Ossifying Collagen Sponge
Powered by GLYMATRIX Technology
For Guided Bone Regeneration (GBR) and Guided Tissue Regeneration (GTR) procedures

Following its launch worldwide, OSSIX™ Bone was a Finalist for the Dental Excellence Award Best New Restorative Material in 2018, nominated by DrBicuspid.com readers and expert panel.

What is OSSIX™ Bone?

OSSIX™ Bone is a sponge-like ossifying block for vital bone formation, powered by clinically proven GLYMATRIX® technology.

  • Sugar cross-linked collagen matrix and microparticles of hydroxyapatite
  • Provides a spacious environment for vascularization, cellular proliferation and bone maturation
  • Bone forming material that contributes to the ossification process

OSSIX™ Bone Features & Benefits

  • Easy to use
  • Undergoes ossification*
  • Provides true bone (no remnants)
  • No migration of particles
  • Cost effective for doctor and patient – In socket preservation and closed sinus elevation can be used without a membrane.
  • Predictable results and consistent efficacy

OSSIX™ Bone Can Be Used

  • For socket preservation following any extraction procedure
  • In closed sinus augmentation procedures prior to, or in conjunction with implant placement
  • In lateral and vertical bone augmentation prior to, or in conjunction with implant placement
  • To correct bony defects in implants with peri-implantitis
  • In periodontal bony defects around teeth

Refer to the IFU in the IFU Library for full information on indications and contraindications.

Ordering Information
OSSIX™ Bone is available in 3 sizes: OSSIX™ Bone 5x5x5 mm (0.125 cc), OSSIX™ Bone  5x5x10 mm (0.25 cc), OSSIX™ Bone 5x10x10 mm (0.50 cc). See How to Buy.

Additional Resources


  1. Casarez-Quintana A, et al (2022). Comparing the histological assessment following ridge preservation using a composite bovine-derived xenograft versus an alloplast hydroxyapatite-sugar cross-linked collagen matrix. Journal of periodontology, 2022;1–10
  2. Alveolar Ridge Restoration Using a New Sugar Cross-linked Collagen-Hydroxyapatite Matrix in Canine L-shape Defects. Zubery Y, Goldlust A, Bayer T, Woods S, Jackson N, Soskolne W.A., AO Academy of Osseointegration 2017 Annual Meeting
  3. Alveolar Ridge Augmentation and Ossification of Thick vs. Thin Sugar Cross-linked Collagen Membranes in a Canine L-shape Defect Model, Zubery et al, AAP Research Forum Poster Session, 2016

How To Buy?

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