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Order Reliable Raptos® Allograft Particulate – A Trusted Alternative to Maxxeus™ Allograft
Clinicians that seek the most reliable bone grafting materials can rely on the products available from Dental Implant Technologies. Working with a range of the industry’s top suppliers, producers, and tissue banks, we offer an extensive lineup of products to suit any surgical case. This lineup includes our highly reliable Raptos® allograft particulates.
Raptos® particulates are available as osteoinductive, osteoconductive, and combined particulates to suit the needs of any surgical case. Clinicians will find that Raptos® is an impressive alternative to Maxxeus™ allograft particulate.
Raptos® Bone Grafting Particulate
The Raptos® range of bone grafting particulate is the most reliable alternative to Maxxeus™ bone grafting products. The range is extensive, allowing clinicians to choose the ideal solution to suit any case.
Explore our Raptos® products for…
- Cancellous particulate comparable with Maxxeus™ bone particulate.
- Cortical Cancellous particulate comparable with Maxxeus™ Dental particulate.
- Mineralized Cortical particulate.
- Demineralized Cortical particulate.
- Mineralized/Demineralized Cortical particulate blend.
When comparing demineralized and mineralized materials, it’s important to remember the fundamental distinction. Demineralized particulates whether Maxxeus™ bone particulates, Raptos®, or any other brand, will be resorbed and remodeled during the body’s natural healing process. These are what many clinicians refer to as the “building blocks” of bone, and are osteoinductive.
Mineralized particulates won’t be resorbed and will instead integrate with the new tissue that is formed. This leaves clinicians with a simple consideration when selecting allograft materials. Demineralized materials are ideal for remodeling and providing essential compounds for bone generation. Mineralized materials are suitable for space maintenance and adding volume to the surgical site for remodeling, such as in cases when the defects are significant. The more mineralized particulate that is available, the less remodeling will need to occur to repair the defect.
Of course, this is always a fine balancing act. In large defects, simply adding excessive amounts of mineralized material will not lead to adequate healing, because the mineralized material is structural and osteoconductive, rather than osteoinductive. Combination products, like a mineralized/demineralized blend, can offer both space maintenance and scaffolding as well as an osteoinductive material to support remodeling.
Clinicians should follow training and established surgical guidelines, as well as practical experience when combining materials and designing a treatment plan for guided bone regeneration. Dental Implant Technologies offers an extensive range to ensure that clinicians have options to customize the treatment as necessary.
Tissue Sources – Maxxeus™ Bone and Raptos® Bone Particulates
One of the most significant questions to answer when comparing allograft products is where the bone comes from and whether it’s safe.
As allograft materials, Maxxeus™ bone, and Raptos® products are sourced from human donors. Bone is harvested from voluntary donors before an extensive process of cleaning and sterilization to remove contaminants. Maxxeus™ bone products are known for safety and reliability, as are our alternatives in the Raptos® range.
Maxxeus™ bone products are marketed by Community Tissue Services, a company that is registered with the Food and Drug Administration and accredited by the American Association of Tissue Banks. Likewise, Raptos® products meet the same registration and accreditation standards and are compliant with all applicable state-level compliance requirements. Although not applicable to our customers throughout the United States, Raptos™ is CTO registered with Health Canada.
While Maxxeus™ bone products don’t specify specific testing in marketing materials, Raptos® allograft products are tested for viruses including HIV, Hepatitis, and Syphilis. Tissue is soaked in solutions to eliminate bacterial and viral transmission. Raptos® allograft is processed and packaged in a clean room environment with aseptic techniques and is finally treated with low-dose gamma irradiation in the final packaging. This ensures complete sterilization and uncompromised safety.
Any clinician who has enjoyed the use of Maxxeus™ bone products in the past will find that Raptos® products carry a similar promise of quality and meet or exceed all requirements for sterilization and safety.
Our Raptos® products are primarily derived from the following donor sources…
- Cancellous bone is sourced from the proximal and distal ends of long bones.
- Cortical bone is sourced from long bones including the femur, tibia, fibula, and humerus.
- Cortico-cancellous products are derived from the ilium.
- Demineralized and blended products are processed from bone particulates using an acid solution.
Finding Equivalents between Maxxeus™ Dental Allograft and Raptos® Products
Maxxeus™ dental allografts are available in several blended products to cover a wide spectrum of potential cases. Our reliable alternative, Raptos® allograft, is also available in the variations as noted above and is available to order from our secure online store today.
Whether looking for a cost-efficient alternative to Maxxeus™ dental allograft, or simply exploring the market, clinicians will find that Dental Implant Technologies has the most extensive range of reliable dental allografts available in the United States.
- For an alternative to the Maxxeus™ dental cortical mineralized/demineralized blend, review our range of Raptos® mineralized/demineralized products.
- For an alternative to the Maxxeus™ dental corticocancellous blend, review our range of Raptos® cortical cancellous particulate.
- We also have alternatives to cortical mineralized and cortical demineralized Maxxeus™ dental products, available in our Raptos® cortical mineralized range and our Raptos® cortical demineralized range.
The Maxxeus™ dental range of allografts is available in various particulate sizes, as is our range of Raptos® allografts.
Browse the complete Raptos® range to vials of either 150 μm – 850 μm, or 200 μm – 850 μm, depending on the specific product and the type of particulate. Clinicians can easily cross-reference our products against the Maxxeus™ dental allograft range.
Raptos® products have been specifically formulated with particulate sizes designed for rapid bone remodeling and healing. Clinicians will find that the Raptos® range is not only comparable to Maxxeus™ dental, but can offer excellent value, handling, and success for any bone grafting procedure.
Order in Confidence from Dental Implant Technologies
The best allograft particulates are available to order today. We partner with suppliers and producers to ensure that available products meet the highest standards for safety, handling, versatility, and in-vivo performance. Bone remodeling with Raptos® is predictable and consistent. Choose cost-efficient Raptos® allograft and enjoy the best alternative to Maxxeus™ dental allografts.