DRY MIX bone grafting
DRY MIX is an osteogenetically active bone graft material in granular form. It combines three graft components, namely DBM, cortical granules and cancellous granules, the particle sizes of which are specially designed to optimize the “flow properties” in the filling sleeves, retention the filling within the mesh as well as structural durability.
The graft is taken from human bone and prepared using a validated transplant harvesting procedure approved by the Paul Ehrlich Institute (PEI). To ensure reliable implantation and functionality of the granular mechanism, the optimum mix ratio and particle size of the material were determined using a complex process: the optimum particle size for enhancing the “flow properties” of the material during implantation; a mix ratio of › 70% cortical and roughly equal portions of cancellous granules and demineralized bone matrix for guaranteeing the osteogenetic properties and stability of the graft.
The graft is produced and distributed by the German Institute for Cell and Tissue Replacement.
Further information can be found here: www.dizg.de