CoreBone is a natural alternative to current synthetic, bovine and human derived bone grafts. It provides volume maintenance, remodeling by osteoclastic activity and required bone formation qualities without the limitations associated with animal or human sources, and better biological safety profile.
Already used in thousands of cases worldwide, it is widely compared by our users to the leading bovine derived bone grafts.
CoreBone Coral Farm
CoreBone corals are grown in a closed, controlled aquatic (aquarium) system. Using proprietary technology and laboratory-made sea water enriched with bioactive nutrients and CoreBone’s own coral breeding source. This enables CoreBone to leverage the coral natural bone-like properties, prevent sea pollution related risks and ensure product consistency.
CoreBone is a natural alternative to current, bovine and human derived bone grafts. It provides volume maintenance, remodeling by osteoclastic activity, better biological safety profile and required bone formation qualities without the limitations associated with animal or human sources.
0.5 ml | 1.0 ml
0.5 ml | 1.0 ml
1.0 ml | 2.0 ml
10x10x3 | 10X20X3 mm
Special sizes available
The following uses are recommended for dental and maxillofacial procedures:
CoreBone 500 fill narrow bone gaps and between implants
CoreBone 1000 fill wide bone gaps and voids; in sinus lift procedures
CoreBone 2000 in large bone defects and sinus lift prodeures
CoreBlock in augmentation of facial bone defects and reconstructive surgery
Case Report: Open Sinus Lift Procedure
Augmentation using CoreBone 1000
Site: Posterior right maxilla
Follow-up: 10 months after augmentation
Dr. Jaroslaw Pospiech, DMD, PhD, Poland
Open sinus lift. Collagen membrane placed to secure thin mucosa lining
Extraction and augmentation using CoreBone 1000 combined with autogenous growth factors and fibrin
PTFE sutures used
for tissue approximation
PA X-ray post augmentation
Implantation 6 months post augmentation
PA X-ray, after implant placement 6 months post augmentation
Good volume preservation 10 months post augmentation
4 months post implant placement
Histology of a core trephined from an edentulous upper posterior ridge 6 months following a sinus lift.
The upper zone reveals graft particles (CB) partly surrounded by New Bone (NB) indicating high graft conductivity.
Graft to bone contact is about 60%.
(H&E Original Mag. X100)
CoreBone grafts are made from corals that are grown in closed, controlled aquatic (aquarium) systems. The systems eliminate a number of the challenges facing wild corals: sea pollution, biological marine contamination endangerment and extinction of species.
CoreBone corals are bred from selected species suitable for selected clinical indications for optimal strength and porosity.
Making use of its proprietary technology, CoreBone embeds specific nutrients such as silicium and strontium into the coral mineral during its growth process, making it bioactive and osteoconductive. The interconnected porosity of CoreBone coral allows 3D generation of bone that has demonstrated to lead to higher fusion rates, without loss of strength.
Strong as bone
Remodels by osteoclastic activity
Interconnected 3-D porosity
No human/bovine biological risks
No marine pollution risks