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Reliability with superlative handling ability - great outcomes.
I have used Vitala membranes for larger GBR procedures and I really like the ease of use and the drapeability/no memory structure, but it still has the strength to allow tracking the membrane without tearing.
Drapes nicely to defects and does not tear.
Vitala® Porcine Pericardium Collagen Membrane
- Vitala® is naturally derived, eliminating the need for cross-linking chemicals and agents
- Vitala® is naturally strong
- The natural collagen structure provides a unique combination of supple handling and ideal defect adaptability
- Either side of the membrane may be placed against the defect
- Substantially resorbs within 26 weeks
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Vitala® porcine pericardium collagen membrane is often preferred for its advanced handling characteristics, including pliability, drapability, and defect adaptability. Vitala® essentially has no memory once hydrated, so it is well suited for a variety of defects and defect morphology. Because both sides are smooth, either side may be placed against the defect.
Vitala® is a naturally sourced membrane manufactured using a proprietary process designed to maintain a microporous, 3-layered tissue architecture. Vitala® is a natural porcine-derived collagen membrane, so cross-linking chemicals and agents are unnecessary. The natural 3-layered architecture provides for a membrane with a high tensile strength.
Bone regeneration around implants placed in fresh extraction sockets covered with a dual-layer PTFE/collagen membrane: an experimental study in dogs.
Tovar N, Jimbo R, Marin C, Witek L, Suzuki M, Bonfante EA, Coelho PG.
Int J Periodontics Restorative Dent. 2014 Nov-Dec;34(6):849-55.
Evaluation of collagen-based membranes for guided bone regeneration, by three-dimensional computerized microtomography.
Coelho PG, Giro G, Kim W, Granato R, Marin C, Bonfante EA, Bonfante S, Lilin T, Suzuki M.
Oral Surg Oral Med Oral Pathol Oral Radiol. 2012 Oct;114(4):437-43.
Bone Morphometric Evaluation around Immediately Placed Implants Covered with Porcine-Derived Pericardium Membrane: An Experimental Study in Dogs.
Jimbo R, Marin C, Witek L, Suzuki M, Tovar N, Chesnoiu-Matei I, Dragan IF, Coelho PG.
Int J Biomater. 2012;2012:279167.
Published Case Series
Clinical efficacy in the treatment of critical defects of the alveoloar process using cortical bone allografts.
Erik Regidor, Sergio Morante, Ramon Lorenzo, Esperanza Gross, Alberto Ortiz-Vigon.
Periodoncia Clinica. 02. 2021/19.
Vertical ridge augmentation procedure in the posterior maxilla by means of a porcine pericardium collagen membrane and a porcine particulate xenograft mixed with autogenous particulate bone. graft: a case report.
Fabrizio Belleggia, DDS
Presented at the International Osteology Symposium in Barcelona Spain, April 25 - 27, 2019