Predictable bone formation
CRGrafting the inflammatory response. Therefore, the bone can develop with greater predictability than with other available products. Initially, the bone mineralization exceeds that of the native bone with an eventual return to baseline density due to the remodeling process.
CRGrafting has potential in the dental and orthopedic markets. In fact, CRGrafting can be used for dental implant site development and tooth extraction socket preservation. Future uses include spinal fusion, joint replacement and skeletal fracture repair.
In addition to improved predictability, using CRGrafting has been shown to help bone form more rapidly. In one dental implant practice, a 60% faster bone formation rate has been observed in patients. Patients are able to obtain their dental implants following tooth extraction in half the time than is normally required.
A more cost-effective approach
Not only does CRGrafting hold the promise of saving patients time, it has the potential to save patients money. CRGrafting costs a fraction of current dental implant site development products.
NOTE: This product is not currently available for distribution or approved for use by the FDA. Clarion Research Group is pursuing FDA clearance.