OSSA NOVA - Indication and Application


It is supplied in a pre-filled syringe which combines its easy and safe application with the proven clinical efficacy of the calcium phosphates. As OSSA NOVA is a paste, its consistency ensures that it is optimally adapted to different types of voids.
In oral and maxillofacial surgery, periodontics and plastic surgery

For filling and reconstruction of mechanically unloaded bone defects:
  • Defects following extirpation of bone cysts
  • Periodontal defects, also in combination with the use of membranes
  • Defects following the removal of impacted teeth
  • Defects following apicectomy
  • Smaller single wall defects
  • Extraction defects for subsequent implant therapy
  • Sinus floor elevation on a smaller scale (indirect sinus floor elevation)
  • Peri-implant defects
  • Smaller defects after harvesting of autologous bone
In orthopaedic and trauma surgery

For filling and regeneration of bone defects and supporting the healing of the bone in osteosynthetic treatment in orthopaedic and trauma surgery: e. g.
  • Following the harvesting of corticocancellous bone grafts
  • For bone defects in endoprosthetic revision (e. g. acetabular defects) in revisions of total hip arthroplasty
  • In operative spinal fusion
  • For filling cages in vertebral surgery
  • Following tumor resections
  • In cases of pseudarthrosis
  • For fractures that are treated by certain osteosynthetic procedures

Application

OSSA NOVA must contact vital bone tissue directly for successful hardening.
Therefore, OSSA NOVA must only be applied to skimmed, debrided voids. Granulation and connective tissue must be removed completely. The surrounding bone can also be opened up in places to improve vascularization and to ensure rapid migration of osteogenic cells that are necessary for integrating and absorbing the material.
OSSA NOVA should be applied directly into the void. It is not necessary to have mixed the paste with the patient's blood beforehand.
The void should be filled up to the height of the surrounding bone tissue. Autologous bone material can be added to support the formation of new bone.
The void should be filled up to the height of the surrounding bone tissue. Autologous bone material can be added to support the formation of new bone. After the bone void has been filled, it must be sealed in all cases using the periosteum or a membrane to prevent the material from being rinsed out and to prevent the ingrowth of connective tissue. During the initial healing phase, the augmented area should, if possible, be relieved by mechanical means.
Package and granules of BONITmatrix® (a synthetic, resorbable bone graft substitute)

Synthetic bone regeneration material BONITmatrix®


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