Clinical Applications of Titanium Mesh

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titanium mesh is a titanium graft that can be used in a variety of bone augmentation and defect repair procedures. It provides a durable and stable framework for bone regeneration, with good mechanical properties and close elastic modulus to cortical bone.

Clinical applications of titanium mesh are diverse and may include guided bone regeneration (GBR), sinus lifts, and alveolar ridge augmentation. GBR with titanium mesh is an effective and safe procedure that can restore bone defects in alveolar ridges. Despite its success, GBR with titanium mesh is often associated with soft tissue dehiscence and membrane exposure. This can be avoided by optimizing the covering and fixing methods for the titanium mesh and using the right bone graft material, thereby improving implant survival rates.

Thickening and sizing of the titanium mesh have an impact on its strength, blood supply, and bone regeneration. Moreover, the size of the pore in the mesh also affects its porosity. This is a critical factor for maintaining the cellular integrity of the mesh, as well as providing a good blood supply to the bone and promoting osteogenesis.

The permeability of the barrier plays an important role in angiogenesis, as it is an excellent site for the entry and exit of periosteal angiogenesis. However, a pore that is too large results in less augmented bone and increased soft tissue dehiscence. Consequently, micropore-sized titanium mesh is the most appropriate for a mechanical barrier in VRA.

Cytoflex(r) titanium mesh is a flexible and highly durable material that can be custom shaped to meet specific patient needs. The material is compatible with tacks and screws, ensuring reliable and predictable bone augmentation outcomes.