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How To Pick the Right Particle Size of Allograft for Oral Surgery - A Guide

In the realm of bone formation and support, the choice between different particle sizes in bone substitutes holds significant importance.

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Large vs. Small Particles

Consider your bones as the essential building blocks of your body's structure. When selecting bone substitutes, the size of the particles plays a pivotal role.

Larger Particles: Strength and Resilience

Larger particles resemble robust bricks that withstand wear and tear exceptionally well. They exhibit impressive mechanical resistance, reducing the risk of premature chemical dissolution. This stability ensures their presence throughout bone formation, offering essential support to osteoblasts—the cells responsible for new bone tissue generation. With larger particles, we minimize the chances of defects or insufficient bone growth.

Smaller Particles: Speed and Adaptability

Now, let's shift our focus to smaller particles. Think of them as nimble sculptors, highly adaptable and quick to dissolve. They expedite the bone formation process, reducing the overall time required.

Vitality Bone™ Particulate Allograft: Achieving the Perfect Balance

The key to the success of Vitality Bone™ Particulate Allograft Bone Graft Material lies in striking a precise balance. Our USA made formulation is FDA and AATB approved and comprised of particles ranging from 500 to 1000 microns in size. This meticulous sizing ensures superior bone formation quality while maintaining a turnover period of approximately 4 months. It's an optimal solution. Vitality Bone™ Particulate Allograft skillfully balances strength and speed, offering the best of both worlds. 

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