Three-dimensional collagenous matrix
Xenomatrix is a special three-dimensional collagen matrix obtained from equine Achilles tendon by an advanced biochemical process. A completely biocompatible matrix that acts as an ideal scaffold for the growth of connective tissue cells. Xenomatrix, while protecting the underlying graft from the connective invasion, creates a substrate that is rapidly colonized by the soft tissues, accelerating the healing of the flap.
Reduced healing times decrease the patient’s discomfort and the possibility of post-operative infections that put at risk the overall success of the intervention. The healing of the flap is optimal, finally reaching the best aesthetic result.
Histological and clinical evidence
Histological analyzes show how Xenomatrix allows to obtain an indistinguishable healing from the one observed when the flap is allowed to heal by secondary intention. Clinically, a significant acceleration of healing times is observed.
The quality of the fabrics is indistinguishable, as well as the final thickness that is obtained. In addition, Xenomatrix acts as a barrier preventing the cells of the connective tissue from invading the volume of underlying bone grafting, thus achieving the best bone regeneration and creating the best conditions for effective socket preservation.
An effective solution for tissue regeneration
Xenomatrix is supplied in a sterile double blister which ensures maximum safety during application. The ideal use of Xenomatrix is in combination with a granular graft for the regeneration of post-extraction sites. The best results are obtained by applying a special operating technique, specially designed for this purpose, described below. Thanks to it the best conditions are created for a rapid healing of the soft tissues and for an efficient preservation of the socket (socket preservation).