TIXXU Protect Collagen fleece t by bredent-group

TIXXU Protect

COLLAGEN FLEECE

Properties

  • Hemostatic agent with short-term barrier function, i. e. TIXXU PROTECT
  • encourages clot formation of the blood
  • stabilises the blood coagulum
  • counteracts wound contraction
  • protects the wound for approx. 2-4 weeks
  • is superficially epithelialised
  • encourages new bone formation
  • is entirely reabsorbed

Processing

  • TIXXU PROTECT is easily processed
  • depending on the indication, the thickness of TIXXU PROTECT is adjustable by moisturising and compression
  • is easily cut to the desired size
  • absorbs wound blood like a sponge
  • is structurally stable, pliable and adapts to its surroundings
  • remains location and volume stable after application
  • a plastic covering of the alveole is not required

Characteristics

Material

Porcine Dermis

INDICATION

Socket Preservation

TIXXU Protect Product by bredent-group

Resorption

approx. 4 weeks

Sizes

20 mm x 20 mm

Material

Porcine Dermis

INDICATION

Socket Preservation

Resorption

approx. 4 weeks

Sizes

20 mm x 20 mm

Clinical case

Benefits

  • TIXXU PROTECT is an ideal frame for the adsorption of thrombocytes, fibroblasts and osteoblasts
  • It encourages coagulum formation, as contact with blood leads to an aggregation of thrombocytes
  • Due to its high hydrophilic properties and interconnective porosities, TIXXU PROTECT absorbs blood quickly
  • The vestibular bone lamella of the extraction alveole is supported
  • TIXXU PROTECT is pH-neutral and exerts a positive effect on soft tissue reactions

Indications at a glance

  • haemostyptic wound care of the extraction alveolus
  • reduction of bleeding and secondary bleeding
  • tissue regeneration of the extraction alveolus (socket preservation)
  • avoidance of wound infection after tooth extraction
  • protection of Schneider's membrane from perforation
  • biopsy sampling points
  • oral wounds
  • minor bone defects
  • soft tissue dehiscences
  • promote wound healing and support tissue regeneration
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