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These membranes function by forming a barrier over an area where tissue regeneration is required. They are used in procedures such as guided bone regeneration (GBR) to prevent surrounding tissue from invading the bone defect. 

By keeping other tissues out of the area, these membranes promote the restoration of bone tissue. They are then either absorbed into the body or are surgically removed once the desired outcome has been achieved.

There are two main types of dental membranes: resorbable and non-resorbable membranes. 

Non-resorbable membranes are typically made using materials such as polytetrafluoroethylene (ePTFE), and as the name suggests, these products are designed not to be absorbed into the body or surrounding dental tissue.

To remove this type of membrane, a surgical procedure is required. It is generally used where there are significant bone defects or in cases where long-term healing will be required. 

Resorbable membranes, on the other hand, comprise natural materials, such as collagen or polylactic acid (PLA). These membranes absorb into the body’s tissues over time, which means that there will be no need for surgical removal.

This is generally the best option for cases where the procedure needs to be minimally invasive, such as instances where the patient has a bleeding disorder. It is also used for minor bone defects.

To choose the right option, it’s important to consider factors such as the patient's history and the nature and severity of the defect.

Yes, they are! Bovine membranes are biocompatible with humans and are a natural option that can be resorbed. These membranes are also long-lasting and maintain their structure well, making them a great option for dental use.

Bovine membranes are also typically non-allergenic, which is important because this ensures that they will not cause an adverse reaction in the patient when used.

No, they don’t. Most dental membranes are designed to prevent the formation of biofilms while promoting the growth of desired tissues such as epithelium and bone. They contain special antimicrobial qualities that may make them undesirable substrates for bacterial colonization. 

However, while this is true, some bacterial colonies may still form on the membrane, which is why it’s important for patients to maintain proper dental hygiene. It’s also a good idea to go with resorbable membranes whenever possible to prevent bacterial infections. 

If you would like to know more about the dental membranes we supply, please contact WholeDent today, and we will gladly assist!

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