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The SafeScraper® TWIST provides an easy method for harvesting autogenous cortical bone, for use in grafted sites with a minimally invasive technique.
Its curved tip facilitates easy access to donor sites which makes The SafeScraper® TWIST the ideal device for both minor and major harvesting procedures. This manual harvesting technique allows the graft to retain cell viability, which is essential for graft integration.1,2 The collected bone shavings are mixed with blood, which can be combined with Geistlich Bio-Oss® or Geistlich Bio-Oss Collagen® to ensure volume preservation.
The SafeScraper TWIST Product Information
3 Pack: 1 Sterile disposable scraper per package
160˚ Cutting blade
Transparent collection chamber capacity: 2.5 cc
Curled shaving morphology: mean length 1.3 mm, ranging between 150 and 250 μm
3-year shelf life
Minimally Invasive with Maximum Access
Accelerates harvesting time
Excellent control during the harvesting procedure
Effective on any bone surface (plane, concave, convex)
Collects bone shavings of appropriate size and thickness for graft integration
Bone shavings contain well-preserved bone cells, particularly osteocytes, osteoblasts, osteoclasts and osteoprogenitor cells1,2
Horizontal Augmentation Combining a 1:1 Ratio of Geistlich Bio-Oss® and Autogenous Bone with Geistlich Bio-Gide®
Case Courtesy of Prof. Dr. Robert Carvalho da Silva, Prof. Dr. Paulo Fernando Mesquita and Prof. Dr. Julio Cesar Joly (Brazil)