Biomaterial composed of hydroxyapatite or spongy bone inorganic mineral matrix, obtained by physicochemical processing of the bovine femoral head bone, from which its organic components have been removed.
The porous bone from which all the organic matter has been removed, remaining only made up of the bone matrix is known as deproteinized inorganic bone and it turns out to be useful in the field of xenogeneic implants (from different species).
The inorganic bone matrix of BIODESIS has a granulometry ranging from 1,680 to 4,000 microns, and a
macroporous and microporous structure similar to that of human cancellous bone.
The biological composition and the large volume of interconnected pores favor the formation and growth of new bone at the implantation site. Over time it undergoes a physiological remodeling due to the invasion of osteoclasts and osteoblasts. adequate porous, meets the requirements to be biocompatible.