What is Maxxeus?
Maxxeus is a brand of Community Tissue Services, a not-for-profit tissue bank, located in Dayton, Ohio. Community Tissue Services is registered with the Food and Drug Administration (FDA), accredited by the American Association of Tissue Banks (AATB) and maintains all applicable state licenses.
How is allograft made?
Allografts are made possible through the generous gift of tissue donation after death by individual donors and through family consent. They are obtained after the donor’s death by procurement teams with specialized training in anatomy and surgical techniques to ensure viable soft tissue and bone grafts.
What are cancellous bone chips?
Allograft cancellous chips fill bony voids or gaps in a patient’s skeletal system. Cancellous chips provide a scaffold for bone ingrowth to allow for remodeling with the patient’s own bone. Various grind sizes and volumes available.
How is allograft bone prepared?
A bone allograft is produced from processing of untreated human tissue unlike synthetic medicinal products. If it is demineralised in order to promote its osteoinductive properties, the release of growth factors from the bone will vary from donor to donor.
What is an allograft bone?
Allograft: This method uses bone tissue from another person (donor). Public health services have strict regulations on how tissues are handled and the bone tissue is cleaned and processed (sterilized) to ensure the safety of the recipient. This type of graft is common in spinal fusion surgery.
What is allograft bone?
What are autografts and allografts?
A patient’s own tissue – an autograft – can often be used for a surgical reconstruction procedure. Allograft tissue, taken from another person, takes longer to incorporate into the recpient’s body .
What is cortical and cancellous bone?
A Cortical and Cancellous Bone Cortical bone is a dense tissue that contains less than 10% soft tissue. Cancellous or spongy bone is made up of trabecules shaped as plates or rods interspersed between bone marrow that represents more than 75% of the cancellous bone volume.
How is cadaver bone processed?
During a bone graft, your surgeon inserts a new piece of bone in the place where a bone needs to heal or join. The cells inside the new bone can then seal themselves to the old bone. Surgeons often perform bone grafting as a part of some other medical procedure.
Why choose maxxeus bone products?
Maxxeus leads the dental industry offering the widest variety of bone type and particulate ranges to suit any clinician’s preference. Bone particulates are processed using a patented bioburden reduction process, then freeze-dried and irradiated in final packaging to ensure a 10 -6 Sterility Assurance Level.
What is maxxeus allograft?
Bone particulates are processed using a patented bioburden reduction process, then freeze-dried and irradiated in final packaging to ensure a 10 -6 Sterility Assurance Level. Maxxeus allografts come in a variety of volumes to give the clinician complete control over the quantity used in every procedure.
What is maxxeus osteomaxx made of?
The Maxxeus OsteoMaxx Plug is composed of 80% synthetic graft particulate and 20% bovine collagen. This 3-dimensional matrix gives the physician an ease of use factor for socket preservation. Five individually packaged composite plugs per box.
Does maxxeus have fillers or synthetic carriers?
Comprised of 100% allograft bone, there are no synthetic carriers or fillers. Maxxeus Fibers are a great addition to allografts or autografts, providing both osteoinductive and osteoconductive properties as a bone void filler.