Break Through Technology in Bone Grafting!
FORTIGEN-P is the first of its kind; an enhanced bone graft with BMP-like technology.
FORTIGEN-P is real bone allograft (Orthomix®), with a proprietary surface modification that delivers enhanced osteoinductivity, robust healing, and a powerful and effective alternative to BMP-2. It has been developed and tested over the past 3 years and the surgical successes in extremely complicated cases are nothing short of amazing (see case studies below). FORTIGEN-P surface modifications have been shown to result in responses in vitro that are comparable to BMP-2. In clinical cases, healing times and outcomes are comparable to those found with BMP-2. The safety profile for FORTIGEN-P is superior to that reported for BMP-2, because the signal stays with the graft facilitating bone formation locally.
FORTIGEN-P can be used in a wide variety of surgical applications – including periodontic, orthopedic, neurosurgical, and other reconstructive surgeries. It may used by itself, or in combination with autograft, additives (such as PRP, antibiotics, or bone marrow), or other implants.
The packaging and dosages are intended for use in one patient on a single occasion only. The volume or type of graft necessary for any surgical procedure depends on surgeon preference and varies with the size & type of defect.
FORTIGEN-P is stored at room temperature, and is packaged in a sealed moisture vapor barrier pouch and protected by an outer peel pack layer.
- fracture repair
- bony void filling
- bone fusion
- repair of non- or mal-union
- periodontal/infrabony defects
- ridge augmentation
- extraction sites
- cystic cavities
- or anywhere bone graft is needed
FORTIGEN-P is Powerful, effective, and the most advanced state-of-the-art graft material available.
- Engineered to Compete with BMP-2
Powerful, localized bone healing
- Augmented Osteoinductive Healing
Surface modifications enhance intrinsic bone growth factor action
Nature’s perfect scaffold
- The Future of Bone Grafting
Suitable for use wherever bone graft is needed