Demineralized Bone Matrix

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Demineralized Bone Matrix (DBM) is produced from ground cortical bone and contains osteoinductive proteins. It is intended to be used to fill bone defects and cavities.

The increased activity of DBM is assumed to be attributed to the osteoinductive proteins activity.

DBM can be used to augment autologous cancellous or corticocancellous grafts.

It may also be an alternative for a patient who has no autologous bone available for use as a graft or for a patient who does not wish to undergo an extensive open procedure or for whom open procedure carries a very high risk.

For further information, please refer to our Catalog.


Common use of Demineralized Bone Matrix

  • Cranio-facial surgery
  • Spinal fusion
  • Hand and foot surgery
  • Fracture repair
  • Joint reconstruction

See an overview of the common use of bone graft products: click here


Case Studies

These Case Studies (D1, D2 and D3) introduce the treatment using DBM and the postoperative results in patients presenting back pain, lumbar scoliosis and lumbar radiculopathy.
Those cases demonstrate the potential for use of DBM as a bone graft substitute: after few months, the use of DBM demonstrate that spine fusion is safe and effective.



  • Easy to use and quick to prepare (rehydrated in 5 minutes)
  • Safe, sterilized by gamma irradiation
  • Donor tissue recovered, processed and distributed by TBI/Tissue Banks International National Processing Center (an AATB-accredited tissue bank). Download Tissue Bank Licenses: California, Florida, Maryland, and New York.













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