DSI Zenoss Matrix Bio+ is a novel resorbable collagen membrane matrix made from highly purified type I bovine collagen. Its superb mechanical properties, high biocompatibility, and capability of promoting healing make it an ideal material for use in a wide variety of dental clinical procedures.
DSI Zenoss Matrix Bio+ was thoroughly engineered to maximize the success rate of tissue regeneration therapy. It is a porous, but dense material, that prevents epithelial cells from migrating into the bone defect.
DSI Zenoss Matrix Bio+ provides a fibrillar scaffold, which facilitates the migration of blood vessels and supports blood clot stabilization and rapid revascularization.
Being absorbable, it eliminates the need for a second surgery to remove the membrane, thus reducing patient morbidity and saving time.
The material boasts dimensional stability and mechanical strength, ensuring consistent performance.
DSI Zenoss Matrix Bio+ possesses excellent handling characteristics, it is easy to manipulate and place over the defect.
DSI Zenoss Matrix Bio+ is suitable for a range of clinical cases and situations.
DSI Zenoss Matrix Bio+ is the result of powerful technology, continuously refined methodology and extensive research. All DSI Biomaterials are produced with compliance to stringent international standards. The entire manufacturing process is subject to rigorous quality checks. Safety is ensured by numerous treatment sequences and strict hygienic measures in a sophisticated zone system with various safety levels and permanent controls.
- Specially processed and highly purified
- Safe alternative to autogenous grafts
- Single-step surgical procedure
- Avoids patient morbidity
- Excellent biocompatibility
- Improved tissue integration properties
- High mechanical strength
- Easy handling
- Selectively permeable to essential nutrients
- Effective barrier migrating epithelial cells
- Facilitates wound healing
- Ridge augmentation
- Extraction sites
- Restoration of congenital and acquired defects of bone and soft tissues
- Periodontitis (minimally invasive methods of treatment and reconstructive surgery)
- Resection of the root apex