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Expensive Capital Equipment, Fast and Simple to Use

The OsseoPrint 3D technology is based on sophisticated hardware (printer) and software that receives as an input a Diacom MRI scan and then produces the appropriate inputs for the 3D printer to initiate the process and create a recipe- driven scaffold for bone grafting. 

Expensive Capital Equipment, Fast and Simple to Use

Our 3D printer is built as a sterile machine that is completely compliant with current infection/sterilization protocols.  Although OsseoPrint 3D has developed a platform technology that can be used in multiple micro-graft solutions, the first target is dental implants which the company will address via a 510K pathway with predicate identified.

OsseoPrint 3D’s is targeted to be a 15-minute print time, including the time that the surgeon loads the scaffold with their preferred osseo-integrating compound.  Software identifies important anatomical structures and suggests the fixation screw placement to avoid Inferior alveolar nerve, mental Foramen, Sinus – lowering medical malpractice potential.

Strong IP Position

OsseoPrint 3D has pending patents, both in the U.S. and in select major countries around the globe. Protection is broad. Fundamental claims related to the use of the 3D printer are in place until 2036. A freedom to operate opinion is in process by a leading law firm and the ability to broaden our patent protection is significant.

Our 3D printer is built as a sterile machine that is completely compliant with current infection/sterilization protocols.  Although OsseoPrint 3D has developed a platform technology that can be used in multiple micro-graft solutions, the first target is dental implants which the company will address via a 510K pathway with predicate identified.

Regulatory & Reimbursement

Cost savings and  heightened margin potential situations:

  • Time Savings of at least 1 hour per procedure. (equates to savings of $1000 - very conservative estimate.)

  • No Membrane Required. (equates to savings $200 per procedure.) 

  • Zero Waste Precise Volumetric Graft Loading (equates to savings of $300 per/cc) 

  • Decrease the number of fixation Screws (savings of 2-4 screws - $40/ each screw)

  • No need for block graft.  (equates to savings of $527 - medium size block)

  • No need for Bone Tacks (equates to savings of 2-4 tacks at $11 each)

Mechanism to perform in the office

 

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Simplifies pre-surgical planning.

Model surgery is done on the computer screen. No need to create physical models, articulate, or do surgery on models.

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Reduces preoperative planning.

Graft created intraoperatively, while patient is getting numb.

 
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Saves surgical time and removes need to abort surgery.

If sterility or integrity is compromised a new graft can be created in 15 minutes.
 

 

Customizable. 

The surgeon chooses his preferred allograft, autograft, xenograft, antibiotic, bone growth stimulating agents to impregnate the graft with.  

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Instantaneous. 

15-minute print time.  Surgeon Loads Scaffold with Their Preferred Osseo Integrating Compound 

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Eliminates costly components.

No need for membrane placement, tack placement, reduces number of screws placed.  Simplifies selecting the fixation screw(s) positioned during surgery.

 
 
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Ease of surgery.

No need to stabilize the graft while placing pilot holes for fixation screws - pilot holes preprinted in the scaffold - graft intimately fits into the defect.

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Automatization.

Precision and Ease of handling the graft.  Graft fits into the defect precisely and does not move during fixation. No need to manually shape the graft during surgery.