Natural Cancellous bone
THE Graft is a natural, mineralized bone graft substitute derived from deproteinized porcine cancellous bone and is structurally similar to human tissue.1,2
THE Graft has a high level of porosity combined with the naturally occurring interconnectivity of cancellous bone.3
Optimal Volume Retention
The natural structure of porcine cancellous bone ensures the stabilization of the defect and improves bone regeneration.4

Increased Efficiency
High porosity and early remodeling improves clinical performance.3


Safe & Biocompatible
The combination of porcine origin and an efficient treatment process offers an optimized safety and biocompatibility profile.3
Due to the proprietary manufacturing process, potential immunogenic organic elements are removed while the native material structure is maintained.



• Ridge preservation
• Extraction site repair
• Sinus lift procedures
• Ridge augmentation
• Osseous defects
• Periodontal defects


250-1000μ granule size
0.25g, 0.5g, 1.0g, 2.0g and 5.0g
1000-2000μ granule size
0.5g, 1.0g and 2.0g

250-1000μ granule size
0.25cc, 0.5cc and 1.0cc
1000-2000μ granule size
0.25cc, 0.5cc and 1.0cc

1. Pearce A, Richards RG, Milz S, Schneider E, Pearce SG. Animal models for implant biomaterial research in bone: a review. European Cells and Materials 2007;13:1-10.
2. Figueiredo M, Fernando A, Martins G, Freitas J, Judas F, Figueiredo H. Effect of the calcination temperature on the composition and microstructure of hydroxyapatite derived from human and animal bone. Ceramics International 2010;36:2383-2393.
3. Internal test results PURGO, data on file.
4. Lee J-H, Lee E-U, Zhang M-L, Lim H-C, Lim Y-T, Lee J-S, Jung U-W, Choi S-H. Bone regeneration capacity of porcine cancellous bone and porcine-based collagen membrane in rabbit calvarial defects. Biomater. Res. 2013;17(4):160-167.
5. Vanis S, Rheinbach O, Klawonn A, Prymak O, Epple M. Numerical computation of the porosity of bone substitution materials from synthrotron micro computer tomographic data. Mat.-wiss. U. Werkstofftech. 2006;37(6):469-473.