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Titanium Meshes and Membranes

Complete range of titanium meshes and membranes that, suitably shaped, adapted and finished, can be used as the necessary protection for bone reconstruction.
The titanium grids combined with a bone graft represent an ideal device for the correction of stabilized horizontal and vertical bone defects. The two available measures enable the surgeon to meet different clinical needs managing surgical defects of different extent and significance using the same approach in patients with different periodontal biotype.

The 0.2 mm thick meshes ensure a better stabilization in case of serious bone defects, whereas 0.1 mm thick meshes are easier to adapt to any kind of bone defect. For mesh stabilization, the use of the titanium micro-screws Ø 1.5 mm described on this website is suggested.

Titanium Mesh advantages:
--Easy to shape and adapt to the defect
--Greatest stabilization during bone reconstruction

Titanium membranes advantages:

--Easy to shape in any form
--It can be adapted to any defect
--Total barrier effect
--Reduced risk of infection in case of exposure

Osteosynthesis Microplates Ø 1.5

Biomedical titanium microplates are available in different configurations to support operational differences. Their 0.6 mm thickness ensures a simple shaping and an excellent fitting for a reliable osteofixation, which is fundamental in bone reconstructions or regenerations. Microplates should be stabilized using the microscrews Ø 1.5 mm.


Meshes that are 0.2 mm thick guarantee greater stabilization when there are serous bone defects. Meshes that are 0.1 mm thick can adapt better to all types of bone defect. For stabilizing the meshes, we recommend using the titanium Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm of this website.

 Meshes that are 0.2 mm thick guarantee greater stabilization when there are serous bone defects. Meshes that are 0.1 mm thick can adapt better to all types of bone defect. For stabilizing the meshes, we recommend using the titanium Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm of this website.

Meshes that are 0.2 mm thick guarantee greater stabilization when there are serous bone defects. Meshes that are 0.1 mm thick can adapt better to all types of bone defect. For stabilizing the meshes, we recommend using the titanium Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm of this website.

Meshes that are 0.2 mm thick guarantee greater stabilization when there are serous bone defects. Meshes that are 0.1 mm thick can adapt better to all types of bone defect. For stabilizing the meshes, we recommend using the titanium Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm of this website.

Meshes that are 0.2 mm thick guarantee greater stabilization when there are serous bone defects. Meshes that are 0.1 mm thick can adapt better to all types of bone defect. For stabilizing the meshes, we recommend using the titanium Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm of this website.


Biomedical titanium Microplates are available in various configurations to support the operating variables; the thickness of 0.6 mm guarantees easy shaping and excellent adaptation, while maintaining osteofixation, a crucial characteristic in bone reconstruction or regeneration. Microplates must be stabilized using Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm

Biomedical titanium Microplates are available in various configurations to support the operating variables; the thickness of 0.6 mm guarantees easy shaping and excellent adaptation, while maintaining osteofixation, a crucial characteristic in bone reconstruction or regeneration. Microplates must be stabilized using Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm.

Biomedical titanium Microplates are available in various configurations to support the operating variables; the thickness of 0.6 mm guarantees easy shaping and excellent adaptation, while maintaining osteofixation, a crucial characteristic in bone reconstruction or regeneration. Microplates must be stabilized using Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm.

Biomedical titanium Microplates are available in various configurations to support the operating variables; the thickness of 0.6 mm guarantees easy shaping and excellent adaptation, while maintaining osteofixation, a crucial characteristic in bone reconstruction or regeneration. Microplates must be stabilized using Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm.

Biomedical titanium Microplates are available in various configurations to support the operating variables; the thickness of 0.6 mm guarantees easy shaping and excellent adaptation, while maintaining osteofixation, a crucial characteristic in bone reconstruction or regeneration. Microplates must be stabilized using Microscrews Ø 1.5 mm.