is renowned nationally and internationally for unparalleled clinical excellence in practical bone augmentation procedures, implant placement and restorative care; comprehensive Continuing Education lectures, workshops, and live patient programs. His extensive knowledge of bone augmentation, implants, restorative materials, and technology integration contributes to his value as a consultant to several dental product companies. Dr. Little is also a respected professor at his alma mater, the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio Dental School, and conducts a variety of hands-on educational programs at major dental meetings.
A Fellow of the American College of Dentists, International College of Dentists, and American Society of Dental Esthetics, he shares his passion for helping his peers and colleagues refine their skills as a featured course instructor at numerous study groups and sponsored training events. His international presentations have spanned Asia, Russia, Germany, Puerto Rico, and Canada. Dr. Little is also an accomplished author whose articles have appeared in such peer-reviewed publications as Compendium of Continuing Education in Dentistry, Journal of Cosmetic Dentistry, and Dentistry Today, among others. He serves on the editorial review boards of several publications.
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Courtesy of Dr. Pamela Ray