Key Benefit:

Puros Cancellous Particulate Allograft with a history of documented clinical results, is an easy-to-handle choice for predictable bone regeneration and acts as an osteoconductive scaffold for new bone formation.1-8


The Proprietary Tutoplast® Process

In 1969 the Tutoplast Tissue Sterilization Process was developed to sterilize and preserve tissue for implantation.

More than 6 million implants have been sterilized through the Tutoplast Process with zero confirmed incidence of implant-associated infection.17

The Benefits Of The Multi-Step Tutoplast Process For Puros Particulate Bone Graft
The process preserves the valuable minerals in bone (minerals don’t apply to soft tissues), collagen matrix and tissue integrity while inactivating pathogens and gently removing unwanted materials, such as cells, antigens and viruses8—resulting in predictable, reliable and sterile allografts.

Clinical Advantages: 

  • Up to 127 % more vital bone formation compared to non-resorbable xenograft in sinus lift procedures2,3,9 
  • Newly formed vital bone after 3 to 5 months4,8,10 in extraction sockets 
  • 56 % more graft-to-bone contact compared to non-resorbable xenograft
  • Ø 9,7 mm vertical gain after 4 to 5 months when using Puros Allograft particulates with tenting screws11 
  • Retains osteoconductive properties due to the preservation of the natural bone matrix collagen and mineral composition, trabecular pattern, and original porosity,1-6,8,12-14 enabling the ingrowth of vascular and cellular connective tissue4

Shown Clinically Successful In:

  • Regeneration of periodontal bone and furcation defects1,6,15 
  • Regeneration of extraction sockets4,7,8,10 
  • Regeneration of gaps around block grafts12,13 
  • Horizontal alveolar ridge augmentation16-19 
  • Sinus augmentation2,9,20,21 
A Case Book

Clinical Cases for Regenerative Materials

  • Ridge Augmentation Using Allogenic Bone Blocks
  • Ridge Augmentation Using Customized Allogenic Bone Blocks
  • Socket & Ridge Preservation
  • Treatments Using Particulate Bone Graft Substitute
  • Augmentation of Facial Dehiscences on Implant Surfaces with Puros Allograft Particles
  • Maxillary Sinus Floor Augmentation
  • Regeneration Of Peri-Implant Defects
  • Ridge Augmentation Using Allogenic Bone Blocks

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Regenerative Clinical Cases
A Case Book

Clinical Cases for Regenerative Materials


Bone Grafting is a common procedure used to prepare a site for dental implant placement in an area where teeth have been loss.

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