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Bone grafts

The balanced association of these components allows a balance between the time of reabsorption of the material by the body, bone reconstitution and maintenance of mechanical resistance. This is because it has a more stable phase (HA), which is reabsorbed more slowly, and a more soluble phase (β-TCP) that is less stable and more rapidly absorbed. This association also provides the necessary and desirable mechanical strength for scaffolding in the bone reconstruction process, incorporating the substitute into the new tissue and gradually being replaced by the natural process of bone reconstruction.

Because it is structured with nano, micro and intercommunicating macropores, it has appropriate architecture and geometry in order to create in the organism a suitable local condition for the overlap of cells, substances and autogenous structures, that make the organism perform the natural process of bone formation inside the pores and the surface of the material.

It forms a support matrix for the time necessary for the decomposition and maintenance of the bone tissue, which adheres strongly to its surface, penetrating into its porous structure and incorporating it totally into a new tissue, as an integral part.