Soft Tissue Therapy


Regeneration of soft tissue is becoming increasingly important to ensure that oral function and esthetics are in harmony. Conventional soft tissue reconstruction techniques such as free mucosa and connective tissue grafts are painful from the patient's point of view and technically complex for the operator, requiring considerable extra time per operation.

Achievement of gingiva regeneration poses a substantial challenge for dental aesthetics and periodontal disease repair, but product solutions of a real bioactive and gingival regeneration scaffold are seldom. Cell behaviors can be affected by multiple kinds of bioactive signals; thus, it is important to explore the effects of the chemical and topological signals of the scaffold on the behavior of human gingival fibroblasts (HGFs). The synergetic effect of the chemical and topological scaffold signals is beneficial to gingival regeneration.



Ideal alternatives can be products from the Sinoss range such as SinossFleece and SinossMem Seal. These solutions offer many advantages over autogenous grafts:

less pain
lower morbidity
shorter treatment time
natural recovery of native tissue
accelerated soft tissue healing

SinossFleece for treatments such as:

Recession coverage on teeth

Widening of keratinized tissue around teeth or implants

SinossMem Seal and SinossMem AlveolarRepair for treatments such as:

Socket sealing in the management of extracted alveoli.

SinossFleece and SinossMem Seal and SinossMem AlveolarRepair and SinossProtect Plus are alternatives also to autogenous grafts within soft tissue regeneration.


































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