RIEMSER launches AlloSorb Allograft

April 1, 2010
AATB-certified Allograft available in three types.

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, North Carolna--RIEMSER, a leader in oral surgery technology, has announced the launch of AlloSorb,

AlloSorb is a cost-competitive allograft that provides a natural structure and framework to build healthy bone in the regeneration process. AlloSorb is a STERILE-R allograft certified by the American Association of Tissue Banks.

AlloSorb uses a sterilization and processing method, Allowash, a patented technology that minimizes the risk of disease transmission by facilitating the removal of cellular elements from musculoskeletal tissue without degrading the tissues ' structural integrity.

AlloSorb is low-dose irradiated. To help achieve patient safety, the AlloSorb screening process for donors meets or exceeds FDA regulations and AATB standards.

AlloSorb is available in three types of particulate--mineralized cancellous, demineralized cortical, and mineralized cortical--in 0.5 cc, 1.0 cc, and 2.0 cc vials. It will soon be available in block form.

"Our customers include oral surgeons, periodontists, and other implantologists who want RIEMSER to serve as a one-stop supplier for all their bone grafting needs, which is why we are pleased to add this safe, cost-competitive allograft product to our growing line," said Vince Ellero, director, national sales.

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